Mechanics of a DSLR / Mirrorless Cameras
IMPORTANT PURCHASE INFORMATION
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TAKE THIS COURSE IF YOU…
Want to gain a better understanding of your digital single reflex camera (DSLR), or your digital mirrorless camera.
Want to take your camera off of automatic or program control to gain more flexibility and creativity with your picture taking options.
Learn to take control of your camera instead of the camera controlling you! Learn the difference between aperture and shutter priority, and when to use manual mode instead. There are ways to compensate for harsh light, low light, natural light and ambient light. Perhaps you want to take a close up portrait and focus on the eyes, letting the rest of the face fade away. What about the split second to catch your kid at bat connecting with the ball for a home run? Or the velvety smooth essence of a waterfall. The better you understand your camera, the quicker your reactions are which is necessary when photographing life.
Some recent feedback from our students:
I want to thank you again for getting me taken care of with this course. I actually loved it so much, I purchased the other one as well. I’ve now taken both the Rules of Composition AND Mechanics of a DSLR. Both courses were wonderful and I would recommend them to anyone – and will! – Angie E.
Content was well organized and flowed nicely. Video instruction was excellent – clear instructions supplemented with relevant and useful examples. The best online course I’ve taken, and I’ve taken a lot. – Lillian K.
It was very helpful … the teaching format was clear and easy to follow … I found examples of techniques to be be beneficial. – Adrianne R.
It was really worth the price to help me take better pictures – Angela G.
” I am enjoying the online class very much and learning a lot of information about how to use my camera!” – Brian Przybylowski
- Lectures 9
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 118 minutes
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 50
- Assessments Yes