This intensive 2 day photography course is suitable for people with basic or extended knowledge of how to operate a photographic camera. Over two full days of training you’ll take your photography skills to the next level and you will improve your knowledge of:
Light – understand the colour and behaviour of light (natural, artificial, direction, shape, form and quality)
Camera settings – explore advanced settings and commands on DSLR cameras
Lenses – learn about lens selection, accessories and fine adjustment of your lens and focusing
Advanced Focus – learn about hyperfocal distance and how to take sharp images of still or moving objects
Light Meter – metering your subject and metering modes explained in depth
Accessories – learn about camera accessories which can enhance photographs including reflectors, diffusers and light shapers.
White Balance – understand how to achieve correctly colour balanced images
Exposure – all advanced exposure techniques covered including exposure bracketing, exposure compensation and the magic triangle dynamics
Histograms – learn how to read the histograms and benefit from this info to achieve better balanced exposures
Flash – how to achieve greater images using your flashgun / speedlite
Filters – understand the effects and appropriate use of different filters for different types of photography (fashion, portrait, landscape etc)
Composition Techniques – understand the compositional elements of a photograph and how they can be used to create stronger images
Would you like to step up your game and become very proficient behind the camera, taking pictures like a real pro? Do you have a passion for photography and need some guidance by expert tutors who can unlock your potential?
If so, then the Advanced Photography Course is for you.
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