Improve your travel photos in one week

7-day free mini-course

Enroll in our completely free mini-course delivered into your inbox daily.

Jan will share with you seven actionable tips that will help you elevate your travel photography skills.

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Learn pro tips across multiple genres…

Travel photography is incredibly broad and a good travel photographer needs to master multiple photography genres, including landscape, cityscape, and portrait photography and more.

…As well as techniques to master them

Besides actionable tips to improve each of these genres, you’ll get a better understanding of how to setup your camera to yield the desirable results.

We’ll touch best practices when using a tripod, and multiple composition tricks professional photographers use.

Last but not least, you’ll get into the head of a travel photographer and how to think about your craft.

Right in your inbox, at your own pace

I know that time is a scarce resource for many of us. To make the course deliverability as simple for you as possible, I will deliver each lesson to your email inbox every day for a week.

If you don’t feel like doing the lesson sometimes, you can always come back when it’s convenient. It’s entirely up to you!

Here's what you will learn

Some cities look their best at night. You’ll learn the best time to shoot the cities and how to set up your camera for fantastic results.

Practice makes perfect. I’ll give you ten ideas for your photo project to keep you engaged with your camera throughout the year.

Photographing people is one of the most exciting genres in travel photography. Producing captivating images brings its challenges. I will share my eleven pro tips on how to face and overcome them.

You will explore a new concept of incorporating a human element in your landscape photos and learn why editors often favor these over plain landscapes.

You will learn the main reasons behind blurry images, and I’ll provide you with proven solutions for avoiding common mistakes so your pictures come out tack sharp, even without a tripod.

You will expand on the subjects to photograph in a destination, so you bring home a varied portfolio showcasing a complete picture of the place, its people, and traditions.

You will discover a compositional technique that gives your photos another layer of interest.

In the bonus lesson, you will learn a compositional technique that beginners often need to learn. But when utilized right, you will elevate your photos by one level immediately.

Brought to you by Jan Miřacký

As a founder of Shuttermoon, sharing my knowledge and helping passionate photographers of all levels brings me joy and a sense of fulfillment.

If anything needs to be clarified, please do reach out to me and ask. I’m always happy to help!

Travel photographer Jan Miřacký, Yosemite

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