Tin Man Wildlife Photography
The Ultimate Online Boot Camp
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Are you frustrated that your wildlife photos don't have enough emotional and visual impact? In this boot camp, I will teach you my proven, step-by-step system for taking world-class wildlife photos that have emotional and visual impact, building your portfolio with timeless images that will last a lifetime.
Through this 6-week boot camp (6 modules with a total of 15 hours of video tutorials with carefully crafted reading materials and quizzes), you will master the language of wildlife photography, and see and approach nature and wildlife in a completely different way. Your photos will move and inspire people, with a greater chance of being published by major magazines and displayed in galleries.
This one-of-a-kind online boot camp (starting 4/9/2017, one module every Sunday for 6 weeks) will not teach you how to take “nice” photos, because the world doesn't need another pretty picture. It will teach you how to take world-class photos with high visual impact. You will acquire a completely new skill-set that is different from what you have been taught. It will save you years of time wasted on mistakes and the trial-and-error process, and lots of money on unnecessary gear or trips. I know that your time is valuable, so the material will be concise, succinct, effective and powerful (free from fillers and fluff).
Hi, I'm Tin Man Lee. I have a full-time job in the biotech IT industry, and I started photography as a hobby in 2000. From 2000 to 2011, I basically sucked at photography, spending time in camera gear forums, snapping pics here and there. My photos were mediocre at best.
Then, in 2011, I began to take photography seriously (while still keeping my day job), and eventually became obsessed with it. I went to numerous workshops and tours to learn from the grand master photographers, did a lot of thinking and soul searching, and spent a lot of time in the wilderness by myself. I developed a system for wildlife photography, and if felt as if I had cracked a code.
Then things suddenly changed. In 2012, I won the NANPA (North American Nature Photographer Association) Top 10 prize, with the winning image making the cover of the annual NANPA Expressions magazine. According to the NANPA chief editor, the winning image was the first ever in the contest’s history to receive full scores from all the judges.
Then, within a year, I won the grand prize at the Nature's Best Photography (NBP) Windland Smith Rice International Competition, which was the top prize among 25,000 entries from 55 countries. My winning photo was exhibited at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, and printed as a 30-foot banner above the museum’s entrance. It also made the Smithsonian calendar cover and NBP magazine cover.
After that, for four consecutive years, my photos was awarded NBP awards, Global Arctic award silver medals, NANPA recognition, and other awards, and was published in numerous magazines and selected as magazine covers, including Alaska magazine. I was invited as a judge for NBP Asia and Viewbug, and was asked to write an article on telephoto lens techniques in Outdoor Photographer Magazine. I was also a featured photographer for Google Nik Softwares. Two of my photos were exhibited at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in 2015 at the “Best of the Best: 20 Years of Nature Photography” exhibit.
In 2015-2016, I was invited for a five-month, 48-photo solo exhibit at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. In 2017, my photos were exhibited at the G2 gallery in Los Angeles, and an interview with me will be featured in the next (April) issue of Wild Planet Photo Magazine.
So what happened? How did I go from being a beginner to having this success? I would like to think that I'm super talented, but that's not it. The main reason is that I found a system for wildlife photography. The system covers the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of wildlife photography. The ideas are very different from the common beliefs about photography. My system is simple to follow, and it has allowed me to produce high-quality photos consistently. In this course, I will teach you how a guy with a full-time job and limited budget found his way into the world of wildlife photography.
Now, for the first time ever, I'm going to teach you this system. But it's just for a limited time.
If I can do it, you can do it too. I just wish that I knew about this 10 years ago! Then I could have saved lots of time, like you are about to.
There are two paths you can take from this point forward.
Path 1: You can try to navigate building your collection of photos on your own, struggling to learn how to choose and set up your camera and lenses, what tools and technology to use to get the best results, how to plan for a trip to have more wildlife opportunities, how to master the language of your photos so they speak to people and move people, how to get more exposure for your photos, and how to grow a massive following.
