It’s Time to Master Your Craft
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[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_color=”%23ffffff” bottom_padding=”20px”]In the first and second videos in this series I talked about some of the most significant barriers to mastering our craft, and how to overcome those. In this third video I want to introduce you to Master Your Craft, my new online MentorClass designed to give you a chance to focus and go deeper in your photography. I also talk about the benefits – the necessity, actually – of breaking things down into small bite-sized pieces, of being intentional, and of focusing on basics and fundamentals, not gimmicks and short-cuts.
When enrollment in Master Your Craft opens in a couple of days (next Tuesday, February 13th) there are some really valuable bonuses for enrolling early, including:
Signed copies of my limited edition book SEVEN.
One-on-one mentoring sessions with me (Skype).
One-hour video tutorial on Mastering the Vision-Driven Workflow in Adobe Lightroom.
These are available exclusively to those who enroll in the first 24 hours, beginning February 13, 2018. I hope you’ll join me!
If, after watching the video, you’ve got questions about this upcoming course, or other things for that matter, you’ve got my ear, I’d love to talk about them. Leave a comment or a question and I’ll choose three of you at random and send you a signed copy of my latest book, The Soul of the Camera, with my thanks!
For the Love of the Photograph,