DEAL: 25% Off Trey Ratcliff's 'Discover the Art of Photography' Online Course

DEAL: 25% Off Trey Ratcliff’s ‘Discover the Art of Photography’ Online Course

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NewImageThis week over at our sister site – SnapnDeals – we have a great deal running where you can get 25% off Trey Ratcliff’s ‘Discover the Art of Photography’ video course.

Trey Ratcliff is one of the world’s best known photographers on social media and via his blog StuckinCustoms. He specialises in HDR photography and was the first photographer to have a HDR photograph hung in the Smithsonian.

In this four part course Trey shares some great information on the basic elements of photography. The episodes covered are:

EPISODE 1 – GETTING STARTED (30 mins)

  • Introduction to photography
  • Learning through curiosity and discovery
  • Setting up your camera
  • Taking your first photo
  • Editing your photo with Adobe Lightroom

EPISODE 2 – PHOTO COMPOSITION (40 mins)

  • Challenging the traditional teachings on composition
  • Live example: Composing a landscape photo
  • Live example: Composing a photo with people
  • Editing the landscape and people photos
  • Review examples of many different compositions

EPISODE 3 – FINDING YOUR OWN STYLE (60 mins)

  • Discovering your unique path to your own art
  • Live examples: Photos in a park and a candy shop
  • Reviewing examples of small-object composition
  • More advanced techniques using Adobe Lightroom

EPISODE 4 – PHOTO EDITING (34 mins)

  • Moving past the learning curve of post processing
  • Sharing your photos with others online
  • Playing with Adobe Photoshop
  • Tips & Tricks with Adobe Photoshop
  • Introduction to HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography

Get 25% off this course for the next 4 days only on SnapnDeals.

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Darren Rowse is the editor and founder of Digital Photography School and SnapnDeals. He lives in Melbourne Australia and is also the editor of the ProBlogger Blog Tips. Follow him on Instagram, on Twitter at @digitalPS or on Google+.