Photography for People who are not Photographers

Tom Clarke, Product designer and photographer

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6 Videos (40m)
    • Introduction

    • Lesson 2 Foundations

    • Lesson 3 Propose

    • Lesson 4 Compose

    • Lesson 5 Expose

    • Lesson 6 Transpose


About This Class

This course presents a 4-step ‘process’ focused on key foundation skills needed to create great photos.

This course is for those…

    … who don’t want to become professional photographers, but want to take better photos,

    … who may be intimidated by the technical aspects of photography, but want to take better photos,

    … who just want to take better photos, regardless of the camera used.


    …practice a four-step process for taking better photos, including…

          Propose…finding photo opportunities

          Compose…composing photos

          Expose…using camera controls

          Transpose…enhancing existing photos

    …produce a 6-photo Portfolio demonstrating what you learned and that you’ll proudly share. 

6 of 7 students recommendSee All

Very thourough explanation of the basics of good photo-composition. Very easy to understand without a lot of extra comments or information, and with lots of great examples to illustrate the points made. All in all, very accessible and systematic.





Tom Clarke

Product designer and photographer

Living in New Jersey, Tom is a product designer, elearning developer, facilitator, boat builder,
rower... and a photographer. Having taken thousands of photo since he was 10 years old, coupled with his skill and desire to systemize the complex, he developed the four-step process
presented in the course, "Photography for People who are Not Photographers" which focuses on the foundation skills necessary to take even better photos.

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