Lisa Gade explains the differences between mirrorless digital cameras and dSLRs. We use a variety of cameras and sensor sizes for this tutorial, including the Canon EOS Rebel, Sony a7, Fujifilm X-T10, Panasonic Lumix LX100 and Sony RX100 IV. What’s the difference in price, weight, size, image quality, video recording, lenses and technology? Watch our video to find out.
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Most new DSLR camera owners use very little of the potential of their cameras. (DSLR = Digital Single Lens Reflex). The thought of moving off AUTO can be daunting. To really get creative control over your photos you need to grasp some basic photography principles – it’s not ‘rocket science’ – but it is essential. This course is to fill that gap in knowledge so you can get into the more creative modes of your camera and start taking better photos. Over 4 Hours Training.
If this Course seems a little too Basic for you check out my Advanced Course for more Creative topics – EasyDSLR Digital Photography Course: Advanced
Recent Member Comment “I’m blown away with how much knowledge I’m retaining when I walk away from each video. It’s exactly my learning style as I’m very much a visual person.” Andy Rose UK
CHAPTER 1: Getting Started gives you an orientation of the course and introduces The Photo Triangle – which is the foundation that most of the concepts in this course rest on.
If you are totally new to DSLR cameras you can watch CHAPTER 2: DSLR Overview where I give you a quick tour of What a DSLR camera is, it’s benefits and essential items in your DSLR kit.
The major portion of this course talks about the 3 Main points to a great photo – The Photo Triangle:
FRAME – compositon and perspective
LIGHT – Tonal values and color
FOCUS – what’s in Focus
You can Download the Printable PDF version of the Photo Triangle in Chapter 1 to have on hand during the course.
Having a solid foundation is key to understanding how the settings interact to create a great photo. In this course I cover Composition, the 3 important settings affecting Exposure: ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed, White Balance, Focus and Depth of Field, Flash basics and Diffusers.
These are some of what you will Discover:
What Essential Items you need in your DSLR Kit
The Photo Triangle — my secret weapon to explaining the Basics
To Compose better Photos using the same Principles DaVinci, Botticelli, Van Gogh and many more used
How to use Auto Focus Points to create better Composition
What Crop Factor has to do with Framing your Subject
The importance of Lens Choice and Focal Length
Exposure and ISO and why it matters
How to get off AUTO
A powerful Tool – in your camera — that ensures perfect Exposure
How Aperture effects your photos
Creative use of Shutter Speed
2 causes of Motion Blur … how to ‘use them’ or ‘lose them’
Pan Method of enhancing Speed in your Photos
Introduction to Exposure Compensation and Bracketing
Why we need White Balance
What is Light Temperature … why it’s useful
Using White Balance Shift
How to set Custom White Balance
My Best Method for using Autofocus Points
Hybrid Auto/Manual Focus Method
What is Depth of Field
3 Main Effects on Depth of Field
How to Isolate your Subject
3 Main situations to use Flash … it’s not just for Night Shots
The best Tool for better Flash Photos
I am confident that you will be much more comfortable using your DSLR camera and will be taking better photos by the end of this course.
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