Photography DSLR Skills - Learn To Use Your DSLR Camera Like A Professional Photographer

Mark Timberlake, Teaching Skills

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22 Videos (1h 21m)
    • Introduction

      1:15
    • What Is Exposure

      5:20
    • The Exposure Triangle

      1:39
    • The Light Meter

      6:57
    • The Histogram

      5:09
    • The Blinkies

      7:48
    • Stops Of Light

      7:00
    • Understanding ISO

      6:34
    • Understanding Shutter Speed

      4:36
    • Understanding Aperture

      8:25
    • Practice Setting Your ISO

      1:54
    • Practice Setting Your Shutter Speed

      2:16
    • Practice Setting Your Aperture

      1:57
    • Advanced Activities/Practice

      2:25
    • The Other Modes

      3:31
    • Mastering Manual Mode

      2:10
    • Prime Lenses - An Introduction

      3:42
    • Specialist Primes

      1:08
    • Zoom Lenses - An Introduction

      2:56
    • Premium Zooms

      1:13
    • Flash Photography

      1:49
    • Summary

      1:01

About This Class

Did you know that your DSLR camera is in charge of your photography?  That a little chip inside that camera is replacing your brain?

The best photographers shoot in manual mode but it is a skill that most casual photographers never learn.

Mastering manual mode will open up a world of amazing image opportunities that will you will love and that will impress your friends and family too.

Throw away relying on auto mode forever and learn in this course how to master your camera.

We will show you how to use your camera like the professionals and improve your photography!

 

Check Out Our Other Photography Courses:

The Creative Photography Masterclass Series:


A Brief History Of Photography - Creative Photography Composition - Masterclass Part 1

The Art Of Seeing - Creative Photography Composition - Masterclass Part 2

Seeing The Light - Creative Photography Composition - Masterclass Part 3

Controlling The Light - Creative Photography Composition - Masterclass Part 4

Capturing The Light - Creative Photography Composition - Masterclass Part 5

Processing The Light - Creative Photography Composition - Masterclass Part 6

The Core Principles Of Composition - Creative Photography Masterclass - Part 7

The Basic Rules Of Composition - Creative Photography Composition - Masterclass Part 8

Color Photography - Creative Photography Composition - Masterclass Part 9

Black And White Photography - Creative Photography Composition - Masterclass Part 10

Controlling The Frame - Creative Photography Composition - Masterclass Part 11

Abstract And Geometric Composition - Creative Photography Composition - Masterclass Part 12

Creative Portrait Photography - Creative Photography Composition - Masterclass Part 13

Finding Your Identity As A Photographer - Creative Photography Composition - Masterclass Part 14

Other Photography Courses Available:

iPhone Selfie Portrait Photography - How To Look Your Best On Camera

Natural Light Portrait Photography - Take Portraits With Any Camera Anywhere

Classic Studio Portrait Photography - Learn The Art Of Classic Lighting And Posing

Modern Studio Portrait Photography - Learn Popular Studio Lighting Techniques For Portraits

Home Based Photography Studio Business - Build Your Own Studio On A Budget

Photography DSLR Skills - Learn To Use Your DSLR Camera Like A Professional Photographer

21 of 22 students recommendSee All

This was a very informative course which helped to refresh my photography knowledge.
Good overview of the basics despite sparse, often dry presentation.
Informative.

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Mark Timberlake

Teaching Skills

Mark runs a marketing company called SME Heroes, which specializes in training on all things to do with online course creation and online marketing.

He has extensive experience with online business in various forms over the last 14 years and loves to share his hard won lessons and techniques for online business success.

In addition he also has over 12 years experience in online retail and over 5 years experience as a commercial photographer.

This means he has a deep breadth of experience which comes through in his courses which are always designed to be easy to understand and to pass on the practical skills he has learned.