Although it was more then 10 years ago I still remember the day when I borrowed my fathers point and shot camera for that upcoming vacation.
Ever since that day I can’t stop taking pictures. It’s the ability to preserve memories by freezing the moment and showing the beautiful nature around us that keeps me motivated.
During the years I’ve gained a lot of experience in landscape photography. It’s taken many years and included countless hours studying photography books, watching YouTube videos and learning from mistakes in the field. Still it’s been a great experience that I recommend anyone to try.
It’s a great feeling knowing you’ve gained all this experience yourself. At the same time I know that my learning could have gone much faster had I taken a photography course. It would have saved me countless of hours trying to figure things out on my own.
That’s why I would gladly like to help other landscape photographers.
Maybe you feel that those camera manuals are so complicated and boring?
Or are you feeling frustrated with your camera? Too many dials to push and why does your photos not come out the same way as you experienced it on site?
There's no greater satisfaction in having the confidence to know that you can constantly take great photos.
P.S A great resource to get you started is my FREE e-book that will guide you through 13 steps of how to improve your landscape photography. All you have to do it click the link, add your email address and the e-book will be send to you free of charge.
Wish you all the best,