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And here's Episode 1, don't forget to pop over to our new group to discuss at https://www.facebook.com/groups/BecomingAnArtist/ ! :)
New! What’s the #1 Question I get? It’s not exactly about photography, which is surprising to me! But I do answer that #1 Q in  the Just Released Episode 1! 😃  Here it is for you to enjoy at https://youtu.be/iq1bu8H4hxU

Buy the Series (http://goo.gl/qLsQIL) || Discuss this Episode in Trey's Funky Lounge (https://goo.gl/oQUU2c)

Notes from our amazing production team:

In Episode 1, "The Accidental Creation of Me", Trey tells the whole story of how he came to be. He ends the show by showing the photos that will be worked on in all of the episodes in Season 1 and does a brief introduction of the tools he uses.

Entirely shot in Africa, Trey wanted to do something totally different, something he had never done before. This series explores the answers to the following questions…

“What is it like to become an artist?”

“What is it like to find that creative self inside of you?”

and for the practitioner: “How does take and post-process his photos?”

Trey begins each episode with a very personal story. These might be strange stories from his childhood, embarrassing stories as a grown-up, or just weird stories about how he became an artist. You’ll hear how these stories emerged as life lessons which impacted his photography and art. The 15 episodes touch upon topics such as composition, color, light and inspiration. This series will not only show you lots of photography tips & tricks but will inspire you to take your art in bold, new, and interesting directions.

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This was a bit of an experiment. My photo was horribly overexposed, but I really like the composition of the photo and didn't want to disregard it. The result is a single image HDR. It has a bit of a fantasy feel to me. Kinda like it came straight out of Tekken. 
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Critiquepocalypse! 24 hours of free Critiques from Masters of The Arcanum!

For www.TheArcanum.com — on Friday, May 29th we'll be doing 24 hours of critiques for anyone, for free, for photos of any type: Landscape, Portrait/Model, Street, Aerial, Wedding, Macro, whateva!

We'll be live on video (link to be shared on this event) critiquing these things all day long, starting with Trey Ratcliff and several other Masters at midnight, New York time. The Schedule of critiques is at the bottom!

Join the Thunderclap for this event (a cool social BLAST) at: https://goo.gl/4DYd9U

We are currently at over 800 Apprentices and we've had applications from over 100 countries! Be sure to pop over and enter your own application at www.TheArcanum.com - join this amazing new movement and new style of learning!

You can post your images to be critiqued over in THIS thread at: https://goo.gl/l9RvFZ

FB Event: https://goo.gl/X5rGQK 

Schedule (we'll be critiquing photos on video, live, and these will be uploaded to YouTube afterwards):

All times EST (New York Time):

Midnight: Landscape, Travel, Aerial Critiques
Masters so far to critique: Trey Ratcliff, Glenn Guy, Wes Hardaker, George Krieger, Special Guests

9 AM: Portrait, Wedding, Model Critiques
Masters so far to critique: Trey Ratcliff, Stephan Bollinger, Ron Clifford, Jessica Lark, Special Guests

1 PM: Street/Urbex Critiques
Masters so far to critique: Trey Ratcliff, Special Guests

3 PM: Nature/Macro Critiques
Masters so far to critique: Trey Ratcliff, Laurie Rubin, Angela Pan, Special Guests

7 PM: General/Fine Art Critiques
Masters so far to critique: Trey Ratcliff, Ellen Anon, Ron Clifford, Ibarionex Perello, Bob Coates, Trace Aiken, Special Guests
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