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Want To Be A Better Photographer?

Oct 11

Want To Be A Better Photographer?

Are you trying to get your photography skills to the next level?  If not, you should be!  The advances in photographic technology have been incredible over the past decade, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be improving your skills along with them.  A combination of working Photoshop skills and a willingness to stretch your creativity are required components if you want to compete in today’s photography field.  The good news is – there is help out there!

Last year, I put together a YouTube channel that focuses on photography education- the aptly-titled, Lourcey Photography Channel .

It has proven to be quite an adventure.  Up until that point, I had not done a whole lot of video – so the learning curve was rough.  However, the feedback I got from fellow photographers was overwhelming and I pressed on.  Over the past year, I’ve touched on everything from creativity to new Photoshop plugins .

If you haven’t checked it out yet, I hope you will.  It really is a labor of love.

Got something you have always wanted to know about photography?  Let me know and I just might use it for a future episode.  I’m always on the lookout for new topics – just keep in mind that we only have about 10 minutes per video.

So have you checked out the channel yet?  If so, leave a comment and let me know what you thought!

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4 comments

  1. Grady Pruitt /

    I’ve been learning to improve my photography skills. I’ve learned a lot from just a few tips, but I’ve really become fascinated with photography since I discovered the TWiT Photo ( http://twit.tv/show/twit-photo ) podcast where Catherine Hall and Leo LaPorte interview professional photographers from all over and discuss tips and how they got their shots.

    A part of my interest comes from an interest in 3d graphics (where many of the same, or similar, techniques apply, just computer generated), but it also has been about improving my photographs. I can usually tell if it was me or my wife that took a picture (other than the fact that it’s me or her in it). Just a few things can really improve an image.

    I’ll have to check out these resources, because it sounds like you’ve got some good ones, and I like what I’ve seen of your images on your site.

    • Thanks Grady and best of luck with your photography journey. It is a never-ending road, but the view is spectacular!

  2. I have nothing to do with photography, to be honest. But I’d love to learn about Photoshop. I just love that software.

    I’ve just checked your channels and it looks sooo popular! You have thousands of subscribers. That only means your videos are just great!

    Mouh
    :)

    • Thanks for stopping by Mouh. Photoshop is a great tool- but the learning curve is sooooo steep. Just gotta learn a little bit at a time!

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