Creative Photography: Advanced Skills

Take this creative photography course and learn composition skills of master photographers. Transform your photos by learning how to observe and use light

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Course Highlights

  • 14 clear video lectures teaching you how to understand light and composition skills to develop your photography
  • Add a creative and artistic aspect to your photography.
  • Take the 14 day photography challenge to put your creative photography skills into practise
  • Learn the simple principles that are used in commercial and street photography
  • Use light, composition, and capture the best moments! 

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Creative Photography: Advanced Skills

Mark Timberlake
Mark Timberlake, Course Teacher

Of Course Learning is a UK Registered Learning Provider (UKPRN: 10055565)

  • Enrol and become certified in a new skill
  • Share your new skill with employers, friends and colleagues
  • Build a porfolio of course projects
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Course Facts

RequirementsThere are no prerequisites for this course

Course Teacher

Mark Timberlake

Founder/CEO of SME Heroes

More Info

Is your photography lacking the creative edge that could transform your photos into masterpieces? Many photographers spend too much time worrying about technical aspects of the art, take this creative photography course and become a better photographer immediately by learning the composition skills of master photographers.

Mark Timberlake has created a short and concise course that will transform your photography skills, by placing great emphasis on how to observe and use light in your photos and how the principles of composition work and the most effective ways to apply them. Mark will ensure that you are taking compelling and interesting images that you can enjoy with your friends and family.

This course will equip you with the necessary skills to compose an image and how to observe light, you will be able to grow from the technically sound photographer into the photographer who understands creative processes when creating artistic or story telling images.