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26 Videos (60m)
    • Anatomy of Digital Photography Introduction

      1:21
    • Introduction to Section 1

      0:48
    • Ansel Adam's Zone System

      2:06
    • What to do with composition?

      3:54
    • Conclusion to Section 1 & Exercise.

      1:17
    • Introduction to Section 2.

      1:08
    • What digital camera types are there?

      2:34
    • What type of sensors are used in digital cameras?

      0:58
    • Image resolution, size and quality.

      3:17
    • How to use the iris, shutter speed and ISO settings?

      6:06
    • What are camera modes? (Canon cameras)

      2:29
    • What is White Balance?

      2:53
    • How to use different light metering modes?

      3:22
    • Conclusion to Section 2 & Exercise.

      1:07
    • Introduction to Section 3.

      0:23
    • How a lens works?

      2:57
    • How to focus?

      3:58
    • How different lenses work?

      5:18
    • Close-up lenses & Extension Tubes.

      1:48
    • What are the main filters?

      2:13
    • Conclusion to Section 3 & Exercise.

      1:35
    • Introduction to Section 4.

      0:44
    • How to use daylight?

      1:58
    • Types of artificial light.

      3:03
    • Conclusion to Section 4 & Exercise.

      1:04
    • Class Conclusion.

      1:23

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This course is for those interested in how to use digital cameras over 26 videos.

The course explores Ansel Adam's zone system and composition techniques. Then looks at types of cameras; sensors; image resolution; how to use iris, shutter speed and iso; camera modes; white balance; and light metering modes. The next section goes over camera lens; exploring focusing methods; lens functions; close-up work with extension tubes; and filters. The final part examines lighting situations with the first video cover daylight and the second going through artificial lights.

The course lasts about an hour.

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For the past 14 years I have been involved in the education of adults both at colleges and university level. This journey also included my own education as I finished a Master's Degree in Media Studies, undertook two postgraduate certificates in Humanities and Digital Television Technology & Production, then went of to study for a Postgraduate Diploma in Further & Higher Education, topping up to a Master of Education (MEd).

All these postgraduate courses followed a decade where I ...

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