Advanced Photography 1-2-1 Course usually 3 or 4 days (especially to order)

Advanced Photography 1-2-1 Course usually 3 or 4 days (especially to order) from Eclipse Photography College

By: Eclipse Photography College  11/11/2011
Keywords: advertising, lighting, students

 On Advanced Photography Courses, students are encouraged to work on a project; preparing for it; and getting together all the necessary props, backgrounds, where it's going to be shot, models (MIke usually helps here) and plans of what the picture(s) should look like. This is the nature of the work as a Professional: preparation is the main key to success.He worked as a top Advertsing & Fashion photographer in his central London studio for over 20 years.Now is your chance to glean all the experience he has compiled running these courses, turning the craft, knowledge and information into strategically methodical steps, which are easy to learn and practice.

Keywords: advertising, art photography, career changing, Commercial Photography, corporate photography, fashion photography, food photography, Interior Photography, Landscape Photography, lighting, portrait photography, product photography, professional photography, Still Life Photography, stock images, students, studio, teachers

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