Auto to Manual: The Technical Basics of DSLRs for Video and Photo Premium class

Rando Martins, Filmmaker | Storyteller | Camera Geek

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9 Videos (24m)
    • Welcome

    • Project Overview

    • Aperture

    • Shutter Speed

    • ISO

    • Combined

    • ND Filters

    • White Balance

    • Conclusion


About This Class

Shooting manually with a DSLR camera can be very intimidating, but fear not! After taking this class, you'll be fully in control of your DSLR.

In this class, we’ll cover the fundamentals you need to know to switch from Auto to Manual mode. By the end of this class you’ll have everything you need to know to make the technical become instinctive so you can focus on telling your story.

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Great job of explaining (and SHOWING) you around the most important parts of a DSLR. Must watch for newbs.
Very good course. Finally, I understand the triangle!
Finally ... Something simple. I can understand this. I feel like the fog lifted & I don't hate my camera as much anymore (Canon T5). I kinda like her now. I get her more. You really did cut through the thick of it and give me digestable information, but short enough to fit all my notes on one sheet of paper. Thank you.





Rando Martins

Filmmaker | Storyteller | Camera Geek

Sup.  My name is Rando and I'm a full time freelance audio/visual composer with an edge for timelapse and hyperlapse photography.  I've learned that all those fancy cool camera shots are important, but empty unless they tell a good story.  After working in every habitable continent and making all kinds of films, the most rewarding part of it all is being able to share the whole process with other people.  That being said, welcome to my class.