Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO Settings
You must be able to use the settings that determine how much light your camera is shooting. You will learn about Vince’s “Light Triad” which ensures that you achieve the desired exposure to each situation. Aperture Priority and Shutter Priority settings require complete operational knowledge of these three important camera functions. You will build on that knowledge in this lesson.
Colour, Light, and Design Techniques
You will learn colour theory why some colours are better placed and others so that your written choice is deliberate and effective. This tutorial will teach you to balance and compensate for the light colour in your theme. You will be able to use design elements when combining an image, as part, harmony, diversity, emphasis and unity.
Capturing Motion in Photos
You will learn the use of motion blur and title setting to capture motion and action. The main driver of emotions in any shooting action is the sense of movement in time. You will learn how to set your shot and set your camera to display this movement correctly.
When you first start designing shorts, you need the principles to follow in ordering the elements to create order, balance, and balance. This is called “make-up” and is a set of important decisions about what it does and does not appear in your image. You will understand the viewer’s reaction to the relationship between the value and weight of the objects placed in your photos. You will also be able to use comparisons of colour, size, shape, and number to create a focus area and draw attention to your image. You will use the concept of line and shape to get an eye on its journey through your photos.
Quickly enhance your photos using editing techniques in post-production! By using editing software you will get a lot out of your photos by learning to “process” them in a profitable way. In this tutorial, you will learn how to properly edit, manage, and organize your photos once they have been photographed, using Adobe’s Bridge and Photoshop applications.
Shooting On Location
Many of your photos will not be captured in a well-designed studio. Whether you are at home, in the park, or on vacation, you will need to know how to adjust the photos to the many settings and lighting conditions. You will never again be confused by a local gun, whether it is a little light, during movement, or in a good outdoor environment. You will be able to take straight and organized photos like a professional.
Shooting in the Studio
If you decide to set up a room to take your home photos to the next level, it will be important for you to know how to create a comfortable and inspiring space. You will learn how to choose the right lighting and colour areas to use, the right theme and background lighting tools, the exposure settings you can use and studio conditions.
Setting Up Photo Studio Lighting
Direct, diffused, and secondary light sources will be on your lap when you are filming in the studio. You will learn how to set the conditions for one, two lights, and a third point. You will learn the correct angles, distances, and how to measure and adjust various light levels.