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“Will I achieve my goals if I invest in the Click Love Grow online Enthusiast Photography Course?” If you’re reading this article, I’m assuming you’ve just asked yourself that very question! I want to reassure you that you will achieve your goals… and I can do that in a much more powerful way than, well, […]

Click Love Grow Online Enthusiast Photography Course Reviews

How To Take Magazine Worthy Food Photography At Home Ever wondered how those beautiful food photos in magazines and cook books are shot? Maybe you’ve envisaged a full team of chefs and stylists, lights and studio equipment. But the great news is, you don’t need any of that! Naomi Sherman graduated from our Enthusiast Photography […]

How To Take Magazine Worthy Food Photography At Home

How To Take Magazine Worthy Food Photography At Home Ever wondered how those beautiful food photos in magazines and cook books are shot? Maybe you’ve envisaged a full team of chefs and stylists, lights and studio equipment. But the great news is, you don’t need any of that! Naomi Sherman graduated from our Enthusiast Photography […]

How To Take Magazine Worthy Food Photography At Home

One day, Dana Schulte Whitley (who graduated from our Enthusiast Photography Course and Advanced Photography Course just this year!!), announced in our graduates group that she loved shooting couple’s portraits so much she had decided to make this genre the focus of her business. I’d loved all of Dana’s work, but her couples portraits in […]

Love Stories {by Dana Schulte Whitley}

It was a very exciting week as our students took the first step towards using their cameras in manual mode! Lesson three in our Enthusiast Photography Course is all about aperture, which is one of the three elements of exposure, and we need to understand those elements in order to shoot in manual mode. Aperture […]

We Love Blurry Backgrounds

It was a very exciting week as our students took the first step towards using their cameras in manual mode! Lesson three in our Enthusiast Photography Course is all about aperture, which is one of the three elements of exposure, and we need to understand those elements in order to shoot in manual mode. Aperture […]

We Love Blurry Backgrounds

This week in our Enthusiast Photography Course is always excitement plus as our students get to flick the switch… that is, switch their cameras out of auto! We start with aperture, one of three elements of exposure. So what is aperture? As well as being one of three ways to get light into our photos, […]

We Love Blurry Backgrounds {Lesson Three}

It’s Graduation Time! Our latest Enthusiast Photography Course students have just finished up, and we’re so proud of them and excited to watch them continue to grow in their photography! Our grads now know how to use their DSLRs in full manual mode, and they’re purposefully able to take the beautiful shots they always dreamed […]

We Love {Week Eight}

It’s Graduation Time! Our latest Enthusiast Photography Course students have just finished up, and we’re so proud of them and excited to watch them continue to grow in their photography! Our grads now know how to use their DSLRs in full manual mode, and they’re purposefully able to take the beautiful shots they always dreamed […]

We Love {Week Eight}

This week our students had fun getting creative! Shutter speed is one of the three elements of exposure and we use it to control light, and to eliminate motion blur in our images. In this lesson our students are set some fun challenges which are designed to teach them how to use shutter speed to […]

We Love {Week Four}

Week 2 in our latest Click Love Grow Enthusiast Photography Course is all about the big kahuna of photographic elements… light! Light is everything in photography, but it’s not just about too much or too little… the quality of the light is what makes a photo beautiful. And learning to recognise the difference between poor and […]

We Love {Week Two}

Week 2 in our latest Click Love Grow Enthusiast Photography Course is all about the big kahuna of photographic elements… light! Light is everything in photography, but it’s not just about too much or too little… the quality of the light is what makes a photo beautiful. And learning to recognise the difference between poor and […]

We Love {Week Two}

It’s a common misconception that when you want to start taking more dramatic portraits, you need to invest in and learn how to use studio lights or off camera flash. While these can come in handy for some genres of photography, if you’re looking to enhance your photography skills and take more dramatic images, you […]

Create Dramatic Portraits with Single Window Light

When we’re new to photography, we tend to avoid dramatic natural light and instead look for flat soft light. And why not? It’s a perfect place to start because it’s easy to create flattering and beautiful portraits. But flat soft light lacks depth and interest, and you might start to notice creamy, delicious, beautiful light […]

How to Use Dramatic Natural Light

When we’re new to photography, we tend to avoid dramatic natural light and instead look for flat soft light. And why not? It’s a perfect place to start because it’s easy to create flattering and beautiful portraits. But flat soft light lacks depth and interest, and you might start to notice creamy, delicious, beautiful light […]

How to Use Dramatic Natural Light