One of the primary difficulties with any type of training, photography or otherwise, is that we all have different ways of learning, thinking, and comprehending.
Sure, there are some commonalities that apply to everyone.
However, here is where those commonalities can cause problems.
Most training programs, or even training guides, must follow a path.
The creator of the program, or the guide, must start you on your path to learning somewhere, and they also must bring you to an end result… somewhere further down the line.
Their path may not be the best answer to your learning needs.
This is especially true if you are self-learning.
Now if you are sitting in a classroom at your local university, and taking photography classes, you are destined to proceed as your Professor guides you.
But, most of us are not learning in that environment these days. We learn online. It’s digital. It’s self-guided.
The classic approach to education is linear.
The training that I’m going to share with you today, trains in a non-linear fashion.