Photography Masterclass



Are These Questions And Concerns Stopping You From Becoming A Better Photographer?

  • Do you own a DSLR camera but take mediocre photographs – a sign that you lack the skill and confidence to get the best results?
  • Have you thought about upgrading your equipment, believing that will improve your photos?
  • Are you lost when it comes to exposure, aperture, ISO/ASA, depth of field, lighting, lenses, filters, post-production and other difficult concepts?
  • Do you still have questions or feel overwhelmed after reading blogs, forums, books, and tutorials?
  • Have you thought about taking photography classes – but want to save time and money?
  • Do you think you’re not ready to be a professional – a mindset that you must overcome to succeed, get recognized, and sell your own photos?

Bad Photos Are Not Your Fault

Old photos of mine shot back when I was the typical average photographer, unaware of how my images could be improved. Do your photos look like these?

So many new photographers and hobbyists get stuck on buying equipment. And they spend months hunting for ways to improve their skills.

Yet, after all that, your photos are average. Or worse.


It Takes Years To Become A Professional… If You Don’t Know The Shortcut

Your shots CAN look like these! Here’s how…

Let’s be real: after getting a DSLR you found it takes more than reading the manual to get professional results from it.

Then your hunt for more information and answers began.

But there’s a TON of information about photography, and it’s so unorganized!

I learned by doing meticulous research, putting it all together on my own. After spending years of applying what I discovered, I began sharing with friends online.

Nobody prepared me for the flood of questions about landscapes, portraits, studio photography… and my weird ability to just grab a camera and start taking great photos without any effort whatsoever.

Now I’ve got the answers you’re looking for, and they’re here on this website.

Just Imagine Being Able To…

Choose the right DSLR on a budget and still get all the desired features

Properly hold a DSLR and stop looking like a complete idiot out in the field

Stop taking boring photos that nobody cares about and start taking creative, memorable photos worth sharing and selling

GET CRISP, CLEAR SHOTS when photographing anything, including people, objects, and landscapes

Avoid the 6 common beginner mistakes of COMPOSITION and easily create brilliant images instead


Finally grasp a complete understanding of Shutter Speed, Aperture, and ISO for total control over MOTION and DEPTH OF FIELD


Learn the “secret” time of day when most professional photos are shot

Understand Exposure and Metering so pictures won’t be too bright or too dark, but “just right”


Properly select the right WHITE-BALANCE setting on your camera and stop worrying about photos coming out too orange or having washed out colors

Select the BEST LENSES to create appropriate, proportional, non-distorted, aesthetically pleasing images… no matter the situation


Take JAW-DROPPING panoramic shots


Use FOCUS correctly and know what focus points to avoid in a scene


Choose the BEST EQUIPMENT, including flash, filters, camera bag, tripod, tripod head, batteries, battery recharger, strap, camera mount, and memory cards

Use external FLASH to control motion, remove red-eye, add drama, and give your images an edgy, high-class, professional look…


Use FILTERS to control light coming through the lens, remove glare, and even make the colors in a scene appear more saturated

Get NATURAL HDR shots that don’t look fake or “over-done”

Correctly decide when to use a TRIPOD – and know when it’s dumb to use one

Capture sharp, correctly exposed photos in LOW-LIGHT SITUATIONS… with no motion blur or noise

Take stunning photographs at NIGHT with or without using a flash or tripod

Know where to put LIGHTS in relation to your subject/model and how to control the mood of portrait photos

Choose effective LIGHT MODIFIERS, including umbrellas, soft boxes, beauty dishes and grids to establish the mood of the image (do you want the image to be dark, dramatic and shadowy? Soft and pleasing? Bright and happy? Do you want soft pools of background light? When would you want light to create texture across surfaces, and when wouldn’t you?)

Know how to select a SOFTWARE package that fits your needs and budget

Correctly EDIT IMAGES in post-production using Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom and Adobe® Photoshop® software

Photography Masterclass is a set of 29 videos totaling 11 hours and 26 minutes of in-depth training that will show you how to get the most out of any DSLR camera.

Each video thoroughly explains something you need to know to become a better photographer…FAST.

I created the Masterclass after noticing how many people struggle with their cameras, unable to take great photographs. And judging by the results others have achieved because of the step-by-step video tutorials, I’m confident this will help YOU too.

These videos are hosted and streamed online so you can watch them immediately, from any device with a web browser and internet connection.

And I separated the 29 videos into 4 Modules for quick, easy reference. You can go through them from start-to-finish… or watch what’s important for you now and next time you’re stuck, come back for more information and inspiration.

Here’s what you’ll learn inside Photography Masterclass

Module 1: Mastering Your Digital SLR Camera

Number of videos: 9
Total running time: 2 hours, 26 minutes

Get a comprehensive walkthrough of DSLR camera functions; find out the best settings for just about any situation you’ll experience as a photographer.

After this training you’ll have a practical understanding of how the camera works, which is much better than simply reading the manufacturers instruction booklet.

