With so many tools available, you might think photography has become easier. But in some ways, it’s become much harder.
There’s so much to think about, now to make full use of all the tools and resources available to you. For example, if you haven’t yet mastered long exposure or still photography, you’re really missing out.
If only there were an easy way to add these skills to your repertoire.
Of course, you could acquire them through a slow process of trial and error. And there are courses and tutorials available, too. But tutorial videos won’t always meet your needs. Some give instructions that are just too vague. Others are outside your budget. And some others are just plain boring. What you really need is a practical step-by-step guide to the process that you can return to again and again.
Well, you’re in luck. Because that’s just what this long exposure & still photography video course has to offer!
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The Best Video Tutorials on Long Exposure
We are proud to present these amazing video tutorials on long exposure and still photography. The course comes in three clear, well organized parts.
Here are all the topics included.
Part 1: Algarve Wind Farm
In this part, you get the basic fundamentals of the process of creating a photograph with Long Exposure and Still Image.
Even a novice will have no trouble with this walk-through of the Algarve Wind Farm image as an example.
The only background you need is the ability to use Photoshop backgrounds and masks.
Part 2: Southern Strait Boats
This part takes you to the next level above the fundamentals.
It gives you a detailed demonstration of the technique of “pre-visioning” your Long Exposure and Still image.
The images of Southern Straits #1 and #2 are used as a hands-on demonstration of the process.
Part 3: Kite Surfers Image
This final part takes you to an advanced level. Beyond the basics, you will learn the skill set for capturing your artistic vision.
The Kite Surfers image is used as an example. This course requires knowledge of Photoshop masks and layers, as well as the basics of Long Exposure and Still Photography, acquired in the first two tutorials.
The Easiest and Best Way to Learn Long Exposure + Still Photography
Long exposure is becoming increasingly popular among photographers right now. But after a while, unless you learn new skills, every long exposure image begins to look the same.
The last thing you need is to go over the same ground again and again. With the skills learned in this course, you will have the confidence to try some different things with your next landscape or seascape.
The result will be photography that definitely stands out from the crowd. After all, no one is going to give a second glance to yet another beach scene or mountain view. There are so many of them! But with unparalleled skill in long exposure and still photography, you can produce images that will definitely get a second look.
For one thing, this is the only video tutorial for photographers which teaches the art of “pre-visioning.” The idea is that you have a road map to follow, a goal in mind, a direction. Of course, you are always free to change the plan in the name of creativity. But having a plan before you start makes a huge difference. Also, this is the best hands-on instruction guide you’ll find for using Photoshop effectively. These are not just vague instructions. They are practical, step-by-step walk-throughs of the entire process.
Best of all, your instructor Sharon Tenenbaum will take you through her own process in an engaging and personable way that’s anything but boring. You will feel like you’re learning right along with her! And there’s no time like the present to purchase this one-of-a-kind video course. Because we are presently offering this deal for a one-time cost of just $29. That’s all three videos, plus accompanying Ebook, for a one-time cost that’s $20 less than its regular selling price.
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