"Improving Your Photography"

I get asked often by beginning photographers "How can I improve my photography"

I love sharing the information, so I thought to comprise some great
material that will help them along their journey.


Is a phenomenal website to see what’s going on in the photography world, also it
is great for just pure inspiration. I literally go on this site every day of my
life, it's truly sad lol

Check out the following links they have a ton of awesome
photography tutorials. "FIY" some of this material is free, but there are others tutorials that requires a cost.

"Adorama Digital photography 101" http://www.youtube.com/user/adoramaTV?feature=

"The Grid" http://kelbytv.com/thegrid/

"GavTrain" http://www.youtube.com/user/PhotoGavin

"Phlearn" http://phlearn.com/

"KelbyTrain" http://kelbytraining.com/ 

"LyndaTrain" http://www.lynda.com/

"CreativeLive" http://www.creativelive.com/live1

Spend some time going through these sites (try NOT to just read or watch what only

appeals to you) because you may miss out on some good stuff.

Scott Kelby is a renowned photographer who I absolutely admire. Following him has
made my life as a photographer so much easier lol. He has a ton of great
material out there to help you become a better photographer. Aside from the Kelbytraining media I just mentioned, he has a series of Digital Photography books.  I actually learned of Scott when I read his book "Digital Photography" which can be found here http://www.amazon.com/Digital-Photography-Book-Scott-Kelby/dp/032147404X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1366269602&sr=8-1&keywords=the+digital+photography+book

His series of "Digital Photography" books are all absolutely fantastic!!!!! And for all you Apple lovers out there, he has apps that I find very, very useful, and I own them all lol. Go to the App store and click that download button please!! I am not sure if these apps are available on the Android Market.  

“Scott Kelby's: Lighting Recipes"

“Scott Kelby's:10 Essential studio techniques"

"Scott Kelby's: Photo Recipes Live Behind the Scenes"

"Scott Kelby's: Photo Recipes Live Behind the Scenes Part2"

In conclusion, always remember you cannot rush the process of getting better, it takes a lot of time, patients, and dedication. Don't be afraid to experiment and make mistakes.
Improving your photography is not only about shooting, you have to educate
yourself. Research other photographer’s see how they light, check out their
work flow, etc.... I promise after reviewing and apply all of the material presented you will begin to see a transformation in your work.