Digital Photography Part 2
4 Modules / 3.5-4 Hours
The Complete Beginners Guide
This course was designed by GrowHouse for individuals who would like to pursue their hobby or to expand their photography skills to become professional photographers.
Photography isn't the only way to capture the world, but it certainly is one of the most effective. Look no further than the nearest social media feed, news station, magazine article, or book cover to see it - Photographs have power. If you want to harness that power and learn how to take the best possible photos, welcome to "Digital Photography Basics: The Complete Beginner's Guide." This comprehensive course explains the fundamental concepts you should know about photography from start to finish.
The following are the course materials that you will be learning:
Module 1: Understanding your digital camera + assessment
Module 2: Your cameras Manual Settings + assessment
Module 3: Composition and Techniques + assessment
Module 4: Editing Images (Tips & Tricks) - with Photoshop video examples and free editing program recommendations
Digital Photography Part 2 Certificate
Digital Photography Part 1
5 Modules, 2-3 hours
This course was created by Skill Training 247 for the purpose of understanding the history and the settings of your digital camera.
Photography is the art of capturing light with a camera, usually via a digital sensor or film, to create an image. With the right camera equipment, you can even photograph wavelengths of light invisible to the human eye, including UV, infrared, and radio. We've come a long way since then.
Module 1: Introduction to Photography
Module 2: Shutter Speed, Aperture, ISO and their Relationship
Module 3: Exposure & Metering
Module 4: Light, Lighting, and Color
Module 5: Practical Tips
Certificate of completion
After taking this course, you will be able to:
- Eliminate camera shake
- Achieve effects with shutter speed
- Understand Aperture and examples thereof
- Measure exposure
- Understand bracketing
- Understand ISO
- Know how to put the above together
- Understand exposure and metering
- Know different lighting and the quality thereof
- understand colors and the history thereof