Wilderness Photography: Jumpstart into a Wild Art

Paul Hassell, Pro Wilderness Photographer

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44 Videos (2h 16m)
    • Trailer

      4:28
    • Welome to Jumpstart - What's the Point?

      0:24
    • Preview of Camera Class (morning session)

      2:19
    • Demo of the f/22 Principle

      2:40
    • What is it? Eye, Mind, and Heart

      3:42
    • Aperture

      3:22
    • Shutter Speed

      6:58
    • Exposure

      4:38
    • Demo of Exposure

      4:15
    • Modes (Aperture Priority)

      2:12
    • Depth of Field (1 of 3)

      4:52
    • Depth of Field (2 of 3)

      5:21
    • Depth of Field (3 of 3)

      4:30
    • Exposure Compensation

      6:02
    • ISO (1 of 2)

      5:35
    • ISO (2 of 2)

      0:58
    • WB (1 of 3)

      3:54
    • WB (2 of 3)

      6:01
    • WB (3 of 3)

      1:15
    • Bonus: JPEG vs RAW

      2:50
    • GET OUTSIDE (assignment 1 of 4) - Shoot in Aperture Priority Mode

      1:27
    • LIGHT - Intro (afternoon session)

      1:37
    • LIGHT - Quality

      3:54
    • LIGHT - Direction

      4:05
    • LIGHT - Color

      1:28
    • Subtraction

      1:12
    • Composition (1 of 3) - Thirds

      6:31
    • Composition (2 of 3) - Tangent about Aperture

      1:39
    • Composition (3 of 3) - Lines / Movement

      2:57
    • GET OUTSIDE (assignment 2 of 4) - Incorporate Principles of Composition

      1:45
    • Image Vibration

      3:05
    • Indoor Light

      3:59
    • Sunny Days - Making the Most of It!

      1:07
    • Sunny Days - Shoot in the Shade

      1:51
    • Sunny Days - Fill Flash

      1:47
    • Sunny Days - Reflected Light

      0:43
    • Sunsets

      5:29
    • Flash

      4:01
    • Explore - Window Light

      1:29
    • Explore - Macro

      0:45
    • Explore - Telephoto

      1:04
    • GET OUTSIDE (assignment 3 of 4) - Reveiw Your Work, then Re-shoot!

      1:05
    • Review and Conclusion

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      3:31
    • BEHIND THE SCREEN (assignment 4 of 4) - Edit down to 10!

      2:49