Lesson 4, "Knowing Your Rights (13:38 min)," examines the rights that you have as a photographer when you are shooting on a public street. Here you will see when you can assert your rights and when it is time to let things be and move on. Other topics include shooting for black and white, using telephotos to compress the image, using repeating patterns, and pre-visualization for post-processing.
Lesson 5, "Seeing and Controlling Exposure (6:06 min)," is about getting the light right in the camera instead of having to deal with it in post processing. Here you will look at how to compensate for blacks and whites, what kind of lenses to use, and taking ownership of your settings.
Lesson 6, "Camping Out (12:31 min)," is where you hang out where there is a good background and waiting until someone comes along to the background to make the scene complete. This shows how you have to set up the scene and anticipate where the sweet spot is and capturing it.
Lesson 7, "Choosing to Shoot (9:28 min)," means being in control of what you capture and how to challenge yourself to grow whenever you go out. Not being satisfied with capturing the same things over and over, but rather finding different ways to see things. Sometimes this means setting up restrictions to force you to work within these restrictions.
Lesson 8, "Working Within Limitations (12:50 min)," feeds off the last lesson and here the instructor creates a challenge of photographing a park bench that sits off by itself, is surrounded by dirt and has no interesting things around it. You will see as he is guided by the light and the shadows to create something more than just a bench. By doing this kind of exercise, you can slow down and put yourself into a better frame of mind when you are ready to shoot something more entertaining.
Lesson 9, "Discovering the Light (9:33 min)," looks at how reflective light can be used to capture close-ups, portraits, as well as other types of photography. Here they work with skate-boarders doing some action shots as well as posed portraits. Then they follow some of the lighting to photograph some vegetation that is taking on the light.