My name is Hollis, I’m American but live in Seoul, South Korea. If you are like me you have taken and interest in photography. You bought your first DSLR body and a few lens but frankly don’t really know how to utilize your options. You have combed through countless forums and looked at dozens of youtube videos with no great success.
I haven’t gone though the entirety of the videos yet, but I have found Ken’s course to be THE most comprehensive course I have seen. He explains things very simply so that even a complete beginner like me can understand. My photos have gotten better just practicing the techniques after just the very first video. His voice is soothing and he is enjoyable to watch.
I say that if you bought a DSLR camera body that is Canon or Nikon, you are spending a minimum $500, plus the few lenses, tripod, bag, filters, flash, memory card, and cleaning kit; you are looking at a minimum $1000 dollar investment. This is on the low end, with the cheapest body and the least expensive lenses. Spending that much money and not being able to take spectacular pictures is such a waste. You can take GOOD pictures with your camera phone or a point and shoot. But if you want to take beautiful and breathtaking photos, you have to brave the manual areas of your camera. It’s not scary it’s fun and why you bought a DSLR in the first place.
Consider this a very small investment that will give you better photos than even your best lens you will buy. A tool is only good as it’s wielder. You can buy a $1000 lens, but if your not using it for the right kind of shot, and on the wrong body, what’s it really worth? What you get out of this course, is worth at least ten times more than he is charging. It’s a small investment into a costly hobby or career. I recommend this course to anyone from complete beginners to experienced people.
- EasyDSLR Gold Member