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Hands on Training: Using Photos to Give Direction - July 16, 2008

One of the things that many photographers find challenging is providing hands on training to apprentices and students who are looking to learn more about the art form. After all, how can you show someone what you see through the lens? How can you describe the difference between settings and shutter speeds?

Providing hands on training can be challenging for photographers who are trying to pass on what they know, but it doesn't have to be. Those who want to be sure that others are able to learn from them will find a number of benefits when they start using printed photo books to express themselves.

When using printed photo books for hands on training, you'll find that:

  • It's easier to show the difference between one ISO and another
  • It's easier to show the difference between a macro focus and an image shot at a distance
  • It's easier to show the difference between a night shot taken using a tripod or if you're made the choice to hold the camera

Even when the differences are far from subtle, when you are training someone on a different point of photography, it's great to be able to provide visual examples. With printed photo books, providing that hands on training is far simpler than you may have thought that it would be.


Download our free FamilyMemories™ software today to start creating your photobook! We will be providing many useful photo book tips on these pages to assist you with creating beautiful coffee table books


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Laura, from Underwood, WA
"I just loved my photobook. The color of the photos is just great! I started my photobook last Saturday afternoon and put over eighty photos in the book, finished, proofed and placed the order Sunday afternoon. Now I have the book, this is unbelievable! My husband could not believe I made such a professional book myself! I will definitely make another one for my mom soon. Thank you! "