Seascape Photo Mastery

Seascape Photo MasteryClick Image To Visit SiteWouldn’t you love to fast-track all the years of learning to be able to shoot beautiful photographs on your very next shoot?

I’m about to give you everything you need to start shooting amazing seascapes just like this without wasting time figuring it all out for yourself, even if you are just starting out.

If you’re the kind of person who loves seeing your images shine and grab everyones attention whenever you share them but you’re just not sure how to take your photos to that next level, then pay close attention – because this is for you.

Please stick around whilst I tell you about my step by step formula that can help you create wildly beautiful seascapes of your own no matter if you’ve tried already but failed to get the results you wanted, or if you’ve never even shot a seascape before.

The best way to explain why what I’m going to teach you works so well is to tell you a quick story….

When I finally upgraded to my first dslr camera years ago, I the first thing I did was whack it straight into “auto” and begin shooting away at any and everything… But the photo’s I came home with at the end of the day were no better looking than what I used to take with my old point and shoot camera!

I would get home, transfer my pictures onto the computer, flick through them once or twice and then delete every single photo…

Then I’d hop online and start checking out the latest and greatest images on Flickr and instantly become depressed that my shots would never look as good as these guys.

I mean, the photographers I was following were producing shots that were out of this world and looking at them made me embarrassed to even show anyone my own.

And then one day I was out with my camera taking sunset photos of the pier on the beach where I grew up and something strange happened… I didn’t realise it at the time but I accidentally had my camera set to shoot in “shutter priority” mode instead of “auto” and when I pressed the shutter, it sounded different…

I had just accidentally done what I now know to be a “long exposure” and the movement of the waves was captured in the photo in a way I’d never done before… Now, the picture was still rubbish as I still didn’t know what I was doing at the time, but I suddenly had something to go on.

The problem I was suffering before this moment was that I didn’t have someone to guide me, someone to introduce me to certain techniques and ways of shooting and because of this I didn’t know where to even start trying to learn them.

It took me accidentally stumbling across this long exposure technique at the same time that I happened to be photographing moving water before I even knew the technique existed.

I began… Read more…