Here is an awesome class from Marc Silber, coming your way! Even once you’ve learned how to take tack sharp images, going out on assignment is an entirely different beast. This course will teach you how to adapt to new locations, tackle challenges, work with people, and more!

By the end of the class, you’ll have a new appreciation for a day in the life of an assignment photographer as well as all of his tips, tricks, and techniques for creating amazing photos along the way.

What’s inside this class? Check out the lessons below!

Course Overview:

  1. Introduction
  2. The Creative Brief
  3. Bob’s Gear
  4. Digital Storage and Shoot List
  5. Beringer Vineyards
  6. Shoot a Selection That Illustrates a Story
  7. Learn to See How Your Camera Sees
  8. Working with a Subject
  9. Spending a Day in a Place
  10. Visualizing the Shot
  11. Waiting for the Sky
  12. Finding Inspiration
  13. Exploring Bob’s Past Work
  14. Chateau St. Jean Winery
  15. The Secret is to do Research
  16. Using a Drone
  17. Conclusion

Watch Marc Silber’s new course, now on KelbyOne!

Marc Silber

Marc is an author, photographer, filmmaker, and producer. He started out studying in the darkroom and learning photography at the Peninsula School in CA, and moved on to hone his skills to professional standards at the San Francisco Art Institute. Naturally—since Marc’s greatest joy comes from helping others—he began teaching workshops and became renowned as an engaging and helpful speaker/coach.