“The Photographer’s Inspiration Engine” is my upcoming video course that will be released in November. It was available as a free bonus with the 5DayDeal bundle 2017 for a short period.
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Inspiration is the fuel that drives your creativity – the force that keeps you motivated to go out and create awesome photos. It gives you goals to work on and improve your photography. Wouldn’t it be fantastic if you had a set of techniques that you could use to get that inspiration whenever you want?
That’s exactly what I teach you in this video course. Here’s the trailer to give you an idea of what to expect:
Here’s what we’ll do in the course
You’ll learn very effective ways of finding images that inspire you. We’ll explore the latest visual search technologies for that. And this goes far beyond just Google image search.
I’ll show you how to collect your inspirations in a single place across all possible photo sources on the Internet. We’ll look at techniques for grouping and categorizing those images, to bring a bit more order to the vast stream of inspirations you’ll be collecting.
Then I will show you two techniques that I call “Broaden” and “Deepen”. These will help you make sense of your “visual library” to understand what actually makes those images appealing and how you can incorporate these elements into your own photography.
Finding, collecting, grouping, broaden and deepen – these are the five fundamental techniques that drive your inspiration engine. On top of them, we will build an even richer set of methods that allow you to convert your inspiration into realistic, attainable goals and projects, and build your personal photographic toolbox for dealing with diverse situations both in the field and in your post-processing.
Finally, we will explore the holy grail of photography: finding your personal style. This whole inspiration engine will help you explore the photographer inside you in a very systematic and effective way. It can help you understand who you are as a photographer. And the expression of who you are is your photographic style.