Chris quickly pointed out that the problem with the pano was caused by using a wide angle lens and not placing the horizon line in the center of the frame. Lens distortion on the outside of the wide angle frame caused the problem.
It was such an easy fix! But while learning on my own, I didn't know the right question to ask.You don't know what you don't know!
It was around that time that I developed a step-by-step system, and once I started using it, my photography changed forever. But what REALLY pushed me over the top was having a coach and mentor to motivate me, guide me, give me the skills and as a result, it gave me the confidence I needed to become a professional photographer.
I started entering my pictures in contests and I began winning awards. I got followers on social media, and the most AMAZING thing started happening...people contacted me and asked if they could buy my prints.
The best part? I have now been able to help over 240,000 photographers from around the world who are using my photography tools, tutorials and courses.
My photography exploded!
People I don't even know have my pictures hanging in the living rooms of their homes!