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Published: 21/06/2019
By: Brandon

I recently announced the launch of Tony Colangelo’s video tutorial, The Art & Science of Great Composition. With that announcement came a limited time 15% discount. That discount period will be coming to a close at the end of day (UTC) on June 23rd. For anyone looking to up their game, I strongly encourage you to take advantage of the savings before it's too late. This composition tutorial has had more impact on the quality of my photography than any other education; and I know it has already helped hundreds of other photographers in our community.

Tony's tutorial has been very well-received since it's release; in fact, it’s been one of the most successful product launches in PFRE’s history. The video has garnered rave reviews from absolute beginners to seasoned photographers. Here is a testimonial from an experienced shooter in our community:

Tony’s video is an insightful and enlightening analysis of composition. It may be the best information I didn’t know I needed. I’ve frequently struggled with composition, nailing it occasionally… but not exactly understanding why. I am not a beginner, having shot real estate for 16 years. I wish I would have had it 16 years and thousands of houses ago. Since watching the tutorial, I now see “lines” running throughout the room that I didn’t see before, and it has changed how I see the room and set up the shot. I have been implementing the strategies for the last several shoots and am so happy with the improvements. After delivery of photos for a regular client/stager just yesterday, I received a text… “gorgeous photos.” I’ve shot for her at least 50 times and don’t remember her doing that before. Coincidence? The tutorial was worth many times the price paid!

~ Brian Covington, Santa Clarita, CA

As noted in the testimonial, Tony's tutorial highlights the importance of understanding WHY a great shot, actually is, a great shot. In about 2.5 hours, his tutorial does a deep-dive into the core principles and theories behind what actually makes a great composition. It also reviews the psychology and neuroscience that’s at play when the viewer is deciding whether they like the shot or not. Tony's composition teachings, from when we started working together in coaching, a number of years ago, are still with me and I use them at every single shoot to this day.

For more information, go to Tony’s website or contact Tony directly.

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