Seim’s 3 Secrets to Becoming a Great Photographer!

I was out working on the road recently in this Amazing location at the foothills of the North Cascades. I thought, I should share the secrets of how we become great photographers. Not just people who take nice photos, but masters.

The answer is not a collection of software (no not even mine) or a more super duper camera. It’s here in plain sight and I hope that this video brings that perspective. Learning this way, it’s refreshing and rewarding and once you start everything begins to change.

You CAN take your work further. What separates the men from the boys (ladies too) is the key elements. Once you tie them all together you produce images that are sharper, more creative and more compelling in every way.

Watch and let me know what you think — Gav

PS: We also have some amazing workshops that deal with these aspects of study. Watch EXposed to understand the magic of light and Photo School to help you master the art.

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  • Gavin, thank you for offering the free information that you distribute frequently. I find that people hardly communicate on comments today and so I hope I speak for many when I say that I am appreciative.

    Your video is exactly right. I’ve been working on learning photographics for about four years. I made all those silly mistakes such as thinking that I was a photographer when I really wasn’t. I mentored with a wonderful person (Shelley Paulson Photography) who is so good at her craft and I learned so much about the science and the light and I am at the place where I am overall pleased with my images. She spared me no critique and I benefit from that still today. I will continue to tune in and learn from you as well. My desire is to share what I learn so that other people can appreciate and enjoy this wonderful field.

    I no longer have the desire to earn money in any way, shape or form which is good because I would likely starve, lol! I found during the process that my delight was in photographing my family and my friends and people who aren’t fortunate enough to afford professional photographs and also my church. With that said, I still want those images to be of the highest quality because they matter and they will matter to generations beyond me. I’m right where I want to be with the exception of learning more about the science and light.

    Thank you again.

    With Appreciation,

    Barb Lundberg

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