One of my favorite photography instructors, Shmuel Diamond, has created a new video course called "Power Insights" in which he gives you ten years of photography experience in one hour.
Here are two samples from the hour-long course:
How to pose groups of people
How to get rid of reflections in glasses
What to do with people's hands in photos
How to control the movement of the viewer's eye in your photo
How to create drama by small changes to your subject's position
When to use on-camera vs. off-camera flash
When to use fill flash in daylight
Lighting situations to avoid at all costs
How selective focus can improve a photo (and what to focus on)
And much more!
This may be the most practical, information-packed photography video series I've ever seen.
In this "Power Insights" video series, Diamond has distilled the principles from 10 years of event-photography experience into a super-efficient one-hour video series (consisting of four 15-minute videos).
There is no wasted time here. Diamond quickly walks you through hundreds of his own photos, showing before-and-after comparisons from actual shooting situations.
There is no better, or faster, way to learn!
Diamond is both a master photographer and a master educator.
Your time is valuable, and that's why I'm so excited by this format. I love the fact that Diamond doesn't waste a second.
I've already watched this one-hour course twice, and I plan to watch it again. That's how good this is.