As a way of saying “thanks” to my subscribers, who inspired him to create this course, Brent is offering you a huge discount, but only for a limited time.
So if you’ve ever dreamed of making a living from your photography, grab this course now. Even if you’re not ready to launch your photography business yet, you get lifetime access to this training, so you’ll find it waiting for you when you’re ready.
I hope you find it as helpful and inspiring as I did!
P.S. What’s also great is that Brent will share a portion of any sales from that link to help me create more free tutorials for you.
Here are five things I wish I had known about focus when I started shooting with a DSLR. Maybe I can save you from having to learn them the hard way like I did.
For those of you interested in how these videos are created, this video was recorded on the Canon 5D Mark II using a Sennheiser wireless microphone. This is a big step up from my previous videos which used a Kodak Zi8 with a wired Audio-Technia mic. The new rig costs 20 times as much as the old rig, but I think the improvement in quality is quite apparent.
CLICK TO ENLARGE --- Bliss Dance, sculpture by Lloyd Taylor
Some people think of photographic post-production (especially if the word “Photoshop” is used) as synonymous with trickery—as an underhanded way of creating something fake, of “doctoring” a photo, like some supermarket tabloid cover featuring Gary Coleman partying in a hot tub with an extra-terrestrial. Sure, you can do that with Photoshop.
But for most of us photographers, post-production is not some diabolical plot to create something fake, but a useful tool to help us re-create what we saw in reality but were unable to capture in the camera. Or sometimes what we saw in our mind’s eye as the potential shot, if not for the unfortunate accidents of poor weather, bad lighting, or fat tourists.
It’s a tool to help re-create the shot that should have been. (more…)