In Volume 1 of this series, Tim explains the building blocks for making great photographs. Tim uses these fundamentals throughout the DVD to demonstrate how specific elements contribute to making the best image. We also follow Tim through an outdoor portrait session, and to a sporting event. Tim also discusses his approach to lens selection. He reviews several lenses and discusses what level of investment makes sense for the serious hobbyist and professional. Tim also discusses simple light manipulation techniques that can make the difference between a passable photo and a stunning image.
In Volume 2 of this series, we follow Tim though a professional stock photography shoot. As we point our video cameras over his shoulder, Tim explains how the elements he has brought together contribute to the final, salable result. He also discusses other accessories that can help lift the quality of images to the next level. Last, but not least, he explores the human and business elements that must be understood for a photographer to be consistently successful as well as the attributes that make each photographer's work unique and important.
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I am a professional photographer and cinematographer. I own my own studio and do that for living and also teach and train other people. I am also always willing to learn from other people but this DVD and the other by the same photographer is just not worth a cent. There is no useful information here accept that "Tim" is talking about himself. He obviously loves himself. I repeat, there is nothing useful here that people can learn from. I am stunned that people would actually waste money and time to produce this.ALSO doesn't the title say NIKON and not CANON. He uses canon cameras throughout the DVD. Ridiculous.