Get your ‘Guide to Photography’ free in this Saturday’s Guardian

Great photography doesn’t go unnoticed here at My Fashion Life and it’s safe to say that we could all do with a lesson or two in bettering our skills behind the camera. Luckily for us, there’s an epic 84 page guide to photography which comes free with this weekend’s Guardian (out on Saturday November 17th).

As well as reading up on photography,the guide also lets you get in on the action too, as Head of Photography Roger Tooth encourages you to take creative control of your camera, while award-winning photographer Dan Chung helps you understand and find the perfect, latest pieces of equipment to take those photos. Pretty cool, huh?

There are seven exclusive masterclasses within the guide, where the photographers reveal their personal inspirations, and also give out invaluable advice. To make it just that little bit more interactive, there are also seven reader challenges which allow you to put everything you’ve learnt to the test.

If you want to show off your new skills (and why wouldn’t you?!) you can send your images to before the end of the year, and you could win a free place on the ‘Guardian Photography

masterclass of your choice’.

A great prize for those really interested in kick-starting a career in photography or just those igniting their passion for the craft.

And if you’re blown away by the stunning image on the front cover of the guide, you may be pleased to know that it came courtesy of a talented individual who won the Guardian’s photography competition last month. Over 500 images were submitted, and the winner was selected by Brett Rogers, director of the Photographers’ Gallery!

You can pick up your copy of the guide in the Guardian which is out this Saturday. Do you think it’s an interesting idea? Will you be buying it?
Let us know if you decide to enter – and good luck!< Sponsored Post

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