One of the great pleasures of teaching at Photography Academy is getting to witness our students taking better and better photographs. Testimonials are one way to see what our students think of our Photography Transformation Masterclass, but seeing the work is a whole other thing. Here are some of the best photographs created by our students.
Over the years, we’ve taught more than 293,130 students everything from how to use their cameras, to the techniques and theory behind taking incredible photographs. It’s an amazing feeling to see the students learn about the craft, and start taking photographs that they’re proud of. Here’s a small selection of work that we’ve seen on our Facebook Group specifically for the Photography Transformation Masterclass students.
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“This was in Reelfoot lake. I used a Nikon 7100 with an 80-400mm f/4.5 lens. I used what I learned from lesson 2, compositions and applied it on this photo.” — Jenna Summerlin. Find her work on Instagram.
“As a newbie to photography, the Photography Transformational Masterclass really helped me understand the settings on my camera and how to compose and edit photos. This image (Frosty Tree) is one of my favorites so far. It was taken at the Buffalo River State Park in West Central Minnesota.” — Darren Newville. Find his work on Instagram.
“The Photo ‘The Light’ was taken on the Offa’s Dyke Path in North Wales that stretches the full length of Wales 137 miles in the U.K. I took it after walking all day and had to revert to using my Backpack as a tripod for stability, with the image I could see the sunlight breaking out and I waited until the light it hit the group of trees on the top of the hill. Settings: Nikon Z6 -f/8 1/40s ISO 100” — Steve Warrilow. Find more of his work on YouPic.
“I took this photo at Black Rock Beach near Jacksonville, Florida. I call this photo “The Crown”. This beach has a lot of dead Live Oak trees that have been bleached by the sun and sea. I did some research on the area before I went. I have been practicing with long exposures and I used a Neutral Density filter. I never would have gotten this shot if it were not for the training through the Master Classes. I am having so much fun with my photography and have had people asking me for prints.” — Tami Petty-Neal. Find her work on Instagram.
“I captured this image, called ‘Cobalt Blush’ in March 2020 while on a trip for my final university project. It is an image of Durdle Door on the Jurassic Coast, UK. Captured using a Nikon D810 with a Sigma 18-35mm Art lens. With a ND8 Cokin filter. I used an ISO of 100, F/11 and an exposure time of 10 seconds.” Find more of Lauren Bremner’s photographs on her website.
“Really enjoyed taking Tim’s classes. I learned a lot. Sunset on Wedge Mountain. 2,895 m prominence: 2,249 m, often locally referred to as The Wedge or simply “Wedge”, is the highest summit in the Garibaldi Ranges and also Garibaldi Provincial Park. Taken July 26, 2020. Nikon D800, ISO 4000, 140mm, f/16, 1/640sec.” — Brenden McLoughlin. Find more of his work on his Instagram, brendans.photos_
“This was one of my final assignments done in Tims’s Photography Transformation Master class. My favorite time of the year is the autumn capturing its beautiful essence of the leaves representing change. Time to change those camera settings as per Tim to get that shot. I followed Tim’s guidance and steps in his class and liked how my photo came through. I had a lot of positive comments when I posted my photo on social media. This was captured with Nikon D5300 in Alberta Canada. Thanks Tim!” — Jeni Cousins. Find her work on Instagram, and on Picfair.
“We were in Hawaii (Maui) last December, went to Haleakala Observatory for sunset, unfortunately, the conditions were not particularly good (clouds). So I opted out to return to the summit around midnight to take this bracketed shot. This image is a composite of 174 frames taken over ~48 minutes. It was nice and warm at the sea level, 27 degrees Celsius, and at the summit (9000 ft) in the middle of the night it was 10 degrees Celsius, so I was doing squats and pushups while waiting.” — Pavel Snopok