ABOUT THE COURSE These workshops are for amateurs and shows you how to think before you shoot so you can take better pictures.
It is more about learning to see rather than dealing with technical issues and professional equipment.
This is a simple, easy-to-understand program. Each lesson runs only 30-60 seconds but covers one simple tip.
If you learn these lessons and do the assignments, you will dramatically increase the pleasure you get from taking pictures as well as get better results.
LESSON SAMPLE 01. Learn the answer to this question. When planning a shot, what is one of the first things you should do?
Quiz 01. When planning a shot, what is one of the first things you should do?
Answer 01. Check your background.
Lesson 01 Assignment Take three pictures of yourself but first select three different backgrounds: 1. Background that you think is awful 2. Interesting background that you like 3. Plain colored background Study all three images and write down how each background affected your picture.
LESSON SAMPLE 02. Learn the answer to this question. After you pick your background, what should you do next?
Quiz 02. After you pick your background, what should you do next?
Answer 02. Frame your shot. Decide the top, bottom, and sides of your picture.
Lesson 02 assignment Use the background you like best in lesson 01 and take three pictures of yourself but change the frame of each one. Make the top, bottom, left and right sides different in each picture. Study which picture do you like best and why.
LESSON SAMPLE 03. Learn the answer to this question. You've selected your background and framed your shot, now what?
Quiz 03. You've selected your background and framed your shot, now what?
Answer 03. Check for any background distractions and remove them or change your angle.
Lesson 03 assignment Pick a background that has stuff that you would like out of the way like trash. If you can't find a scene like this create one by putting something in the background. Take one picture where the item is not good for the picture. Then take another picture after you have removed that item. Study the different between the two pictures.
You learn by doing, not just reading or watching.
Videos are very short so the lessons are easy to remember.
Various media forms included so you can more thoroughly learn each lesson
See-Screen is included with your lesson so you can see your screen in the sun
The course focuses specifically on photo situations that you can do.
Unlike most photography books and videos, this course makes sure that you practice doing the lessons.
Lessons are very mobile friendly so you can study anywhere.
You learn by practicing what you are taught so you learn faster.
No expensive equipment is required so anybody with any kind of camera can benefit
All photographs in this course taken by Harris from Paris. No public domain cheapies used.
Your instructor is a professional photographer.
Workshops. These are in-person events. Students learn how to plan their shots, selecting their background, framing their shot, check and removing background and foreground distractions, adapting to natural lighting conditions. Each step of the picture taking process is gone over.Students pictures are evaluated and in most cases reshot. Students learn how to plan their shots quickly and effortlessly.
Course requirements. Any kind of camera will do including mobile phones. No experience necessary.
Online course. This is available separately from the workshop. Students get access to: 10 video lessons 10 quizzes
Free FunnelVision or See-Screen viewer (postage not included).
Membership to the Harris from Paris online Photo Club which includes discount coupons, free ongoing pdf downloads.
Free reviews of 10 pictures.
Workshops also include free access to the online program.