1 Hour Beginner Photography Workshop
Duration: 58m | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 30fps | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2 ch | 3.5 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Get off Auto Mode! Learn the camera controls you need to take amazing photographs. DSLR, Nikon, Canon, Sony, Olympus
You have a nice camera - a Digital SLR or a all-in-one digital camera with controls - that probably cost you a lot of money. You think it should do more than your phone or a simple point-and-shoot - and it does! But since you got the camera, and the thick manual, with tiny type, that came with the camera you've been stuck on Auto mode.
Look at your camera - it probably has a wheel near the shutter button, maybe even two. It has a dial on top with colors, letters, and maybe little pictures. And on the back of the camera there is yet another kind of dial that rotates or goes up-down right-left, and more buttons all over the place. And if that isn't enough, you have a menu that has lots of sections; and each section has a long list of choices.
That's OK, because in one hour I'm going to teach you what you need to know to take great pictures. You will learn the two most important ways to use the Shutter, and the two most important ways to use the Aperture. And that's it - that’s all you need to take amazing pictures. With the techniques I’m going to teach you, you'll be shooting like a pro in no time.
What am I going to get from this course?
*Over 22 lectures and 58 mins of content!
*Use your Digital SLR, or high-end Digital Camera, to take amazing photographs.
*Understand what the Aperture is and how to use it.
*Understand what the Shutter is and how to use it.
*Change your Shutter Speed, your Aperture, or your ISO.
*Use Shutter Priority Mode to stop action.
*Use Shutter Priority Mode to create an action scene with stop motion blur.
*Use Aperture Priority Mode to get everything in focus.
*Use Aperture Priority Mode to intentionally blur the background and make your subject stand out.
*Understand -both- Auto modes.
*Understand ISO, and set your ISO for bright and dark situations - or use Auto ISO.
*Hold your camera correctly.
*Hold your camera steady.
*Understand the difference between Wide Angle and Telephoto lenses.
*"See" light, and use light to your advantage.
*Frame a scene before bringing the camera to your eye.
*Use perspective to your advantage.
*Compose better pictures and understand basic composition tricks.
*Use flash or reflectors to fill shadows.
*Use the dial on top of your camera.
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