Basics of Digital Photography Class

Going from your camera’s auto mode to manual mode is a big step. Before you can master manual mode, you need to learn how each camera setting affects your images and then put all that information together—there’s a lot to remember! This online class from Craftsy and professional photographer Rick Allred aims to start from the beginning and get you using manual mode with confidence. Found here: Basics of Digital Photography

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The Basics of Digital Photography Class

In this course, you’ll move beyond auto mode and gain control of your photographs with step-by-step guidance from Santa Fe Photographic Workshops instructor Rick Allred. The class aims to cover everything you need to know to master your camera’s features. Learn to use shutter speed and depth of field to maximize detail, minimize distractions, and create the best photos possible. Discover the limitless potential of zoom, wide-angle and telephoto lenses and find out how to make bright colors pop. Discover inspiring ideas for compelling compositions and start taking photos you’re proud to share.

What You Get:

  • 9 HD video lessons with anytime, anywhere access
  • Class materials that include Rick’s gear list and photography tips
  • Hours of close-up instruction
  • Answers from Rick in the virtual classroom
  • Personalized feedback on your photos
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Essential DSLR techniques

Topics Covered:

  • White Balance
  • Metering Modes
  • Exposure Compensation
  • Focusing Modes
  • Light & Exposure
  • Shutter Speed
  • ISO
  • Aperture
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Master your camera’s features

  • Hard vs. Soft Lighting
  • Lens Flare
  • Your Camera’s Light Meter
  • Lenses
  • Filters
  • Composition
  • Creativity
  • Media Management

Found here: Basics of Digital Photography

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