"This class will help you thrive,
no matter where you are on your photography journey."
As a street photographer, you need confidence more than anything else. Confidence is one of the most essential skills in your toolkit, and it's a skill that many street photographers - both new and seasoned - often struggle with.
Why do you need confidence?
You need confidence to walk the streets and freeze moments in time
You need confidence to get really close to your subjects without fear or hesitation
You need confidence to share your work with the world
You need confidence to believe in your art
That's why I have created something special:
An online class on confidence for street photographers
In this class, I reveal my own journey toward confidence, and I teach you everything I have learned about the art of photographer's confidence: how to build it, how to nurture and maintain it, and how to use it to make better photographs. Because photographs are not taken, they are made through your heart and soul.
I share with you 10 building blocks of photographer's confidence, and give you practical tips on how to cultivate them in your own life and work.
I have also created an accompanying workbook that helps you implement everything you have learned and put it into practice right away.
This class will help you thrive, no matter where you are on your photography journey. Maybe street photography is just a hobby for you, maybe you aspire to become a full-time photographer, and maybe you already are one. Your professional status is irrelevant. The only thing you need is your love for street photography, and the desire to make photographs with joy and confidence.
I have put my photographer's heart and soul into creating this. It’s the foundation of my own creative work that I rely on every day.
This is a fabulous resource for all fellow street photographers, restless wanderers and beautiful madmen.
You will get
10 lessons on courage and confidence
40 page workbook
Lesson 1: Say that you’re a photographer
Lesson 2: Define your own success
Lesson 3: Commit and trust your path
Lesson 4: Continue learning but do not overlearn
Lesson 5: Forget about gear
Lesson 6: Develop a practice
Lesson 7: Get close. And closer
Lesson 8: Do your own thing. Do support, not not compare
Lesson 9: Choose carefully who you listen to
Lesson 10: Show your work. Tell your story