Geleen – Along The Rails
Sony NEX6 – Sigma 19mm lens
So, here is the truth:
If you want to take better photos, especially in low light situations like sunrise, sunset, or at the blue hour, you better have the following:
Tripod, good camera and fast lens…. and of course the most important from them all, knowing what you’re doing!
Because if you don’t know what you’re doing, none of the above will matter.
Not even the best camera in the world is going to take the photos for you. It will help, but I’m sure I’d do better with any basic, entry level DSLR.
Because I know how to spot great compositions, light, and I know how to set up the camera for the best result.
Luckily, there is an amazing course you can get your hands on and start learning immediately, if that’s what you desire.
It’s from Marc Muench and it’s called Landscape Photography.
I went through this training few years ago and I must say it’s really good!…
…and that’s because the information is pure, specific and doesn’t overlap.
One thing I used to hate a lot was when I bought a new course and realized that a lot of the information was overlapping with a course I bought from another photographer.
And so… Landscape Photography from Marc Muench is different and very unique.
I just thought about it this morning when I was taking photos close to the railway on way to Geleen.
I was thinking a lot about how much I’ve improved over the years and this course popped into my head as being the most influential.
If you want to progress with your photography, Marc will give you a lot of “aha” moments and put you on the right path…
…and answer most of your questions you might have.
But it isn’t cheap…
It’s more than I like to pay, but in this case I would pay double.
It’s that good!
If you click the link below. It will take to the course where you can get a short glimpse before you decide to purchase.
All the best…
Libor “learning everyday” Bednarik