There are incredibly opportunities available to photographic artists with skills in producing polished HDR images...
Miami, FL (PRWEB) August 15, 2013
HDRPhotographyPro.com has announced they are now reviewing photographer applicants for their 1-on-1 photography coaching program. Selected students will have the opportunity to receive personalized coaching to improve their photography, absolutely free.
Each month applicant submissions will be reviewed and the photographers with the most engaging portfolio and backgrounds across the globe will have the chance to improve their digital photographic skills with Mr. Pryce.
“The program is designed for serious photographers who are tired of less than ecstatic clients, blurry colors, blown out lights, who are looking to improve their photos,” Pryce said. “Being able to ‘bring the heat’ to the most exclusive clients isn’t far off from what most photographers are capable of. Sometimes a small amount of guidance can make life changing different results.”
In his HDR coaching program, Pryce attempts to help photographers overcome some of the commonly encountered obstacles faced when shooting in high dynamic range. According to Mr. Pryce, every artist is different, and may have different stumbling blocks, from equipment to technique.
Possible topics addressed in coaching may include:
- Make sure a photographer has the right equipment to achieve the desired effect and the best software for processing the images
- Ensure a photographer properly prepares a location, including applying set tricks to ensure a hassle free and, more importantly, aberration free shoot
- Provide a photographer with a step-by-step workflow that includes applying a number of post-processing, editing and finishing techniques and ‘tricks’ to polish, clean and stylize images to perfection
According to Mr. Pryce, the HDR excellence program was developed as a means of giving back to the photographic community he loves.
“There are tons of opportunities for a photographer with a firm handle on high dynamic range techniques right now,” added Mr. Pryce, adding, " I just want to see more talented photographers out there creating world class images."
To submit an application for review to be considered for the HDR skills coaching program, please visit: http://www.hdrphotographypro.com
All who apply will be asked to include in their application their level of experience, the type of projects they work on, the equipment and software they currently use and a brief description of why they believe they would be a good selection for the coaching program.
Designed for both hobbyists and pros alike looking to learn HDR techniques who are and find out how to add hyper realistic high dynamic range effects into their photos.
Additionally, visitors can take advantage of a 10 video mini-course on HDR techniques, absolutely free, click here to join: http://www.hdrphotographypro.com