The Insightful Photographer
Using Observation to Create Great Photos
with Koren Smith
$40 BREAKOUT SESSION
AVAILABLE IN THE CLICK & COMPANY STORE
Strengthen your photos with this step-by-step process for observational photography.
Dive deep into Koren’s observation and self-awareness techniques to turn weaknesses into photographic opportunities.
Learn Koren’s tips for working with different types of light in each season and using light to set the mood in your scene.
Photograph “beyond rainbows and sunshine” and use photography to express yourself during the hard times.
Find out how to choose a subject successfully (and know that it doesn’t have to be a person!).
Go behind the scenes with Koren in videos on light, shooting, culling, and editing.
Add depth, cohesion, and interest to your images with Koren’s best tips for composing the shot.
what you’ll get
A 93 page ebook filled with in-depth information on observation and self-assessment, using light, identifying the right subject, composition, and more.
- 8 videos on light, gear, culling, and editing.
START YOUR LEARNING PATH
Learn on any device! All class content is organized into simple steps as part of a clear, self-guided pathway inside your private online classroom.
COMPLETE THE STEPS
You'll check off each interactive step as you go, from watching the videos to engaging in discussions with Koren and fellow students.
Ask questions for potential inclusion in a Q&A with Koren! The final Q&A video will be available for you to watch and keep.
All class materials - including the editing videos, Q&A, and PDF - are yours to download and keep.
student bonus: cinematic photography
Purchase this breakout by May 6, and you’ll also get Koren’s exclusive materials on cinematic photography (incorporating, light, storytelling, processing, and more!) – including a bonus eBook and editing video!
about your presenter
Koren Smith has a deep love for all things storytelling. Through marriage, motherhood and everyday struggles, she makes an effort to photograph the magic found in the minor details of the everyday. In her rare moments without a camera, you’ll likely find a stylist in her hand drawing these photographs within the world of her own creation.