NEW: The Definitive Course for Composing & Capturing
Breathtaking Travel Photos
...Wherever You Are In The World
If you’ve ever dreamed of taking photos that could grace the pages of National Geographic, this will be the most important page you’ll read today.
There are photographers, and then there are travel photographers.
To be a great travel photographer, you have to learn how to see the world like one.
And great travel photographers think differently.
They’re a special group of photographers because they deal with circumstances other photographers don’t.
One: they have to be on the go with a Spartan set of tools.
Their ‘travel bag’ has to include only the most essential pieces of equipment. They aren’t spoiled with lenses they may (or may not) use… or tripods that are too big.
Two: they have to be adaptable to any setting or scene.
They can’t get too comfortable shooting the same subject. This means their skills have to be developed to deal with any subject, setting or scene.
...and they certainly can’t rely on a “stroke of luck” to get good shots.
MOST IMPORTANTLY… They know how to “turn on” great photography!
You see, they may only have a day or two in one spot.
Many of the travel photographers in the PhotographyTalk community jump from place-to-place… so they have to rely on a set of finely sharpened skills to get the shots they need quickly.
They need to be able to ‘tap into’ trusted strategies that deliver results.
You May Be Wondering...How DO They Do That?!
That’s What You’re Going to Discover… The Industry-Changing Tricks of the Trade for Truly Great Travel Photography
There’s no worse feeling than standing in front of the most beautiful sunset on a tropical island - and not being able to capture it.
There’s no better feeling than pointing your lens up and pressing ‘click’ on a shot you know will take your breath away.
The fact is, most photographers have some sort of system for taking great shots.
It’s usually a system that they’ve developed over years of experience behind the lens - and eventually it becomes second-nature.
But very few have a proven set of steps that let them turn ordinary scenes into extraordinary photographs.
In any setting, in any place and with any camera.
They rely on ‘luck’, or they spend hours shooting, just to return with a whole pile of bad shots.
That’s where the PhotographyTalk Travel Photography Mastery course comes in.
As a Travel Photographer trained in the best tips in the industry, you’ll know how to line up shots that will capture the exact emotion you want to...
You’ll rely on a proven, expert used set of steps that help you get perfect shots every time you go out to shoot.
Because if you can do that...if you can understand composition, channel exposure, choose gear that takes better pictures… you will have cracked the code to great travel photography.
You will learn the single most valuable skill any photographer can ever possess: The ability to capture great shots anytime they want to.
And that's exactly what you're going to be able to do after you complete this course...
Great Travel Photography Starts Here
How to plan your travel photography trip: whether you’re a veteran traveller or a
first-timer, this simple planning guide keeps you on trackHow to determine if you need a full
frame, crop sensor, or mirrorless camera body.
What An Experienced Photographer Does to Find The Best ‘Spots’ in Any City: simple ways
to discover the places you must shoot (It’s NOT just about Googling it!)Building your kit with
helpful accessories, like tripods, flashes, filters, and cleaning tools.
How to Develop A Shot List that won’t let any scene slip through the cracks… (spontaneous
shooting is fun, but it doesn’t mean you’ll walk away with great shots in your pocket every
time…)How to engage with locals and building portrait photography skills for breathtaking
- The Expert’s Tips that determine if you need a full frame, crop sensor, or mirrorless camera body (ignore them at your own loss!)
- How To Select A Lense That Hits the 3 Travel Musts: fast, lightweight, and versatile -- and there’s not a ton of them!
- How to Engage with Locals and Build Portrait Photography Shots
- Developing an understanding of light, including critical camera settings for getting a well-exposed image.
- Creating stunning landscape photos of your travels using tried-and-true landscape photography techniques.
- Understanding how perspective and lighting impacts architecture photography.
- What to include in your night photography kit and critical technical tips for long exposures
- How to create beautiful minimalist images of people, places, and things you encounter on your travels
- Developing an understanding of black and white photography, from technical considerations to artistic expression
- Becoming a storyteller with your photos by showing relationships, moods, and emotions in your images
- Improving your travel photography workflow with easy planning and editing tips
- Protecting yourself while traveling by developing a clear understanding of the legalities of photography
In short, our Travel Photography Master Course is a one-stop shop that will teach you how to plan and implement your trip, take high-impact photos of virtually any subject, and do so in a way that is fun, respectful of the places you visit, and keeps you safe at the same time.
