Instagram: Take Beautiful Photos That Will Leave Your Friends Speechless! (PART 1) Premium class

Kai M.

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18 Videos (28m)
    • 1.1 Introduction

    • 2.1 Choosing A Camera App

    • 2.2 Exposure

    • 2.3 Shutter Speed

    • 2.4 ISO

    • 2.5 Focus

    • 2.6 White Balance

    • 3.1 Composition

    • 3.2 Perspective

    • 3.3 Lighting

    • 3.4 Using A Flash

    • 3.5 Getting Sharper Pictures

    • 4.1 Choosing A Photo Editor

    • 5.1 The Snapseed Interface

    • 5.2 Tuning Your Image

    • 5.3 Sharpening For Extra Detail

    • 5.4 Correcting Composition And Distortion

    • Congratulations!


About This Class

Welcome to "Instagram: Take Beautiful Photos That Will Leave Your Friends Speechless". In this course you'll learn techniques for taking better photos, and acquire new editing skills.

You can take your photography skills to the next level, TODAY. More flattering selfies, amazing landscapes, and food so vivid you can almost taste it; enroll today and start upgrading your skills in my easy-to-follow course.

This course is for anyone who wants to improve their photography, and while I focus on Instagram, the techniques used don't require the use of Instagram. By the end of the course you'll have a robust set of skills to take beautiful photos of a wide variety of subjects, and skills to edit them and get that extra bit of gloss.

I’ll be teaching you how to use apps to manually control your device's camera, and to get comfortable with manually adjusting shutter-speed, ISO, white-balance, and focus. After that we'll go in depth with the versatile photo-editing app "Snapseed"; You'll learn to correct exposure, tweak colours, and apply a wide variety of attractive effects.

At the end of the course we'll apply everything we've learned, and take several types of photos, including: selfies (portraits), landscapes, photos of food, and vehicles.

Go ahead and click the enroll button, I look forward to seeing you inside.

9 of 10 students recommendSee All

short and informative
It's a really good class for beginners who have no idea what ISO, shutter speed..etc are. However, the instructions are very basic, and is mostly conceptual knowledge rather than procedural. So practise is needed :P
Nice simple course to start digital photography