I teach Photography, Photoshop and Lightroom to young students and adults in London, England. Over the years, I’ve learned a lot about what works and what doesn’t. I get to see through the eyes of students as they experiment and try to communicate visually. What they ultimately learn is that clicking the shutter is the best teacher.
I owe a lot of what I know to Bryan Peterson, Scott Kelby, Chris Orwig, David duChemin, Dave Cross, and Matt Kloskowski. Now it’s my time to give back and help others fall in love with photography.
The purpose of this blog is simple: To help others improve their photography. I’ll post exercises to spark creativity as well as important camera and processing techniques. However, this blog is for me as well as my readers. All the photos that I use as examples will be my own. I look forward to the challenge of producing images that will help others learn.
Portraiture, night photography, and landscapes are my real passion, and my favorite photographers are Henri Cartier-Bresson, Guy Tal, Eric Meola, and David duChemin. Lately, I’ve been enthralled by the landscape work of Marc Adamus.
You can visit my portfolio at: http://henryct.500px.com