This is the final lesson of the course and includes some parting words of encouragement and final thoughts.
1.Introduction1 lesson, 02:46
2.Lines4 lessons, 20:12
3.Shape4 lessons, 16:42
4.Color Theory4 lessons, 16:49
5.Visual Weight4 lessons, 18:38
6.Conclusion1 lesson, 01:17
Hey everybody, Kirk Nelson here once more. First of all, let me say thanks for watching. I hope this course has inspired you to reconsider the way you approach photography. Once you have a firm grasp of these design concepts, and you start to see them in the world around you, and you can apply them to your shots, I'm confident that you will find your photographs are much more visually pleasing, intentional, and overall, more professional. These designs concepts have been forged on the irons of artist's canvas and sculptor's marble for generations. Now you can take advantage of them for your modern medium of photography. The world is your canvas, and the shutter is your paintbrush. Go make some art. If you're interested in some of my other work here at Tuts Plus I'd encourage you to take a look at my instructors page. I've got a lot more courses and tutorials for design, illustration, and even some photography-related projects, too. My goal for this course, is the same as it is with all my courses, to inspire you to learn and grow. So, if you picked up a new skill or you have a technique that you didn't have before then you've grown in even just a small way, and I consider this a success. I think you should too. With that, this is Kirk Nelson with Tuts Plus signing off.