When you're finished, how do you keep getting better? How do you keep increasing your skill and getting better at taking these photos? And like with most things, the answer is practice, practice, practice. I've been taking photos for almost ten years now, and I'm not saying that you're going to have to do that yourself. But there is practice in everything we do. It's going to take you a while before you start to perfect things. The more photos you take, the more you're going to understand lighting and everything else like that.
It's the same as riding a bicycle. You didn't jump on that first go and ride down the road. You probably fell off a few times. You didn't know what you were doing. Photography is exactly the same and all it takes is lots and lots of practice. Other than practicing, it's really, really good for you to keep educating yourself and looking at some other educational content too. So you can watch more videos on here. Maybe you can watch some videos elsewhere. If you have a friend who's a photographer, maybe try and get some tips and tricks from them.
Try taking photos of different things too. There are lots of awesome podcasts out there as well. There are plenty of other videos on Oberlo and there are so many other opportunities to learn too. Thank you very much for joining in for my course. Hopefully, you've learned something. Hopefully, you've had a good time and you like this weird space that I live in that I call home. If you'd like to see more about me and my life and my travels, you can check me out on Instagram. It's just @Benwaugh.
Or you can follow me on YouTube, check out my website, benwaugh.com. Everything's going to be there. I'm always open to hearing what you guys think. I'd love to hear your thoughts on this course. Shoot me a message. I'm more than happy to help you out and answer some questions that you've got as well. Thanks, everyone. Good luck.