Part 1: After the Auto Mode
This course will teach you about AV/TV Priority Modes. We will go over and learn about each mode and then practice shooting and applying what you have learned.
Using AV/TV settings in different combinations will achieve the look you want.
This class will give you more control of your camera and teach you what you want from your images, making you a more confident photographer.
Why Av mode works well for close-up, macro, portrait and landscapes.
Learn Why Tv mode works best for sports or moving objects
Learn when to use and avoid AV
Learn When to Use and avoid TV
What is Depth of field
Learning shallow depth of field
Learning deep depth of field
Learning how to freeze objects
Learning how to control blur
Learning how to pan
Part 2: Shooting in Manual Mode
The five settings that one has to master to shoot manually are:
Set Your Camera to Manual Mode.
Set Your White Balance.
Set Your Metering Mode.
Camera Exposure. Set Your Camera ISO. Set Your Aperture. Set Your Shutter Speed.
Learning how to use the exposure level indicator in your viewfinder to help you set the value for the other
Putting it All Together.
Part 3: Posing
In this class, students quickly develop the skills to pose individuals, small and large groups. Moreover, this class teaches you to understand the posing requirements for a particular visual message. The family portrait and high school senior shot are all very different from a fashion shoot. Choose a specific pose due to determining the type of image you wish to create and what is appropriate. Students learn how to evaluate anatomical structures, image purpose lighting conditions, and the chosen appropriate poses. Students leave with new knowledge and confidence for selecting and creating stunning posed situations. Using what you've learned, your photos will start making sense, pleasing to the eye, and flattering your subjects. In group photos, you will now start seeing the relationships and positions of each other.