COURSE DESCRIPTION You will learn how to see and to think like a photographer so you can take better pictures on any occasion.
The course is very compact. There are 20 lessons and each one is only 30-60 seconds long.
Lessons cover the three key parts to taking better pictures:
Selecting your background
Placing your subject
Using the right lighting
HOW IT WORKS For each lesson, you’ll:
Read the short script
Watch the video
Practice what you've learned
Review your results
WHO THIS COURSE IS FOR: Amateurs and beginners.
REQUIREMENTS Any kind of camera device that takes pictures
Very short lessons make them easy to remember
No expensive equipment needed so you save money
You will learn to avoid picture-taking issues so you get better results
You will learn mostly by doing, the most effective way to learn
Mobile-friendly so you can learn whenever you have free time
The course teaches using natural light so no extra equipment needed
Twenty quick videos average just 30-60 seconds. No long rambling lectures.
No equipment to buy so you can use any camera you already have: mobile, DSL, or point-and-shoot.
You are in the field with the photographer so you see how the shots are setup
The lesson text is included to help you learn the key points faster.
Available streaming for mobile or download for computers
Further study. Downloadable PDFs of Harris from Paris photographs complete with shot details so you apply the same planning to your pictures
One-to-one private review of your pictures.
HOW TO GET THE MOST FROM THIS COURSE The more ways you repeat the information, the quicker you will understand it. So this course has a few different ways for you to learn.
Read the lesson script before watching the video.
Watch the lesson video at least once
Practice what you learned. Assignments provided with each lesson.
Review what you learned by writing in your Progress Chart.
ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR Harris from Paris has been a professional photographer and photojournalist his entire adult life.
He has lived and worked all over the world specializing in lifestyle photo essays. Based mostly in Paris, France, his work is internationally syndicated.
His photo features have included the Paris fashion shows, backstage cabarets. He’s covered food and made portraits of the world’s finest chefs, fashion models, race car drivers, construction workers, and lots and lots of travel pictures including Bali’s exotic scenery, China’s Silk Road, Russia’s historic sites, and the American West ranchers’ lifestyle.
Harris from Paris has mastered the fine art of teaching in easy-to-understand and easy-to-remember lessons. Each lesson covers one key pointer in about a minute or less. You will learn to think like a photographer and make the most of any picture-taking situation.