Are you stuck operating your Camera in Auto Mode?
Do you have a camera ready to learn but can't seem to find the right training that makes photography simple?
This Course is dedicated to simplifying the 3 elements that will put you in creative control over every shoot that you have. Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO. What I found is that most times starting out, photographers think they understand the concept of how to use aperture, shutter speed, and iso until there put in a dark room and asked to take photos. Not good right???? In this training, I help you understand when to use the 3 and what part of the image that decision effects.
Feel free to follow along with your camera to truly retain the instructions. I suggest you watch the training videos first and then follow along so that you will fully get the concept. If your able to focus in and follow along the first time that will be A-Okay.
In this 30 minute course, I will make sure to give you a clear understanding of how to control the lighting in any situation. Taking you from Automatic mode to fully manual mode in no time. The practice is the key to learning and creating a truly wonderful experience for yourself.
Class includes 4 video lessons, 2 field assignments to practice the techniques learned in the training.
Once you understand you will be able to create very nice photo's with any camera. Within 2 of the assignments, I challenge you, to use just your cell phone that forces you to not get overwhelmed with the tool or camera used but allowing you to focus on the message of what you're looking to convey to your audience.
You should take this course if you want an easy to understand the concept of controlling lighting better.
This course is for Beginners to Photographers still struggling with the concept of how to control the Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO.
The first of 3 elements used to control the lighting is the Aperture. In this sample we use the Aperture to also change the depth of field or focus point of the object of interest.
The last of 3 elements used to control the lighting is the ISO. In this sample we use the ISO to create a cool black and white photo with a little grain.
- Students should have a camera in order to follow along the course to gain full understanding of the subject matter.