Photography Education

A photography store filled with courses, eBooks, presets & more!  A blog with text and video based educational content created specifically for photographers.

Photography Courses


Camera to Completion: Lightroom Workflow Course

Camera to Completion: Lightroom Workflow Course walks through my entire process of Adobe Lightroom from in-camera, through organization, processing, proofing and delivering to clients or publishing on the web.

Camera to Completion: Long Exposure Photography

Camera to Completion: Long Exposure Photography

Camera to Completion: Long Exposure Photography is an online course where you will learn how to photograph long exposures easily and efficiently.

Lead Generation Course

More Leads More Clients

A lead generation course for photographers. Learn how to create a set it and almost forget it system which works for you when you sleep.


Camera to Completion: Process

Camera to Completion: Process is more than just an online course. It’s how, why, what and where of my photography. This course contains video content demonstrating everything that goes into a photograph.

All about that glass - free video series

All About That Glass

A free video series sharing the who, what and why of my camera lenses.

Photography eBooks

long exposure photography ebook

Time Is On Your Side: Exploring Long Exposure Photography

Long exposure photography is when a photographer uses specific methods, like longer shutter speeds and neutral density filters, in order to create an effect in a photograph. Often times the same technique is used to remove moving objects from a scene or smooth out water.


Ambivert's Guide to Street Photography

The typical street photographer is an extrovert, and doesn’t mind getting close and personal with random people on the street. But what about the introverted photographers that want to try street photography?


Go Wider with Panoramic Photography

Insights and techniques for creating segmented panoramic photography, which involves manually capturing a single row of photographs and combining them into a panorama. You will develop the skills that go into making panoramic photographs, from setup to capture and post processing. Along the way, you will pick up important tips on stitching and editing that will help you make great panoramic photographs–and have fun, too!


When Photography and Karate Merge

Because a big part of karate is the community, sharing and education – I wanted to share my experience and thoughts in a free eBook. See what karate taught me about photography, and how important it is to understand the art of photography before photographing something so special.

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Other Awesome Photography Products

Ultimate Social Image Template

The Ultimate Social Image Template

The simple and well organized Photoshop template will help you create multiple social media images with ease.


Photography Guides

Save hours of research and calculation with the free Photography Guides notebook for Google Drive

Blog content for photographers

What I bring to speaking engagements

As I was packing my bag in preparation for my session at WordCamp NYC 2018, I thought it would be fun to share what I am packing and why. So in this video, you will see exactly what I bring when I go speak at an event, and some things I bring depending on the event.

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Lens Sweet Spot – How To Find Your Lens Sweet Spot

The lens sweet spot is the aperture of your lens that produces the highest possible quality in sharpness. It’s common that photographers think the wider apertures, like 1.4 and 2.8 would be the sharpest of a lens. It’s not true. In fact, typically the sharpest aperture is 2 to 3 stops smaller than the widest. In this video, you’ll learn how to find the lens sweet spot of any of your lenses, and fine-tune its sharpness to your camera body. I’ll share a tool and software that will make the job painless for anyone.

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