Vincent Ledvina is creating educational photography videos.
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Hi everyone!  I have been teaching photographers and photo-enthusiasts on my YouTube channel for over six-months.  Due to demand from my followers, I have created a platform where you can support me and my channel, helping me continue to provide education photography videos.

Who is Apalapse?
My name is Vincent Ledvina.  I am 18 years old, currently in high school, and the sole creator of the YouTube channel Apalapse.  Photography has always been an interest of mine, but when I bought my first DSLR, I was intimidated by all the principles and elements I needed to know to make professional-quality photos.  This experience drove me to create Apalapse, where I share the knowledge I have gained through concise flat-design animations.

Why Patreon?
So far, I have been creating videos out of my own budget.  While I love to share my knowledge with the photography community, each video does cost money, and is a setback in my production.  The money you pledge will go directly to producing higher quality animations faster, along with helping me expand to other tutorial formats, such as "in-the-field" style videos, landscape photography vlogs, and gear reviews.

What is the future of Apalapse?
I will always be producing educational animations monthly, but I would like to expand my channel to other subjects.  With the help of patrons, I would be able to rent camera bodies and lenses for review, a topic which is often discussed among photographers.  I would provide an unbiased, analytical method to test photography gear, with a production of the same quality as my other videos.  "In-the-field," style videos are a genre I would like to explore, where I would combine my passion for photography with education, sharing the process by which I take photos, from camera settings to composition.  Currently, my only obstacle in creating videos of these two genres is monetary.
Goals
$1 of $100 per month
At $100 per month, I will start producing camera gear reviews.  I will take suggestions from my community and review popular camera bodies and lenses, using a statistical and analytical approach to form a recommendation.  Gear questions are often the most common, and my objective and unbiased opinion will provide a great resource for the photography community.
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Hi everyone!  I have been teaching photographers and photo-enthusiasts on my YouTube channel for over six-months.  Due to demand from my followers, I have created a platform where you can support me and my channel, helping me continue to provide education photography videos.

Who is Apalapse?
My name is Vincent Ledvina.  I am 18 years old, currently in high school, and the sole creator of the YouTube channel Apalapse.  Photography has always been an interest of mine, but when I bought my first DSLR, I was intimidated by all the principles and elements I needed to know to make professional-quality photos.  This experience drove me to create Apalapse, where I share the knowledge I have gained through concise flat-design animations.

Why Patreon?
So far, I have been creating videos out of my own budget.  While I love to share my knowledge with the photography community, each video does cost money, and is a setback in my production.  The money you pledge will go directly to producing higher quality animations faster, along with helping me expand to other tutorial formats, such as "in-the-field" style videos, landscape photography vlogs, and gear reviews.

What is the future of Apalapse?
I will always be producing educational animations monthly, but I would like to expand my channel to other subjects.  With the help of patrons, I would be able to rent camera bodies and lenses for review, a topic which is often discussed among photographers.  I would provide an unbiased, analytical method to test photography gear, with a production of the same quality as my other videos.  "In-the-field," style videos are a genre I would like to explore, where I would combine my passion for photography with education, sharing the process by which I take photos, from camera settings to composition.  Currently, my only obstacle in creating videos of these two genres is monetary.

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