"Why not" photography course for advanced photographers
What you'll learn
- How to be creative and create one of a kind images
- Drone shot inspirations
- To create an amazing lens with super effects
- Learn to create unique backgrounds
- You will need to understand basics about photography, but the course is more about creativity and having a little different approach to what you do
The course is mainly for photographers who wish to implement a unique and creative approach to photographing people. Some ideas need preparations, others can be done almost any time and anywhere. What the author is aiming at, is not necessairly creating identical images as the ones presented, but to use the knowledge, skills and ideas as a source of motivation for ones own photos. Many of the images the author talks about are drone shots. However they are all staged in what may often be odd and uncommon surroundings. Tim Demski loves mixing different styles and items, causing the observer to stop in their tracks and often ask the questions: How was that made? One of the main principles of this course is to teach the viewer not to use photoshop, but to be able to create what one may call "Hollywood effect" with the use of props and some photoghraphy tricks.
It's also worth mentioning, that many of the images presented in the videos have recieved awards in popular photography groups and wedding photography pages. The most popular and widely recognised is the circle of sheep shot, which made it to the final round of Mywed yearly contest as well as awards from Lookslikefilm and Prowedaward.
Who this course is for:
- Photographers who specialize in wedding, family and portrait photography
- Anyone who wants to try something different in their photography endavour
My name is Tim Demski. I’m a wedding photographer based in Poland. Apart from shooting what one may call standard wedding reportage, I specialise in creating unique and creative wedding photoshoots. I love mixing different styles in my work as I source my inspiration from nearly everything that surrounds me. THe images I present are never photoshopped as I cherish the idea of photographing in an old school style.