Learning photography is definitely easier than it was twenty years ago, and that's probably one of the reasons why it's so popular. There are a lot of ways you can learn the theoretical part of photography, ranging from art school to YouTube tutorials.
We believe, however, that the learning process should be educational, but also fun. That's why one of our favorite ways of learning and mastering photography is something that can fit in your pocket.
LightBox Photography cards are a revolutionary way to learn the basics of photography, and a way for advanced amateurs to get better at it. What you get is a deck of 52 cards, each with a different assignment. It's like having a photography teacher giving you homework, in a far more friendly way. Under each photography challenge, there is a description that explains the concept in detail. Some of these tasks are designed to be easier to complete - something beginners will find very helpful. Others will push the boundaries of your creativity and test your skills and talent.
(Success Tip:Take better photos with this simple deck of cards)
It's up to you how long it takes to complete each assignment. Some will take a few hours; others could have you shooting for days.
If you're already a master in photography techniques, these cards will be great whenever you fall into a creative rut. I'm sure most of you know how that feels and how hard it is to get out of it. These cards are tried and tested and they get the job done much faster than it would "normally" take to break the spell of a creative slump.
In the near future, there's going to be a powerful social media aspect to this project, that will allow you to see how other photographers approach assignments. You'll also be able to share your own work with others.
There's no guarantee that these cards will make you a good photographer, but not even art school can guarantee that. One thing's for sure: they're easy to learn with and fun, and for that, they have our highest recommendation.
Learn more details about the LightBox Photography cards here.