Learn & Master Photography will make a photographer of you!

Cameras are everywhere…even in our phones! But most people are frustrated with the images they capture. Even with an expensive camera, it’s what goes on behind that camera that determines a great picture. Once you learn and apply the right skills, your images will never again be blurry, too dark, too light, dull, crowded, lifeless and powerless!

Learn & Master Photography will teach you all you need to know in order to capture perfectly exposed, well composed, emotionally exciting images. Professional photographer, Vince Wallace, has designed each interactive lesson to give you a solid foundation as well as the real “tricks of the trade” that make for excellent imagery. Learn & Master Photography contains over 30 hours of instruction in 24 sessions on 15 professionally produced instructional DVDs, 2 photography sample CDs (containing editable hi-res images used in the course sessions), a thorough Lesson Book that follows the sessions, and access to the free online student support site. It is the only instructional package you’ll ever need to master the art of photography. After completing this course, you’ll see the world through the eye and lens of the photographer.

Most everyone who picks up a camera experiences the common frustrations of the beginning photographer: Out of focus, improper exposure, dull images, and poor composition. When you study with Vince Wallace, you’ll be taken step-by-step through a well-planned course of video sessions, starting from a beginning skill level—and proceeding into advanced techniques used by professional photographers. You’ll no longer be confused by your camera’s thick manual. You’ll learn how to create breathtaking landscapes, capture the motion everywhere around you, and portray human portraits with splendid emotion.

By the end of the course, you’ll understand how to create the illusion of three dimensions, compose your pictures so they are never crowded or confused, and take studio-quality shots of your children with your own camera. Many sessions include assignments that apply the skills you just learned.

Been taking pictures for a while? That’s ok. You quickly review the basics (you might be surprised at what you didn’t know). You’ll then move into the more advanced training on balancing light exposure, aperture, and ISO settings. No other course covers all you’ll find here. You’ll learn artistic and design elements, color theory, how to capture movement, and all about the different types of lenses.

Since this is well-illustrated video based instruction you won’t ever be lost or confused like mere printed material can leave you. And unlike online instruction, you’ll be able to study these sessions anywhere you have a DVD setup. Learn & Master Photography is the perfect solution for learning how to take great photos—you’ll be surprised and delighted at the images you produce with this course!

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