Digital SLR Camera Photography

£119.00

Learn how to take incredible photos and make the most out of your SLR camera with our incredible course. In the duration of the course you will be taught how to understand all the professional settings, methods to help you take the perfect shot in any environment, several tips & tricks and much much more.

The average time required to complete the course is 4 weeks part time (however you can take as long as you need as there is no expiry date on course access, you have unlimited lifetime access to the course)

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Learn how to take incredible photos and make the most out of your SLR camera with our incredible course. In the duration of the course you will be taught how to understand all the professional settings, methods to help you take the perfect shot in any environment, several tips & tricks and much much more.

The average time required to complete the course is 4 weeks part time (however you can take as long as you need as there is no expiry date on course access, you have unlimited lifetime access to the course)

What’s Included?

Wiki_tick  Unlimited  lifetime access
Wiki_tick  Access anywhere, any time
Wiki_tick  Fast effective training, written and designed by industry experts
Wiki_tick  Track your progress with our Learning Management System
Wiki_tick  Unlimited support
Wiki_tick  Save money, time and travel costs
Wiki_tick  Learn at your own pace and leisure
Wiki_tick  Easier to retain knowledge and revise topics than traditional methods
Wiki_tick  Exam preparation quizzes, tests and mock exams to ensure that you are 100% ready

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Modules

Unit 1: Introduction to Photography

Understand the professional settings
Setting your dioptre
Adjusting your burst mode
Adjusting your white balance settings
Metering settings
Exposure compensation mode
What is histogram and how to use it
How you camera is focusing
Adjusting the focal points
Setting your file capture
Raw & jpeg explained in detail
Using bracketing to enhance your photo’s
Types of cameras
Multi exposures
Setting colour and tone
Sharpness settings
ISO explained
Camera bags and cases
Tripod options and squeeze grips
Different types of Flashes
How to choose a good camera
Types of lenses

Unit 2: Understanding Exposure

Manual settings
ISO settings
Pixels
F-Stops
Camera Speed
White balance
Putting the settings into practise
Understanding aperture
Settings for different camera makes

Unit 3: Landscape Photography

Equipment
Proper planning
How to capture the best shots
Ideas for your shots
Picking the best scenery
Technical settings
What makes a good landscape photo

Unit 4: Night Photography

Equipment
Settings
different types of shoots
Tips and tricks

Unit 5: Travel Photography

Planning
Equipment
Types of shoots
Tips and techniques

Unit 6: Cruise Ship Photography

Travel Tips
Types of lenses
Photos with different lenses
How to get interesting photos
Settings to get the best shoots

Unit 7: Part A Studio Photography

Setting up your studio
Equipment
Studio shoots

Unit 7: Part B Professional Studio

Visit to award winning David Oliver’s studio

Unit 8: Fine Art Photography

How to see great shots
Setting up
Techniques and settings

Unit 9: Portrait Photography

Planning your shoots
Techniques
Pro settings
Tips and tricks
Types of portraits
Black & white

Unit 10: SLR Video Photography

How to use your SLR camera to shoot a movie
High Definition Video
What a short film being shot

Unit 11: Aerial Photography

Helicopter shoot
Equipment required
Types of lenses
How to get the best shoots
Use of a helicam
Photos with different lenses
How to get interesting photos
Settings to get the best shoots

Unit 12: Fashion Shoot

Importance of research and resources
Location and logistics
Borrow what you need
Get your team together
Importance of planning
Organisation of photography gear
Stick to schedule
Model release
Shooting in raw
Portfolio of your work
Best tips