A photography mentoring session is the most efficient way to accelerate your growth as a nature photographer.
There is a reason why many vocations require an internship or apprenticeship as their form of education. Although, many of us don’t have the hours and months to dedicate to a full apprenticeship program. This is why virtual mentoring sessions are a great way to accelerate your growth as a landscape photographer.
There's no one path to mastery in photography. When starting this journey, you don’t know what you don’t know, and sometimes you don’t even know where to start.
But, I got you.
The Hard Truth:
It's a long road to feel confident in your photography, but that journey doesn't have to be hard and lonely.
Working with a photographer who is focused on teaching you what you need to know makes the journey fulfilling and fun. This is where you receive quality feedback on your images, guidance on your methods, and learn the things you didn’t know that you didn’t know.
Book your session and think about how you want to focus our time together.
We'll have a goal setting conversation either via phone or email to help us prepare.
We'll spend 60 minutes together focused solely on your photography goals.
In hindsight, I wish I had a more efficient and effective path to progress.
I remember the first time I took my camera off automatic mode and how my mind raced during my first photography workshop. It was as exhilarating as it was overwhelming.
Over the years, I probably spent thousands of hours searching endlessly on the internet and reading books trying to improve. Undoubtedly, it contributed to my growth. But it definitely wasn't the most efficient use of my time.
And now I'm here to help.
I've been there too.
Portfolio Review covering composition, light, technique, and post-processing.
Setting up your Lightroom Classic Catalog and Preferences.
Learning how to organize your photos in Lightroom Classic - stars, keywords, and collections, oh my!
Improving in-the-field practices of various conditions and landscapes.
Creativity and confidence in your photography.
Where do you want to improve?
If you want to focus on refining your technical skills and are open to pushing a little outside your comfort zone, I think we can make some significant strides in your artistic development.
Is that a yes?