Lesson 5 – Putting it all Together

Looking for your next lesson? Introduction: How to be a Tourist in Your Own Town Lesson 1 – Setting the Stage: Architecture Lesson 2 – Gather the Props: Culture Lesson 3 – Bring on the Actors Lesson 4 – Backstage Show the Real City Lesson 5 – Putting it all Together

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Lesson 3 – Bring on the Actors

Looking for your next lesson? Introduction: How to be a Tourist in Your Own Town Lesson 1 – Setting the Stage: Architecture Lesson 2 – Gather the Props: Culture Lesson 3 – Bring on the Actors Lesson 4 – Backstage Show the Real City Lesson 5 – Putting it all Together

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Lesson 2 – Gather the Props: Culture

Looking for your next lesson? Introduction: How to be a Tourist in Your Own Town Lesson 1 – Setting the Stage: Architecture Lesson 2 – Gather the Props: Culture Lesson 3 – Bring on the Actors Lesson 4 – Backstage Show the Real City Lesson 5 – Putting it all Together

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How to Be a Tourist in Your Own Town

Looking for your next lesson? Introduction: How to be a Tourist in Your Own Town Lesson 1 – Setting the Stage: Architecture Lesson 2 – Gather the Props: Culture Lesson 3 – Bring on the Actors Lesson 4 – Backstage Show the Real City Lesson 5 – Putting it all Together

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Lesson 11: Bonus!

If there is one thing I dislike more than flat grey skies at sunrise, its saying goodbye! So, to avoid having to write the wrap up email for this course, I thought going through one more example would be much more fun instead!

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Lesson 9: Creative Technique

We are nearing the end of “See! Create!” Over the lessons of this course we have discussed the importance in creating images that evoke emotions in our viewers. You might have picked up that I think that the best way to do this is to purposefully create our images and not just take pictures of things we see. This lesson is about creative techniques you can use to make evocative images.

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Lesson 8: Go Into Details

Ever hear the expression, “the devil is in the details?” It means that while a task might look simple, there is incredible depth to it and is more complex than initially estimated. The same can be said for the images we strive to create. While the goal is to keep our frames simple, we typically want to include detail to help tell our story.

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