PhotoNERDs founders, Chris and Adam set out on a new Sunday School adventure this week searching for new subjects and new photographic lessons to share with the photography community.

In this weeks episode, PhotoNERDs bare with the awful Sacramento summer heat before stumbling upon a super cool High-rise building. Chris Thompson, aka: Jack Thatcher talks through his settings, what he was seeing and what he was thinking of doing with this image after post processing. This is the perfect example of pre visualization of an image from start to finish.

In the end the final photograph was a graphic work of art, simplistic in form but complex in design; perfect art to hang in any home.

PhotoNERDs Sunday School Episode 24

Also, if you missed the interview with Toby and PhotoNERDs Co-Founder Adam Furtado, you will want to check that out. They discuss the misconception that landscape photography means you need a wide angle lens and they dive in why telephoto lens may actually be a better option. Click here to see what they say.

One of the unique services offered by PhotoNERDs is one-on-one Photoshop and Lightroom mentoring via remote access. They have spent countless hours mentoring photographers of all levels, on ways to increase productivity, creativity and efficiency in photography.

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