Learning to See: smart phone users on the Balcon de Europa, Nerja, Andalucia, Spain

A couple of years ago, an article in a major news magazine said software was available that would automatically transform amateurs’ photos into images that would rival the best. It’s nonsense because the reality is that producing good imagery can’t be achieved with software alone.

Good, imaginative photography requires visualisation or the ability of “Learning to See”, a term I’ve often uttered in my workshops along with the old saying that photography is 10% equipment, 10% perspiration, 10% talent and 70% luck.

And the more you shoot the luckier you get…

Get a kick start to improving photography through the tutorials below:

Learning to see


Photographic Exercises

Image Structure

Picture Editing

Light and Weather

Minimalist Photography

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