Supreme Photographer
Would you like to be a better photographer?

Start by taking the test and see if you are making any of the classic photography mistakes.

By doing that, you’re well on your way to taking better photos.
Would you like to become a better photographer?
Are you dreaming of taking better photos? If so, I’m sure I can help you.

Here at Supreme Photographer, you get tips and advice for how to become better at photography.

And you can be sure I’ll do it in a language everyone can understand.

Because photography should be simple.

Of course, you need to know a few principles behind photography, if you want to be a great photographer.
I can help you with that.

But technology for the sake of technology is not my thing.

A camera is just a tool – a means to taking pictures.

Ultimately, it’s the photographer behind the camera that determines if the result is good or bad.
Take advantage of my vast knowledge and experience
My name is Morten Elm. And I have been taking pictures ever since I got my first SLR camera as a child.

Well, actually that’s not quite true. Because really, I’ve been taking pictures even longer.

Before I got my own camera, I borrowed my dad’s.

And after being out taking pictures, I spent hours in the darkroom in our basement.
Since then, I’ve spent a whole lot of hours on photography – not least on my many journeys to more than 80 different countries.

The knowledge and experience I have achieved through a wide variety of subjects and settings have been invaluable to me.

But I didn’t get to where I am today without making all the classic photography mistakes.

However, that way I can help you avoid making the same mistakes. 

The first step for you is to take the test and see if you are making any of the classic photography mistakes.

Because although it’s always fun to take pictures, it’s more fun when the results turn out great as well.
An “amateur” (who has tried a little bit of everything)
I am not a professional photographer – and you should be happy about that.

Because I might not have a long education as a photographer behind me.

But on the other hand, I can still remember what it was like, getting mixed up about all that aperture and depth of field stuff, having to decide about using flash (or not), getting photos that were too dark (or light), etc.

Things that many professional photographers know by heart – therefore often forgetting that us “happy amateurs” aren’t always right on top of it.

So even though there are a great many great teachers among the professional photographers, I have, unfortunately, experienced the opposite as well.
There is no doubt they were great at photography. But they weren’t quite as great at teaching it.

I don’t make that mistake – because I know what you’re up against, when you are taking pictures.

So take advantage of my knowledge and experience – and let me help you find a shortcut to better photos.

You can start by taking the free 2-minutes test to see if you are making any of the classic photography mistakes.
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