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7 Blocks of Photography is easy to understand

 13th Oct 2016

From our feedback form

7 Building Blocks of Photography has ...: improved my photography
(Choose closest: massively improved my photography overall - improved my photography - made me more confident - Made me think things through - made no difference - Confused me)

What are the differences before 7 Blocks & after?: (please complete)

You can see for yourself: I made two albums on ClickASnap. One contains some pics from before and the other one more towards the end of the 7 Blocks.

Please let me know which album you think is which - and if you get it wrong, I might consider the money back guarantee... ;-)

The 7 blocks is worth...? (please complete)

at least 77.77 in your currency (can't be bothered to find the pound symbol) ;-)

Would you recommend The 7 building Blocks of Photography?: 

Currently I do not know to whom I could recommend them as I do not know any people "in need" whose English is good enough to understand you... ;-)

I like your style both teaching and technically. It is easy to understand even for me as non native speaker, it is not too technical but still logical and easy to reproduce. I also like your engagement and you clearly demonstrate that you like your stuff.

Anything else?:

The comment about the money back guarantee was just a joke. I enjoyed the course. I would really appreciate it, if you took a look at my pics on ClickASnap and could give me a general comment on what you think. No detailed discussion of every pic but maybe something you like or what I could do differently.

I would like to give you also some feedback on your free videos: I came across your channel because I looked for some tutorials on video and found your "How To Shoot Video With a DSLR For Beginners PT 1". Right away I liked your style so I watched most of the other free stuff. It is also nice to see how you improved your personal appearance over the years. ;-)

Technically very good (image, sound) but not too perfect in the delivery of the content. You leave just the right level of "accidents" in to make it fun and keep it human.

Mike, I do not use any of these "social" media. I now tried to get into this on ClickASnap and I must say I do not completely understand this concept of strangers subscribing to each other. But it seems to be a way to get feedback on your pics - how sincere it might be...

Is there a chance that you do a workshop here in Germany? I would love to come to London in Nov but it is quite a trip for just a few hours...

So Lanzarote maybe? Do you think that I am advanced enough for this? I do not even own a camera with exchangeable lenses nor fancy software for editing. ;-)

Best regards,