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Advanced Topics—Problem Solving

Lecture no. 21 from the course: Fundamentals of Photography

Advanced Topics—Problem Solving

Taught by Professor Joel Sartore | 28 min | Categories: Hobby & Leisure

In order to be a better photographer, you need to be a visual problem solver. Mr. Sartore, using his own career experiences, takes you through varying levels of difficult situations—such as shooting in Antarctica, on a snowy road, or throughout a massive city—to illustrate the importance of mastering this skill.

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