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Focus Ezine Subscription 1st 12 month subscriptionClick Image To Visit SiteIf you’ve ever wanted to take stunning photos (faster than you ever dreamed possible), that delight you in more ways than you can imagine, while doing photography from the comfort of your own backyard, then this will be the most important message you have ever read.

Here’s what this is all about: My name is Amy Renfrey. I’m a professional photographer and teacher, who teaches photography in plain, (everyday) english and loves teaching you (photography enthusiasts) to shoot breathtaking images, immediately.

It’s very important for you turn that burning passion into stunning images. It’s vital that you be confident and in control of the camera to produce the magic photos you want. Just read this letter, the important rules for good photography, take advantage of what I’m offering and you’ll quickly gain access through the back door into a new world of mind blowing skill and ability.

You see I wasn’t always a pro photographer, or a teacher. Not that long ago I was an enthusiast photographer, (just like you are now) with a burning desire to be intensely skilled in photography. The major problem was that I knew the basics of photography, but not enough to really be overly proud of, or take shots I was able to confidently show the whole world with pride.

It was damn frustrating to tell you the truth. I would shoot all the things I loved and adored, like weddings, family and friends, roses in my garden, the beach, ducks feeding at the lake… but still, after blood, sweat and tears, I still wasn’t making a breakthrough in my photography.

I mean, they were ok, but I didn’t want them to be just “ok”, I wanted them to be “excellent”.

The problem was that with all my time spent shooting; my shots still didn’t look clear or sharp at all. The colour was dull and my photos never had that “blow-you-away”, “jaw-dropping” factor that professional images did.

The awful thing was that I knew there was a whole other level I was missing out on; I just didn’t know what it was. I was searching for some missing, hidden secrets that would give me the awe and respect I wanted, from myself and from others.

But it all just eluded me. The technical photography jargon confused me and the simple stuff was way under my level.

The professional photographers that I came across were always so damn protective. When I asked for help, or even a simple tip for god sake, they never wanted to share anything.

Sometimes they were such simple questions such as “how do I make my landscape shots look wide, clear and expansive?” And “how to I make portraits look soft and romantic for my friends wedding?”

They acted as if sharing information with me was like stealing money from them. Or asking about their sex life or asking for the launch codes to… Read more…

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