8-hour Online Digital Photography Course

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8-hour Online Digital Photography Course

600.00 800.00

Welcome!

In this private online course, I’m offering 8 hours of one-on-one comprehensive photography training. This course will provide you with an in-depth technical understanding of digital photography and all of its components.

The course will be broken down into 4 x 2 hour sessions based on the schedule of the student and will cover the following:

1) Intro & Camera Basics:

  • Shutter Speed

  • ISO

  • Aperture

  • Film and Digital?

  • What kind of film should I use?

  • What kind of memory cards should I be using? 

  • RAW vs JPEGs

  • How to shoot in manual ALL THE TIME, and why you should never shoot in Auto

  • What lenses should I use?

  • When and why should I use a tripod?

  • When should I use my in-camera flash? 

2) File Storage:

  • How to store your photos SAFELY and have a fail-safe system

  • How to organize your photos so that you never lose another image

  • In-depth exploration of using Lightroom catalogs to store and organize your photos

  • How to process photos through Lightroom and Photoshop

  • How to work with different lighting styles

3) How to Shoot Landscapes:

  • What lens should I use?

  • How should I expose the images?

  • Is it better to overexpose or underexpose?

  • How do I make sure that my image is in focus?

  • How do I get my subject in focus and make the background all nice and blurry without photoshop?

  • How about light? Catchlights?

4) How to Make the Perfect Edit in Lightroom & Photoshop: 

  • How to edit for exposure.

  • How to select the best images out of multiples.

  • How to remove distracting and unnecessary stuff from images using advanced photoshop techniques

  • What to look for when editing highlights, whites, shadows, and blacks

  • What is the appropriate amount of sharpening?

If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch.

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Sebastian

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