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      DSLR Photography for Beginners

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      Are you new to DSLR photography? Perhaps you just bought a new compact or DSLR and would like to get the best out of it. This course will help you to get set up to configure your camera for fantastic photos. It is an introduction to the basic principles of photography and a walk through of components and settings.Understand how your camera works, identify the ISO sensitivity, how to choose lenses and the rules of composition. Once you have set it up, you will then be ready to go on to the next phase of the course, which focuses on taking control of your camera.Award winning Photographer Paul Cooper has run his own photography business since 1995 and is here to help you transition from ‘automatic' settings to full manual control. He will show you how to balance light, demonstrate depth of field and teach you how to get the shutter speed right.Your new skills are just a click away!

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      Quais são os objetivos da formação?

      68 lectures and 3 hours of video instruction
      Understand how your camera works and identify which settings to use
      Learn the rules of composition for fantastic images
      Progress from automatic to manual settings with confidence
      Choose the correct lens, shutter speed and aperture 

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      Instructor Intro
      Say hi to your fellow students!
      Share your new course with your friends!

      Camera Basics
      Introduction to Camera Basics
      How does a camera work?
      ISO sensitivity
      Memory Cards

      Set and Forget
      Introduction to Set and Forget
      File size and quality
      Digital zoom
      Empty slot release lock
      Image stabilisation

      Setting the Exposure
      Introduction to Setting the Exposure
      Three factors that affect exposure
      Exposure compensation
      Exposure Compensation Project

      Taking a Photo
      Introduction to Taking a Photo
      First of all... stand correctly
      Getting your subject in focus

      Downloading, Storing and Editing
      Introduction to Downloading, Storing and Editing
      Downloading from your camera
      Storage, Indexing and Backup
      Image editing
      Handout - Image Editing

      The Main Points
      A handy summary of the main points covered so far
      Configure Your Camera for Fantastic Photos Summary

      Next Steps
      Next Steps

      Take Control of Your Camera
      Introduction to Take Control of Your Camera

      Introduction to Exposure
      The three factors that determine exposure
      Handout - Three Factors that determine exposure
      Handout - Apertures and f-stops
      Handout - Aperture basics
      Exposure modes - P.A.S.M
      Metering - measuring the light and why automatic modes sometimes fail
      The relationship between iso, shutter speed and aperture
      Switching to manual mode
      Exposure tips - The histogram and flashing highlights
      Summary Of Exposure

      Lens choice and controlling sharpness
      Introduction to Lens choice and controlling sharpness
      Lens focal length
      Focus modes - Manual or Auto
      What is Depth of Field?
      How do we control Depth Field?
      Controlling Depth of Field
      Hyperfocal Distance
      Demonstration of Depth of Field
      Positioning the Depth of Field
      Summary of Lens choice and controlling sharpness

      Balancing Light and Colour
      Introduction to Balancing Light and Colour
      Backlit subjects and reflectors
      Backlit subjects and Fill-in Flash
      White Balance
      Summary of Balancing Light and Colour

      Where next?
      The Next Steps in Your Photography Training

      Part 1 - Camera Basics
      Part 2 - Taking A Photo