Another video tip for you on the YouTube channel – and please subscribe to the channel if you haven’t yet. Today’s tip is on focus points.
Yes, it’s dramatic… but I do not think it is overly dramatic. These are, after all, dramatic times, where everything we hold dear (like enough money to eat; a car to drive; people to be close to) is suddenly changed or uncertain.
Fortunately, the studio will eventually open again. And I have enough trust in humanity to believe that people will come back, eventually.
It is getting serious: financially and psychologically, many people will not be able to take much more of this. 75 days and counting, and “social distancing” will be, say many, the “new normal”. Not a normal I would like to live with, frankly.
But there are ways to lighten the effect. One is to do the normal things, but do them online – interactively, live, with actual people in real time. Check out my courses, which I now teach online in real time. And if you haven’t done so yet, do check out my YouTube channel (link on the right). And stay strong.
For those of you who have not yet seen the store, here it is. And I do hope we will be opening again very shortly – stay tuned!
As you will know, I do quick tips – until the store reopens, I am passionate about helping you all get the best out of photography. So… do not forget to check out the new videos on the YouTube channel! But here, for your convenience, are the last two–and there will be more in the coming days and weeks.
This time, a tip for the more advanced users. Enjoy!
I aim to produce some “Quick Tip” videos, mainly aimed at beginning photographers – though some will be advanced. Tip 1 is now on my YouTube Channel – link on the right, or direct here. Enjoy, and let me know what you think!