Tuesday, July 24, 2012
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TESTIMONIAL OF THE WEEK
"Camera Raw: From Capture to Finished Photo is packed with extremely useful information presented in a clear and accessible style. ... Charlotte Lowrie always provides timely and constructive feedback, and makes a sincere effort to respond to questions with very useful tips and insight. I strongly recommend this course!" -Kenneth J. Rhodes
CLASSES BEGIN AUG. 8 - ENROLL NOW AND GET STARTED WITH AN EARLY LESSON!
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Welcome to the 587th issue of SnapShot!
New title, same great course! Those words apply to William Neill's awesome 4-week online course, Creative Landscape Photography (formerly called "Inspiring Nature Photography"). Author of Outdoor Photographer magazine's popular "On Landscape" column, Bill shares the art of using quality of light, strong graphic design, and emotional elements in your work. The next course session begins August 8th, but if you sign up now, you can take advantage of an Early Lesson. ... In this issue of SnapShot, don't miss the work of three instructors - Rob Sheppard's Featured Article ("Composition: Get Out of the Middle!"), Deb Sandidge's Featured Blog ("Creativity with Photoshop Effects!") and my own Featured Blog ("Creative Close-ups"). ... That's it for now. Have fun with your photography!
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Updates From BetterPhoto
Getting out of the middle is the number one challenge that many photographers face, says BetterPhoto instructor Rob Sheppard. Whenever anything is centered - whether that is a flower, a bird or a horizon - the image is immediately restricted in its ability to affect a viewer (that is not to say one can never do a centered composition, but that needs to be very deliberate and carefully done). Read Rob's excellent article...
Summer is the perfect time to take a step back, relax, and take in the sunshine. And BetterPhoto instructor did just that one day, while following up with a striking photo that she later enhanced with creative effects. Read her blog ...
Macro photography is a great way to tune up your vision, get artsy with extreme close-ups, and have fun along the way. Whether you use a specialized lens or an accessory such as extension tubes, macro photography transports you into a world of intriguing details and eye-catching designs. Read Kerry Drager's article...
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