Photography And The Way Forward

Hay Bales, Old Crusher Road, Byaduk, Australia

Nikon D800e camera with Nikon 24-120mm f4 lens @ 120mm. Exposure: 1/6 second @ f11 ISO 100.

The Success Of Your Photos Into The Future

Your photography is going to improve in leaps and bounds into the future. You’ll achieve this success in several, quite specific ways which I’II define as follows:

You’ll Make More Photos More Often

Getting out and about is the first key to your success. And, because it’s fun to do so, it’s a total no-brainer. It really is as simple as getting up, picking up your camera and getting out the door.

You’ll feel better almost immediately. Once you’re outdoors walking around you’ll begin to tune in to what’s going on around you. Time will seem to move at a different pace and you’ll begin to experience the world around you not as an observer, disconnected and looking in from a safe distance, but as a participant in the experience of life.

The remains of an old car in a field at sunrise in the Mallee region of Australia.

As a result your creativity will ignite and you’ll be excited by all sorts of things, including what most folks might mistakenly consider uninteresting or banal subjects and scenes.

Most of all you’ll develop and appreciation for light, the most fundamental aspect underpinning great photography.

Rain drops on a colorful autumn leaf makes for a dynamic desgin in Central Victoria, Australia.

You’ll Become Better At Post Processing

What many folk refer to these days as post processing can be conducted in a range of software applications. My own workflow encompasses Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop, with side ways excursions into other applications as required.

It’s so easy to get lost in one of these applications, particularly Photoshop. Lightroom, on the other hand, can be learned in one or two sessions - providing it’s properly taught. If you’re interested and you live in or around Melbourne, Australia click below to see how I can get you well on the way to expertise with this fantastic software application.

You'll Be Happy To Join The Artists Path

Along your creative journey you’ll learn to tap into your own, unique creative self and, as a result, make more compelling and meaningful photos.

My Commitment To You, My Friend

I want you to improve your photography and live a more purpose driven, meaning rich live. And I’m here to help you along that road. I’II re-double my efforts to ensure that this site continues to provide you with informative and inspirational posts showcasing the beauty of our world and its people. That is my commitment to you.

If I can help you beyond that commitment please don't hesitate to contact me directly.

Glenn Guy, Travel Photography Guru