As a creative photo artist, your job, in many ways, is to push beyond conventional snapshots.
One way to do so is by playing with light and time when shooting.
This can produce dazzling results. Which is why slow-shutter images are so much fun to make.
Just six months ago, celebrated iPhoneographer Nicki Fitz-Gerald released a highly popular short course specifically on such photography for the iPhone.
But while long-exposure photos can be beautiful in their own right, learning to carry those images into a powerful app like Procreate and DO something even more artistic with them can open up a whole world of fresh creative possibilities.
The artistry inherent in such images can be carried SO much further when you dive into the editing . . . and approach it like a painter.
Which is precisely why Nicki has spent the past six months (and really the past couple of years) preparing what she considers her most exciting course yet . . .