By joining the PhotographyTalk Travel Photography Master Course, you will gain solid knowledge of travel photography topics…. in addition to acquiring new photography skills that will allow you to create photographs that are more impactful and compelling.
So, the question really comes down to this:
Are you a traveler that takes so-so photos or are you a bonafide travel photographer?
You might be wondering, “How can I be a great travel photographer if I’m not a professional?”
Well, the answer to that is quite simple - it doesn’t matter if you’re a professional photographer or an amateur.
What matters is what you know and how you go about using the knowledge and skills you have to make eye-catching travel photos.
That’s why we built this Travel Photography Master Course. We want any photographer to feel empowered to travel and photograph the beauty of this world with the utmost confidence!
- 14 core modules with detailed lessons on everything from planning your trip to building your kit to compositional tips and tricks that will help you create gorgeous images no matter the subject.
- 14 assignments that get you engaged in the content you’re learning so you can put your understanding of the material to the test.
- Dozens of incredible images to inspire your creativity and demonstrate the kind of photos you can create when you utilize the knowledge and skills you acquire in the course.
Who should take this course?
Why should you take this course?
Unlike most people that simply point and shoot as they travel, you’ll have the knowledge and skills to compose images of people, landscapes, and architecture, long exposures, black and white photos, and minimalist images as well.
You’ll also have a better understanding of the types of gear that can be used for travel photography, from large full frame cameras to small mirrorless systems and the differences between them.
What’s more, you’ll develop an appreciation for the various lenses used by many travel photographers and the pros and cons of each.
But it isn’t just about being informed and making the right gear choices - it’s also about the artistic aspects of travel photography that escape so many photographers.
That’s why we’ve included seven modules in the Travel Photography Master Course that focus entirely on specific travel photography subjects.
We drill down to the methods that will help you tell intimate visual stories of your travels, featuring the people, places, and events you encounter along the way, with stunning sample images that are sure to get your creative juices flowing.
Complete Travel Master Photography Course Details
Lesson 1: How to Plan Your Travel Photography Trip
Lesson 2: Building the Perfect Travel Photography Kit - Selecting a Camera
Lesson 3: Building the Perfect Travel Photography Kit - Choosing Lenses
Lesson 4: Building the Perfect Travel Photography Kit
Lesson 5: Critical Travel Photography Tips for Lighting and Exposure
Lesson 6: Photographing People When You're Traveling
Lesson 7: Travel Photography Tips for Landscapes
Lesson 8: How to Get Architecture Photography Just Right While Traveling
Lesson 9: Tips for Travel Photography at Night
Lesson 10: Less is More - Minimalist Travel Photography
Lesson 11: How to Master Black & White Travel Photography
Lesson 12: Telling a Story With Your Travel Photos
Lesson 13: Quick & Easy Travel Photography Workflow
Lesson 14: Important Legalities of Travel Photography
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How will this course benefit me?
A: This course focuses on specific knowledge and skills related to travel photography. By completing this course, we are confident that you will have improved abilities to plan and implement a photography trip, to make the appropriate choices for the gear you’ll need on your trip, compose beautiful images that are eye-catching, and do so in a way that keeps you safe and on the right side of the law.
Q: Do I have to complete the course in sequence?
A: No, certainly not! You can pick and choose which modules you complete and in what order. If you feel like you have certain concepts down, feel free to tackle a different lesson.
Q: How long does it take to complete the course?
A: There is no time limit - you can take as little or as much time as you need. The important thing is to work at your own pace so that you can absorb all the knowledge and skills the course has to offer.
Q: How difficult and time consuming are the assignments?
A: The assignments are not intended to be overly difficult. Rather, they are designed to give you an opportunity to put what you’ve learned to the test in the real world. Some lessons might only take a few minutes; others might take a few hours.
Being a Better Travel Photographer Starts Here!
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