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Easily one of the most beautiful (and most popular) photo subjects is photographing sunsets. Go to:

How To Shoot Breathtaking Sunset Photos!

to get a free e-book that tells you EVERYTHING you need to know to get inspiring sunset photos that will rival those of the best professionals!

Ever wondered what it is like to travel with a National Geographic photographer on assignment?

In 2013, the mentor of our Travel Photography Scholarship, National Geographic photographer Jason Edwards, and mentee Divya Agrawal, travelled to Greenland to capture its harsh environment and mysterious surroundings.

In this video, we hear from both Jason and Divya as they tell us how to square up against the elements for the perfect shot!

For more about World Nomads scholarships, click this link:

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I’ve been building this site with one goal in mind… to become THE authority website in the photography world! As of this writing there are almost 600 articles and videos on the site itself, and the newsletter has about 200 daily photo tips you can use to experiment with and make your photos better. Anything you could ever want to know about photography is there! (Or soon will be!)

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By the way, this isn’t some junky throwaway book. It is 132 pages of detailed photo instruction that about 150 people PAID for during just 1 week last month! You can get it FREE! Just go to the website, skim through the first article and then at the bottom of the page, sign up for the newsletter – you’ll then be asked to confirm your subscription. Click the confirm link and you’ll be sent the first daily tip including a link to the book… It couldn’t be easier!

Photography Masterclass


How To Quickly Learn Everything You Need To Create Amazing Photographs

Bad Photos Are Not Your Fault

  • Do you own a DSLR camera but take mediocre photographs – a sign that you lack the skill and confidence to get the best results?
  • Have you thought about upgrading your equipment, believing that will improve your photos?
  • Are you lost when it comes to exposure, aperture, ISO/ASA, depth of field, lighting, lenses, filters, post-production and other difficult concepts?
  • Do you still have questions or feel overwhelmed after reading blogs, forums, books, and tutorials?
  • Have you thought about taking photography classes – but want to save time and money?
  • Do you think you’re not ready to be a professional – a mindset that you must overcome to succeed, get recognized, and sell your own photos?

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Just Imagine Being Able To…

    • Choose the right DSLR on a budget and still get all the desired features

    • Properly hold a DSLR and stop looking like a complete idiot out in the field

    • Stop taking boring photos that nobody cares about and start taking creative, memorable photos worth sharing and selling

    • GET CRISP, CLEAR SHOTS when photographing anything, including people, objects, skies and landscapes

    • Avoid the 6 common beginner mistakes of COMPOSITION and easily create brilliant images instead

    • Finally grasp a complete understanding of Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO for total control over MOTION and DEPTH OF FIELD

    • Learn the “secret” time of day when most professional photos are shot

    • Understand Exposure and Metering so pictures won’t be too bright or too dark, but “just right”

    • Properly select camera WHITE-BALANCE and stop worrying about photos coming out too orange or having incorrect, ugly colors

    • Select the BEST LENSES to create appropriate, proportional, non-distorted, aesthetically pleasing images… no matter the situation

    • Take JAW-DROPPING panoramic shots

    • Use FOCUS correctly and know what focus points to avoid in a scene

    • Choose the BEST EQUIPMENT, including flash, filters, camera bag, tripod, tripod head, batteries, battery recharger, strap, camera mount, and memory cards

    • Use external FLASH to control motion, remove red-eye, add drama, and give your images an edgy, high-class, professional look…

    • Use FILTERS to control light coming through the lens, remove glare, and even make the colors in a scene appear more saturated

    • Get NATURAL HDR shots that don’t look fake or “over-done”

    • Correctly decide when to use a TRIPOD – and know when it’s dumb to use one

    • Capture sharp, correctly exposed photos in LOW-LIGHT SITUATIONS… with no motion blur or noise

    • Take stunning photographs at NIGHT with or without using a flash or tripod

    • Know where to put LIGHTS in relation to your subject/model and how to control the mood of portrait photos

    • Choose effective LIGHT MODIFIERS, including umbrellas, soft boxes, beauty dishes and grids to establish the mood of the image (do you want the light to be dark, dramatic and shadowy? Soft and pleasing? Bright and happy? Do you want soft pools of background light? When would you want light to create texture across surfaces, and when wouldn’t you?)

    • Know how to select a SOFTWARE package that fits your needs and budget

    • Correctly EDIT IMAGES in post-production using Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom and Adobe® Photoshop® software

    • And much, much more…

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