Wasted opportunities and a hard drive with underwhelming, mediocre images
What you saw during your trip was amazing. What you've captured doesn't come close. No point lying to yourself. Hard earned cash spent and most chances are gone forever. This is FRUSTRATING.
Familiar feeling. I’ve been there. Learned the hard way – through trial and error. My mistake, but I didn't have the resources that are available now. Repeat this mistake and you’re guaranteed wasted opportunities and mediocre photos. The journeys are still enjoyable, but I’d be lying if I said that I don’t regret those wasted opportunities. The whole point of this educational resource is to give you the tools, so that you don't regret anything. NO EXCUSES.
an eye-opening experience
That’s how photographer friends described traveling with me and seeing how I work. I realised something from this feedback. They're serious about their photography. If they got so much out of seeing how I work, others who are serious about improving can benefit a whole lot too.
A rare behind the scenes look where nothing is held back
After I won in the Travel Photographer Of The Year competition things clicked. Those winning photos proved to be successful. They were also published in Geographical UK magazine. Using these images I've created the closest thing to a blueprint. A blueprint to making photos worthy of awards and publications. I’ve included EVERYTHING – my entire creative process. How did I chose the best photos from each shoot? What did I do to make the most of them in post-processing? It’s a rare behind the scenes look. I'm not holding anything back.