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7 Building Blocks gave me a structured, disciplined approach to photography

 6th Oct 2017

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Massively improved my photography overall.

What are the differences before 7 Blocks & after?

Simply put, before this course I didn't know what I didn't know... 

Some trips I would get excellent photos and some days my photos would come up very short and I would discard them all. I laid off the problem to some days I was just a better photographer than others. 

This course did these things for me -- first, it laid out an orderly method to apply the skills I did have in a disciplined manner in every shot I made. 

Second, it provided exercises that made me become more familiar with the gear I was using so I am not maximizing the camera and lens I have. 

Third, the course made me realize and gave me a way to learn from the mistakes I was making. 

And, lastly I discovered one area where I simply did not know as much as I thought I did. So, were before I was what would be best described as "taking photos of opportunity". Now, my photos are well thought out because I have created from this course a check list (written and mental) that guides me through my entire workflow of a shoot. 

This course gave me a structured, disciplined approach to photography.

The 7 blocks is worth...?

The value to me is I can create photos that are of a higher quality than before when I apply these lessons to my photo shoots. I now have a method to take quality photos in a repeatable fashion and continue to strengthen my photography.

Would you recommend The 7 building Blocks of Photography?

I highly recommend this course to other photographers. I would encourage both the "7 Building Blocks of Photography" and the "Ultimate Beginners Course" to see where their skill levels put them. 

As I went through the "7 Building Blocks of Photography" I found there was an area where I was not as sharp as I should be. I am now working on the "Ultimate Beginners Course" to smooth out those rough edges. I am very pleased with what I learned and finding a weakness that I need to address.

Anything else you'd like to say?

Mike Browne, thank you for a training course which let me improve my photography and put into practice my skill sets in a repeated fashion. I very much appreciate your teaching approach and will continue to review your videos and my materials.  Thank you very much.

Marvin Reinhart

Marvin Reinhart


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