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I hope you all had a great weekend, and if you're in America, I hope you had a great Memorial Day holiday.
Last week, I released the first two parts of a free three-part photography training series and today I'm releasing the third video in the series. FREE TRAINING PART III
I've received a lot of great comments via the video page, twitter, Instagram and even instant message and email. One photographer asked me a question about only using natural light. He only uses natural light and wanted to know why I list this as a rookie mistake. I think this question is important for many of us today so I made a short video to explain more.
Always dream big,
On Tuesday, we released the first FREE training video of a 3-part photography training series. At the time of this writing, almost 500 people have watched video # 1 and we hope the video reaches more as the week goes on.
Today, we are releasing training video # 2 and hope to help photographers by sharing some of the mistakes I made at the start of my career. To watch both training sessions you need to sign up for the series. AS soon as you sign up you get instant access to the series.
Always dream big,
I have always been attracted to opposites. My friends in New York used to say my dating life looked like the United Nations, but that's another story all together.
In photography the opposites rule works to give our images more impact and helps us to create powerful stories that stay with the viewer. Seeing a powerful color image juxtaposed against a black and white image makes both images look stronger than a single image alone.
There are many variations of the opposites attracts rule, and examples are all around us on billboards, in editorial magazine spreads and advertising campaigns. It doesn't matter if the images are of people, products or locations, the opposites rules works.
To learn more about photography why opposites attract sign up for the one-on-one classes. You can learn photography from anywhere in the world as long as you have a skype or google plus account. The online classes are 8 weeks long and will open your eyes to a new way of seeing the world through photography. No matter where your interest in photography is this course will help you to improve and become a better photography.
Sign up here: One-on-One with Matthew Jordan Smith
Always Dream Big