Highlights of Module 1 include:

  1. Comprehensive training on fundamentals that apply to every DSLR camera – it doesn’t matter what camera you have or borrow, as long as it’s a DSLR.
  2. Getting comfortable in Full Manual Mode where you have total control over the Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO, Focus, White Balance, Flash Modes, Metering Modes, and Shooting Modes
  3. Shooting Indoors, Outdoors, Bright Environments, Low-Light Landscapes, Low-Light Stills and many other situations
  4. Learn all you need to know about shooting in RAW
  5. Learn how to correctly read a histogram
  6. And More…

Using your camera will be natural and intuitive after completing Module 1. Imagine knowing what every setting and button does – and when to use them.

Module 2: Photography Equipment

Number of videos: 6
Total running time: 2 hours, 33 minutes

Receive a complete introduction to photography equipment; know what gear is essential and what products should be avoided, and why.

These insights will help you create better photos, save you a lot of time and potentially save you thousands of dollars.

Equipment reviewed in detail:

  1. Camera Bodies
    What should you look for in a camera body – since all DSLR cameras take good pictures? Who is the best person to talk to before buying any camera? When should you buy the cheapest DSLR – not the latest model?
  2. Camera Features
    When is updating your camera a bad idea? What sensor size should you get? When does being able to take photos with a fast Frames Per Second (FPS) rate matter? Why does megapixel count not matter?
  3. Lens Types and Configurations
    Why are lenses the most important thing you’ll buy? Should you buy brand-name or third-party lenses? What Focal Lengths should you consider? Are specialty lenses really worth the money?
  4. Filters
    What 4 filters does every serious photographer own? Should you buy filters that are coated, or not? When should a filter be used, and when should they be avoided?
  5. Lighting
    Should you use monolights or speedlights? Why should you care about using TTL? Are manual flashes safe to use? What are the best wireless flashes? What light modifiers should you start with?
  6. Accessories
    All the miscellaneous stuff you need but haven’t thought about yet. What are the best batteries to have in your kit? The best strap? What type of storage solution is best for your kit?

You’ll see all the equipment in action and how it applies to the “big picture”. I also give pricing tips so you won’t get ripped off. This is critical information when deciding what to buy next!

Module 3: Composition and Shot Planning

Number of videos: 9
Total running time: 3 hours, 35 minutes

Module 3 is everyones favorite. Here I reveal the secrets of the pros; how to create your own brilliant, captivating, and memorable photographs.

This power can literally change your life for the better. It worked for me and has worked for hundreds of other photographers too.

If you want to “crack the code” and get to the next level, whether it’s freelancing, selling your photos, getting published, being recognized online or locally… or whatever goal would truly make you happy… this information is the key to getting there.

I’ll be showing you the following:

  1. Universal mistakes everybody is doomed to make when starting off in photography and how to avoid them
  2. What makes a good photo and what makes a bad photo
  3. Psychological Triggers
  4. Framing, Balance, Color
  5. The Rule of Thirds
  6. Leading Lines
  7. Symmetry & Pattern
  8. Depth of Field & Field of View
  9. Dynamics, Motion & Mergers
  10. Outdoor Light Management
  11. Light Set-Ups for aesthetically pleasing portraits
  12. And More…

Please understand, the principles taught in Module 3 have transformed new and struggling photographers into global icons. This stuff is at the core of major careers. Applying these methods will build the foundation of your success.

Without Photography Masterclass you’ll spend years searching and experimenting to learn these concepts. I know because thats what it took me to grasp the principles myself!

Also, you can expect to have better results the next time you’re out in the field because I demonstrate these concepts with detailed examples.


Module 4: Post-Production and Software

Number of videos: 5
Total running time: 2 hours, 52 minutes

What software do you need? That depends on how many features you want.

In Module 4 you’ll see:

  1. An honest comparison of Adobe® products
  2. A condensed tour that’ll help you decide what software is best for you right now
  3. How to download trial programs and use all of their features without spending a dime
  4. How to professionally develop images inside of Adobe Lightroom®
  5. How Photoshop Elements® can give professional results on a budget
  6. How to use the full version of Adobe® Photoshop® to edit and create extra-ordinary images

These are “no-fluff” video tutorials. In fact, there are hundreds of functions that I don’t use. Instead I focus on tools that deliver the results I want, showing you how to get the most out of your time at the computer.




Bonus #1: DSLR Camera Equipment Guide

To compliment Module 2, I created a 50-page PDF e-book guide to Camera Equipment. You can download it now and use it the next time you go shopping.

Inside this guide is advice to determine what equipment is best for your budget and immediate goals. I also discuss long-term planning and what equipment will make sense in the context of future upgrades.

Inside the Camera Equipment Guide you will learn about:

  1. Camera Bodies
  2. Camera Features
  3. Lens Types and Configurations
  4. Filters
  5. Lighting
  6. Accessories