Path 2: If you enjoy my photos and want to dig deeper into how I took them, here’s your chance to learn a step-by-step system for creating the stunning photos of your dreams.
About This Boot Camp
There will be a total of six modules, plus one bonus module. Each module includes over an hour of video tutorial, which will be presented to you LIVE with Q&A sessions on Thursdays at 6pm Pacific time each week. If you cannot attend the LIVE session, the recorded video will be sent to you afterwards, along with required readings full of in-depth descriptions of my secret techniques for wildlife photography. The last week will include module 6 plus the bonus module.
Module 1 will be sent to you on 4/9/2017, and is called “Physical.” This covers the basics to get you in “shape” with your camera, from choosing your camera, lens, tripod, etc., to all the essential techniques that you didn't know you needed to take a technically perfect photo.
Module 2 will be sent to you on 4/16/2017, and is called “Mental.” It includes advanced metering/exposure/AF tracking/long lens techniques that enable you to capture the fastest motion in the ever-changing environment. In particular, I will teach you the best techniques for shooting birds-in-flight.
Module 3 will be sent to you on 4/23/2017 and is called “Emotional.” It addresses light, story, mood and emotion. You need to surround yourself with the best knowledge in wildlife photography. I have read hundreds of books and talked to numerous world-class photographers. In this module, I will condense some of the most critical wisdom and share it with you. I will tell you who’s who in the field, and what the most important photos are that you must know. From here, I will guide in finding your own style. From this, I will teach you how to capture the decisive moment—how to capture the soul of your subject. I will show you seven techniques to create images that evoke powerful emotional responses. I will teach you the language of wildlife photography and how to see.
Module 4 will be sent to you on 4/30/2017, and is called “Mental.” This covers the most critical mistakes one can make in composition. It teaches you how a very easy trick can turn your photos into powerful compositions. I will go into detail about how different composition triggers different emotions, so you have a practical guide in the field.
Module 5 will be sent to you on 5/7/2017, and is called “Spiritual.” Creativity and visual impact are the focus. This module includes step-by-step methods to create five kinds of emotional images. I will also give you a deep look into art history, and explain to you how to integrate the wisdom of grand master painters and photographers into your wildlife photography. I will go into detail about how and why some of the most iconic wildlife photos became iconic, and how you can turn yours into a timeless classic. I will also explain to you what it takes to capture the soul and spirit of wild animals, and how important it is to have ethics in photo taking.
Module 6 will be sent to you on 5/14/2017. This covers large-format printing, publication, gallery display, photo contests, and Web posting.
Modules 7 (bonus valued at $499) will also be sent to you on 5/14/2017. It will begin by answering some of the most-asked question, such as how to photograph bears (grizzly, coastal brown bear and polar bear) and other wildlife (muskox and babies, Dall sheep, caribou, moose, fox, bald eagles, Arctic terns, etc.) in Alaska. I will give my unique perspective on how to “tackle” Alaska, and how to get the most bang (the best shots) for your money. This covers the secret of trip planning, who's who in wildlife photography, the best workshops/tours to go on, how to maximize your learning from a workshop, how to squeeze time and balance your life when you have a full-time job, the importance of ethics and some dirty secrets of wildlife photography. I will also teach you which locations you should go to first, and how (including Florida, Colorado, Bosque Del Apache and the Falkland Islands).
Who Is This Course For?
This course has been structured for professionals who have day jobs but want to maximize their limited travel opportunities to create world-class photos without wasting too much time.
It is also great for someone who has just retired or is planning to retire, and who has been successful all their life in their career. Someone who is seeking a way to express themselves through wildlife photography, and wants to create emotional photos of the highest quality in the shortest amount of time without taking years of wrong turns.
The course is also great for advanced amateurs who have spent a lot of money on gear but haven't found a way to produce consistent top-quality photos.
It is even great for beginners who don't have cameras yet but are ready to make the best use of their creativity to produce world-class photos.
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