Accelerate Your Photo Learning

Girl from dancing troupe photographed in the Dominican Republic. Shot on film without any filters, flash or Photoshop effects. I can teach you the basics I knew when I shot this photo at age 19. Photography works best when your tools are simple. I can teach you everything you need to know to shoot great photos. Photo © Jeffrey Luke

Girl from dancing troupe photographed in the Dominican Republic. Shot on film without any filters, flash or Photoshop effects. I can teach you the basics I knew when I shot this photo at age 19. Photography works best when your tools are simple. I can teach you everything you need to know to shoot great photos. Photo © Jeffrey Luke

When people find out I’m a photographer they quickly tell me that they love photography too, but they only take pictures with their smartphones these days. Then they tell me that they own a DSLR but leave it at home because they haven’t read the manual, and don’t understand the controls. “One day I’m going to take a photo class to learn how to use that camera.”

Yet these same people, when I see them a year later, have never taken the class. What I notice is that people imagine that it takes a long time to learn to use a DSLR to take great photos. First they have to read the manual, then maybe take that class. Then there is all the time to practice. It could take ten years before you finally learn to take amazing photos. But what if you could accelerate your learning process? What if you could learn everything in one hour?

The photo above was easy to take. I was only 19 years old at the time, but I had been learning a lot about photography and my mentors were professional photographers who taught how to take great photos. In this book I share the most important concepts with you.

Photographers have an instinctive understanding of these concepts. In fact, when put to use they seem make photographers look like they have magic powers. The reason more people don’t know about them is that photographers don’t spent much time teaching amateurs, and don’t really know how to explain these important concepts so they can be easily grasped.

I’m good at explaining things in a simple way, and that’s why I wrote this book. If you don’t know the magic concepts to taking great photos why not learn from a photographer who is willing to share them with you?

Many of the books I read about cameras and photography are hundreds of pages long, and many people simply don’t have the time or patience to read a long book when what they really want is to learn quickly, especially when all you really want is to know enough to shoot great photos on your next vacation.

You may think mastering the controls on your DSLR will take a lot of time, but that’s not true. This book helps you learn the important factors quickly. I believe you can learn the important photo concepts in just 60 minutes.

If you want to learn the most important photo concepts to master your DSLR, check out "CAPTAIN OF YOUR CAMERA" available now on Amazon!

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