From our feedback form
Ultimate Beginners Course has...
Improved my photos.
What are the differences before UBC & after?
Having attended two college part time evening courses (Intro to Digital Photography + People and Portraits) I was still struggling to produce good photographs, spending too much time trying to decide which lens/camera setting to use for the shot I wanted to take. Mike's beginners photography course filled all the gaps left from the college courses, I'm still practicing both the exercises and the suggested photo shoots to really lock it all in place in my brain and make it second nature.
Is the course value for money?
Compared to part time evening courses the price for Mike's UBC course and what you get out of it is really good value for money and well worth it, compared to class room based college courses that focused mainly on camera settings and a rigid approach to lighting and taking the shot.
Would you recommend The UBC?
Mike's UBC course is a great way to learn not just what the camera and lenses do, but also how using different camera ISO settings, lens focal lengths and apertures will effect how the shot will look.
It is a must course for anyone who is struggling with choosing the right lens and camera settings for a particular shot and cannot produce what they want in their photography. It is not a photography by number course, Mike encourages you to experiment to see what the effects are for yourself and to decide what is right for you based on what you expected when taking the shot.
A five star course.
Tell us about your achievements & how you feel about them:
Gaining confidence the more I practice; no longer afraid of making mistakes; thinking more about what the shot should be; not just taking the shot and hoping for the best; now able to adjust the settings, etc. and retake the shot to improve what I'm looking for, in a structured way.
Anything else you'd like to say?
I will definitely be back for more of Mike's courses in the near future.