Karl Taylor - Introduction to Digital Photography DVD CourseCourses For Success
AU$ 49 - (Rs 2,382)
What you'll learn on the course
Creative Composition - By just applying some basic photography composition techniques your photographs can leap from the ordinary to simply outstanding.
Understanding Light - Discover a whole new world of photographic possibilities by actually understanding the main types of light and their impact on your photography.
Apertures & Shutter Speeds – Take control of your DSLR camera as you learn about these fundamental elements. Replace your confusion with enthusiasm to get out there and begin experimenting in manual mode.
How Cameras Work - Cameras, no matter how much they cost all work in roughly the same way. The great news is you really don't have to spend more on your equipment to achieve better photographs. Gain the skills to be able to utilise the full potential of your equipment.
Landscape Photography - What actually contributes to the perfect landscape photograph? Learn how and when to shoot to get the most out of your surroundings.
Capturing Action – Shooting with a fast shutter speed can sometimes ruin an action shot. Learn how some simple settings and a few professional photography tips can make your shots more dynamic.
Optics, Lenses & Focus – A scene shot with two different lenses can yield completely different results. Discover how different lenses change the angle of view and be confident the lens you use is the right one for the shot.
Depth of Field – Depth of field can be a hard concept to grasp. However after this great demonstration explaining the crucial link between apertures and shutter speeds you will be thinking more creatively every time you take a photo.
Using Your Camera in Manual – It’s time to take the training wheels off. Consolidate your knowledge and start practicing in manual mode. With some experience under your belt your photography will improve in leaps and bounds.
ISO and Resolution - Understanding how ISO and Resolution affect your photographs is an important concept. As you get more accustomed to using your camera in manual mode, a basic understanding of ISO and photographic resolution will ensure you are getting the right results in any given situation.