Lifestyle Photography: Everyday Storytelling in Photo & Print

Dan Rubin, Designer + Travel & Lifestyle Photographer

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6 Videos (26m)
    • Introduction

      1:12
    • Prepping to Shoot for the Day

      4:34
    • Shooting in Soho

      5:17
    • Selecting Your Photos

      4:22
    • Editing Your Photos

      5:42
    • Printing & Digitally Publishing Photos

      4:33

About This Class

Have a million photos on your phone, and wondering what's next? Join photographer and designer Dan Rubin as he shows how to transform everyday photos from an NYC afternoon into stories to share both in print and online.

Over the course of 25 minutes, Dan shares insightful ways to visually capture an experience or place, including:

  • Prepping for exploration
  • Shooting tips
  • Selecting the best photos for telling your story in print and online

This class will empower photographers and enthusiasts alike to transform a simple afternoon exploration into tangible prints! Your friends are sure to be impressed by the artwork on your walls.

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Colorado-based Artifact Uprising offers custom photo books, prints and gifts. Driven by its mission to move stories “Off your device, into your life,” the company is known for its premium quality papers, responsibly-sourced materials, and elevated design.

See for yourself at ArtifactUprising.com.

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Concise & clear information for make good stories with your photos...
Ingrid Lebihan

Heart Expression & Creativity Lover

Simple but inspiring way to consider composing and compiling photographs to tell a story, adding a more interesting dimension to your albums.
Very basic but really helpfull for beginners

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Dan Rubin

Designer + Travel & Lifestyle Photographer

Born in Miami Beach and now living in London, Dan is a designer, photographer, and teacher.

One of Instagram’s earliest beta testers and a speaker at the world’s first mobile photography conference, 1197, his work was featured in iTunes upon Instagram’s launch and he has become one of the most-followed, non-celebrity mobile photographers, with more than half a million followers on Instagram alone. He is co-founder and editor-at-large of The Photographic Journal, runs a boutique consultancy, webgraph, and travels the world on photographic commissions for select clientele including Barbour, O2, RedBull, Starwood Hotels, Williams Martini, and more.