The Ultimate Photography Course for Beginners

Jellis Vaes, Artist. Entrepreneur. Adventurer.

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22 Lessons (1h 60m)
    • 1. Intro - The Ultimate Photography Course For Beginners

      1:51
    • 2. The Exposure Triangle – The Foundation of Photography

      1:19
    • 3. Aperture Explained – Master Depth of Field

      7:54
    • 4. Shutter Speed Explained – Master Time and Motion

      8:24
    • 5. ISO Explained – Master Sensor Sensitivity

      5:37
    • 6. Quiz and Final Thoughts on The Exposure Triangle

      2:10
    • 7. How Photography Will Lead You Into New Adventures

      5:43
    • 8. Everything You Need to Know About Exposure Modes

      7:15
    • 9. JPEG VS RAW – Which File Format Should You Choose

      5:48
    • 10. In-Depth Information About the Various Camera Lenses

      4:50
    • 11. Understanding Metering and Metering Modes

      1:05
    • 12. How Photos are Portals Into Past Memories and Experiences

      4:15
    • 13. Master How to Focus in Photography – Never Take Unfocused Photos Again

      5:43
    • 14. Understanding Metering and Metering Modes

      6:53
    • 15. The Histogram – What is it and How Does it Work

      2:54
    • 16. Understanding White Balance in Digital Photography

      5:09
    • 17. The Importance of Light in Photography

      6:31
    • 18. When and Why to Use Flash

      3:22
    • 19. How Photography Helps You See True Beauty in Life

      6:54
    • 20. Composition Techniques that Will Improve your Photography

      8:16
    • 21. Develop an Efficient Workflow and Learn Basic Post Processing

      15:53
    • 22. Final Thoughts

      1:55
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Project Description

 ASSIGNMENT

It’s time to put everything you have learned into practice, and to show me and your fellow students your amazing pictures! Keep all the composition techniques in mind: the rule of thirds, the background, the viewpoint, look for lines, patterns and texture, and last but not least, focus on those details that this world is filled with!

DON'T FORGET

Discuss and engage with your fellow students. Give feedback to each other! Talk about the settings you have used, the composition, the post processing techniques and tools. Let us know what worked for you, and what didn’t. This will not just create a community of friends and fellow photographers, but it will also help to increase the learning for both you and your fellow students. 

 

DELIVERABLE

Upload your creation!  A completed project should include:

  • A stunning photo that you are proud to share
  • Notes on the composition techniques you used. Which Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO you set. And, tell us a little bit about the beauty of the detail you set out to capture. 

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

You can browse the class attachments for the illustrations that I specifically made for this course. Use them to act as a reminder on certain aspects of using your camera and for your photography.

Please note, these illustrations are my creations and do belong to me, any further publishing without my permission is not allowed.

Student Projects

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Wendy Duran
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Melisa Cross
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Charles Budini
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