Amateur Vs. Pro: How Differently The Same ‘Ugly’ Location Looks When You Become A Professional Photographer

About two years ago, I used to go about my usual everyday life like most people do, not noticing all of the beauty around me. After I picked up a camera and started taking photos of my kids, I started to see the world in a whole new way. Once you start to see it, you can’t un-see it.

I started to notice how light affected things, and how looking at something from a different perspective could change the whole scene. The whole world seems to be trying to tell us a story in the most beautiful and colorful display. It’s like watching a movie, but it’s all around us, and we’re living it.

After becoming a photographer, I slowed down from this crazy fast paced world and started to appreciate the masterpieces that were before my very eyes. This was a life changing experience for me!

I want everyone to have this same experience. So I created a free photography course for anyone who wants to give it a shot. I show you how you can do this with a cheap camera and cheap lens. I’ve even used my cell phone when I didn’t have my camera with me.

You can see more of my work and/or check out my free photography course on my website.

More info: philliphaumesserphotography.com

10+ Photos Showing What Most People See, And What A Photographer Sees

10+ Photos Showing What Most People See, And What A Photographer Sees

10+ Photos Showing What Most People See, And What A Photographer Sees

10+ Photos Showing What Most People See, And What A Photographer Sees

10+ Photos Showing What Most People See, And What A Photographer Sees

10+ Photos Showing What Most People See, And What A Photographer Sees

 

10+ Photos Showing What Most People See, And What A Photographer Sees

 

10+ Photos Showing What Most People See, And What A Photographer Sees

10+ Photos Showing What Most People See, And What A Photographer Sees

 

10+ Photos Showing What Most People See, And What A Photographer Sees

 

10+ Photos Showing What Most People See, And What A Photographer Sees

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