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If You're Tired of Beating Your Head Against the Wall and Continually Failing in Your Efforts to Take Quality Photos, Then This Course Is for You. With It, You'll Finally Find Success!
What type of person are you?
There’s two main types of photographers in this world: one who takes a snapshot and one who creates a photograph. And they are not the same.
Everyone with a smartphone has the capability to take photos. But is that real photography or snapshot shooting? In most cases, it is grabbing a snapshot.
The difference between these two modes of shooting is a snapshot is off-hand with very little thought put into setting up the picture, while a great shot is thoughtfully laid out.
Is there a noticable difference? Yes! There is nothing wrong with taking a snapshot if it serves your purpose, but if you plan on making an enlargement, framing it and hanging it on your wall or if you eventually plan to sell prints, you’ll need to take great shots instead of snapshots.
Here Is a Breakdown of the Lessons ...
- Lesson One – Introduction to Digital Cameras, Lenses and Filters. You’ll learn about the three different types of cameras, lenses and commonly used filters.
- Lesson Two – Digital Camera Features. Do you know what all the icons mean that you’ll find on a DSLR camera? You will after completing this lesson, along with many of the commonly found features.
- Lesson Three – Batteries and Storage Media. Without charged batteries, todays DSLR cameras are useless. In this lesson we cover how to choose the best battery for your camera along with covering storage media cards. Important because they are what holds your photos.
- Lesson Four – Menu Systems. Learn how to set up your camera right from the get go. Do it right and you only have to do it once and forget it.
- Lesson Five – Mode Selection, ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed. This gets into the meat-and-potatoes of photography. How to select the right shooting mode, ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed. These are all set according to what you are trying to convey with your photography.
- Lesson Six – Rules of Composition. There are ten commonly accepted rules of composition. In other words guides to use when putting together a scene or subject for you to shoot.
- Lesson Seven – Travel Photography. Travel photography is different from other types of photography although it incorporates many aspects of other photography, such as landscape, nature, portrait and close-up.
- Lesson Eight – Landscape Photography. In this lesson, we cover the seven tips used when laying out a landscape shot.
- Lesson Nine – Flash Photography. Knowing how to use both an onboard and external flash not only can light up your low light shots, but will improve some daylight ones too. In this lesson you’ll learn when and how to use flash.
- Lesson Ten – Portrait Photography. Whether posed , candid or environmental, portraits look easy to shoot, but arte not. Learn the ins and outs of portrait shooting whether in a studio or outside on location.
- Lesson Eleven – Pet Photography. Nothing is cuter than a pet photo, however they are not easy ot shoot. Learn the tips and tricks to get pets to “pose” for pictures.
- Lesson Twelve – Sports and Action Photography. Photographing fast moving objects is perhaps one of the hardest types of photography there is. But we show you how to make it easy through predictive focusing. Learn how in this lesson.
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