Okay, so it's no secret that Susan and I LOVED John Greengo's Fundamentals of Photography workshop. The 10-week course truly opened our eyes to how much we still had to learn, as well as how much we needed to practice practice practice. John spends tons of time creating his Keynote presentations and it shows! I love this one explaining the angle of view differences between full frame & cropped sensors: http://youtu.be/6tXG9W-bst8 What have been some of YOUR "AHA!" moments from John's course?
I like composition and try to teach people how to see when setting up their shots. Not matter how many gadgets or gears or fancy camera, if the composition is off, the picture is off
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Just about everything. I watched when his workshop was originally broadcast in 2010 and before it was over I bought the course. Since then I have watched parts of it again and again. He explains things so well. It is from him that I first fully understood how aperture, shutterspeed, and ISO work. About a month later I bought my first DSLR. Thank you John! I have recommended the course several times too.