Video Workshop - How to Create Amazing Flower Photos Using Any Camera
In my new "How to Create Amazing Flower Photos Using Any Camera" video course, I show you step-by-step how to use any camera that you already own to create amazing flower photos.
I share several low-cost insider tips that the pros don't want you to know. These techniques will dramatically improve your flower photographs.
In the 26 minute HD video workshop, I include 23 specific tips that will transform your flower photography. I demonstrate the methods using an iPhone, entry level DSLR, and a mid-level DSLR camera.
Using common everyday items, not specific to photography, I show you how to shape and control light, understand which conditions are best for creating high-quality images, and all requiring very little money and time to master.
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GET STARTED NOW for only $29 USD. You get immediate access to all of the course content and you can choose to download it or stream it online.
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