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Excellent course for Scholar level photographers to understand the secrets of photography at the same time to strengthen your Learner level foundations of photography.

Photograph can be confusing for beginners. If you can ensure the basics, you will enjoy learning the most complicated tricks of this science and art. Learn the most important aspects with images and in the simplest of terms.

Course Currilcum

    • How Cameras Work 00:15:00
    • Learn or refresh your earlier lessons on how cameras work. It is essential to synthesise what you have already learnt.
    • Exposure 00:00:00
    • Learning how exposure works will help you to take control of your camera and take better photos.
    • Aperture 00:00:00
    • Shutter Speed 00:00:00
    • Knowing how your shutter speed works is a key element in the basics of photography.
    • ISO 00:00:00
    • As you turn the ISO number up, you increase the exposure. But, at the same time, the image quality decreases.
    • Exposure Summary 00:00:00
    • In this post, you will learn about the ‘stop’ based system for measuring exposure.
    • Metering Modes 00:00:00
    • Exposure isn’t as simple as learning about aperture, shutter speed, and ISO. You also have to learn about how your camera looks at light.
    • Histogram 00:00:00
    • Histogram is such a powerful tool to utilize in beginning photography correctly.
    • Shooting Modes 00:00:00
    • There’s also a lot of misconceptions about which mode to use under which conditions. On top of a lot of bias towards not using manual mode.
    • Depth of Field 00:00:00
    • White Balance 00:00:00
    • The white balance changes the color cast of the entire photo. It is responsible for the overall warmth.
    • Focal Length 00:00:00
    • The focal length affects more than just the ‘zoom’. It also influences the perspective.
    • Crop Factor 00:00:00
    • Polarising Filters 00:00:00
    • How to Take Professionally Sharp Images 00:00:00
    • It’s pretty easy to make just a few small mistakes which will result in less sharp images.
    • Camera Lens 00:00:00
    • It’s a great introduction to buying better quality lenses and an excellent way of getting to grips with aperture.
    • Composition 00:00:00
    • Composition is one key factor that gives each photograph its beauty and charm.
    • Rule of Thirds 00:00:00
    • This is probably the first compositional rule that any beginner photographer comes across. And that’s for a very good reason: it’s simple and it works.
    • Visual Weight 00:00:00
    • When you understand visual weight, you’ll start to understand how people look at photos and how you can position certain elements in a frame to direct the viewer’s attention to where you want them to look.
    • Triangles 00:00:00
    • Eye-Lines 00:00:00
    • If you take photos of people, you’re taking photos with eye lines. It’s important to understand the effect that eye lines have on how we view a photo.
    • Balance 00:00:00
    • Balance in a photo affects how we feel when we look at it. An unbalanced photo can make us feel uneasy, whereas a balanced photo will make us feel more relaxed.

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