Master the Beauty of Travel Photography
Like you, I love taking pictures. I love the feeling I get when I find that perfect moment and am able to freeze it forever.
Pictures aren’t something you just take with your phone — they are moments that moved you to yearn to capture them. I’ve always been drawn to that power and beauty.
My name is Nomadic Matt, founder of the #1 travel blog NomadicMatt.com and the online media school Superstar Blogging. Though I have been traveling and blogging for eight years, I never thought much about one of the most important and fun aspects of travel — photography!
That is, until I met Laurence Norah, a professional travel photographer who taught me, with a few tricks, how to dramatically improve my photography. We worked together to create a course for others in the same boat — people like you who want to take better photos.
“I wish my pictures were better!”
I hear this a lot from travelers who desire to better capture their special moments. Many of them don’t even take photos because they aren’t confident in their ability to snap a “perfect picture.”
Taking beautiful photos and capturing those memories isn’t as hard as you think!
You can improve your photography by leaps and bounds!
Learn How to Be an Expert Photographer
I’ve partnered with world-class photographer Laurence Norah to help you take better pictures when you travel. Laurence, a lovely British chap, has been a professional photographer for six years and first picked up a camera over two decades ago!
He’s widely considered one of the top travel photographers online and has worked with numerous clients, like Panasonic and Vanguard. His work has appeared in magazines and news sites, including in USA Today, The Times, BuzzFeed, and the Evening Standard, and on National Geographic and the BBC.
Each year, he leads intensive photowalks around the world to help people take better pictures — on and off the road.
Think of how you feel when you look a beautiful photograph. That sense of wonder, that feeling of awe. You imagine yourself there. It’s a feeling that inspires.
There’s nothing better than looking at a photo and realizing you took a beautiful image that freezes that magical moment perfectly.
Taking beautiful photos and being able to feel that about your photos isn’t as hard as you think. It doesn’t require buying expensive equipment, fancy studios, or high-tech editing software. All you need is dedication and some simple concepts to you improve your photography right away.
You can learn how to master everything about your camera.
This course contains everything Laurence has learned about photography, and we’ve put everything you’ll ever need to know about photography into one place. You’ll learn how to master your camera, gaining a detailed understanding of how it works and how it to get the perfect shot every time.
This course is packed with examples, images, and videos, making what can seem like a complex subject easy to understand. Starting from the beginning, you’ll learn the essentials of photography, advanced photo techniques, editing, and actually making an income from photography.
“This course has introduced me to
the world of photography!”
An Overview of What You’ll Learn
How Your Camera Works
The Best Photography Gear
Editing with Lightroom
Plus: Direct Teacher Feedback
Balance + Light Exposure Tricks
How to Get Out of Auto
A Private Facebook Group
How to Take Photos at Night
How to Use HDR
42-Page Mobile Cheat Sheet
Mobile Photography Secrets
How to Sell Your Photos
How to Effectively Back Up Your Pictures
This is a beautiful, super detailed course featuring videos, tons of step-by-step walk-throughs, and chapters that collectively reach over 100,000 words! This is a photography course that is going to change how you take pictures.
This course is broken down into an 8-week training program that takes you from understanding your camera to editing your pictures to selling your photography. We’re going to give you so much information, you’ll never be without something to do! Each unit has a homework assignment that will help you put the unit’s concepts into action. Additionally, you’ll get feedback on your photos! I will personally look at and give feedback on your submitted homework.
Week 1: An Introduction to Photography
The nuts and bolts of how your camera works
How to pick the right camera
Depth of field and compression tutorials
All about lenses and accessories
Glossary of terms
BONUS: A gear guide cheat sheet
Week 2: Composition and Light
The rules of composition
The importance of light (and how to use it)
How to shoot in RAW
How to master white balance
Week 3: Managing and Editing Your Work
Editing your photos (with video tutorials on Lightroom)
How to organize your photos
How to store and save your files
How to manage your editing workflow
Week 4: Compact Cameras and Mobile Photography
The basics of mobile photography
Advanced tricks with mobile photography
How to edit your photos on your phone
Compact camera tips and advice
Week 5: Advanced Photography Techniques, Part I
Week 6: Advanced Photography Techniques, Part II
Astrophotography and night photography
Week 7: Advanced Photography Techniques, Part III
Week 8: The Business of Photography
How to promote your photography business
How much to charge for your photos
How to succeed at building an online platform
6 Expert Photographer Interviews
You also get exclusive interviews with some of the world’s top travel photographers.
Brendan Van Son
Brendan is a professional photographer. In this interview, he goes in-depth on making money as a photographer.
LOLA AKINMADE AKERSTROM
Lola’s work has appeared in over 85 publications. In this interview, she talks about how to get started.
Daniel runs workshops around the world. In this interview, he discusses how to find freelancing work.
Edin is the editor-in-chief of Shut Your Aperture. In this interview, he discusses commercial photography.
Director of Tourism
Jaume Marin is the Director of Tourism for the Costa Brava region and his interview explains what brands are looking for when hiring photographers
Sarah Ann Loreth
Sarah Ann Loreth is a self-taught professional photographer who specializes in fine art and travel photography.
This course is different than most online courses.
Most online courses are like taking a class where the professor drops the text book on the table and says “OK, read this — and there will be a test in six months” and then walks out. They give you the information but provide no support. OUR CLASS IS A PARTNERSHIP. We’ll answer all your questions, provide feedback on your photos, and be there when you need help.
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With over 30 individual lessons, multiple homework assignments, and a series of videos, this is the most robust travel photography course on the market.
If you’ve ever looked at beautiful images and wondered how to get shots like that… If you want to understand how to take better images… If you want to learn how to make money as a professional photographer… then this course is for you!
Get started today for three payments of $33 USD!
3 Payments of $33
1 Payment of $89
I’m fully committed to helping you improve your blog and become a success. You can test-drive the course for 30 days, reading the material, listening to the webinars and interviews, and checking out the case studies. If you take the course, complete the assignments, and do the work but still don’t feel the course is right for you or will improve your blog, I’ll happily refund 100% of your money. (See the FAQ for more detail.)
Meet Your Instructor
“Laurence is a full-time professional travel photographer who travels the world looking for awesome things to photograph, documenting his adventures on his travel blog Finding the Universe. He’s been taking pictures for over two decades, and has over a million followers across social media. He has given talks at travel conferences such as TBEX and has led workshops on photography in locations from Dublin to Sri Lanka. Laurence is a photography ambassador for Vanguard Photography and was named a top-ten travel photographer by USA Today. When not on the road, you can find him living in Scotland, admiring the mountains and sipping whisky.