Image courtesy of MyPhotoSchool and Keith Appleby.
MyPhotoSchool has launched an interactive prestige online wedding photography course.
The course is bookable now for the first four week online course starting on Saturday 1 June. This online wedding photography course is aimed at enthusiastic amateurs through to professional photographers who want to photograph a wedding mostly in a reportage style to capture the significant and beautiful moments from the day.
Duncan Heather, founder of MyPhotoSchool explains: "Many wedding photographs are simply poor quality in terms of composition and artistic merit; or at worst cheesy. Photographing a wedding is actually a very skilful business, but not many photographers really know how to do it to a high artistic standard. MyPhotoSchool have teamed up with Keith Appleby to teach this course because he takes truly beautiful wedding photographs and has worked with some of the most elite clients the world over."
Tutor Keith Appleby states. "I want to help inspire people to take incredible wedding photographs, wherever you are in the world. I’ve been inspired by people such as Henri Cartier-Bresson and Willy Ronis and want to share how to capture the style of reportage photography that can be used to tell the story of a wedding. I’m excited to be teaching online, as I can encourage and inspire enthusiasts across the world."
The MyPhotoSchool online wedding photography course starts on the first Saturday of every month, costs £145 and is bookable now for 1 June intake. All MyPhotoSchool courses provide a brand new online learning environment for photography enthusiasts and hobbyists where students view video lectures, attend a virtual classroom, have weekly critiqued assignments and get access to downloadable notes.
For more information and to book now, visit the MyPhotoSchool website