Last month’s challenge on the Online Photo Class was “Slow Photos.”
Members were asked to shoot at slow shutter speeds of 1 second or longer. That’s tough – just try it! Much of the time it’s hard to even shoot at one second because there’s too much light.
Members, as usual, wow-ed me with their creative ideas. They took the info and lessons I presented in the weekly material sent via email, web and private Facebook forum and created some beauty!
Better photos through the Online Photo Program! © Don Douglas
Online photo members enjoyed it, too!
“I’m not sure why it took me so long to come aboard, I knew about this ages ago. I was certainly in a funk with photography and now feel inspired to shoot again.
I enjoyed the informative critique video very much and learned a lot through that review and exercise. I’m glad I signed up for this online program. Look forward to more…”
Slow photography - Online Photo Class!
“I had a couple of main goals when I signed up – have fun, actually get out and shoot, enjoy the process.
So far all of these goals have been fully met… I have been out shooting more in the last two months than in the year before that!”
“Once again a fun challenge with lots of learnings. I particularly enjoyed experimenting with light painting.”
Join us for “Fast Photos” in May.
Slow photo challenge - © Allan Cameron
- © Ismail – Online Photo Program
This summer we started our online photography program for people wanting to learn at their own pace, from anywhere via the internet.
© Beaumont - Online Photo Class - HarryNowell.com/memberships
We developed the ongoing, online course – members register and receive instruction, inspiration and critique throughout the month. The summer is an introductory program with the fully featured sessions starting in the fall.
© Furry - Online Photo Course - HarryNowell.com/memberships
In June we pitched the ideas of self portraits with tips, ideas and inspiration to help members push their limits, overcome shyness and develop ideas to make their photos smile. Self portrait was defined as a photo of you or about you. We sent out the critique session video last week. I was impressed and so were members. A few member photo’s self portraits are attached.
What do you think?!
Online Photography Program – © Bressan
July’s session starts soon. We pitch a new challenge to get creative photo brains working and smiling. See what we can do for you! You can join the fun by registering online at the bottom of the photo memberships page.
- © Kreiss – Online Photo Course @HarryNowell.com