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Digital Photography

Duration: 3 Days
Lectures: 17
Video: (02:53:06)
Level: Beginner

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About This Course

Digital photography uses cameras containing arrays of electronic photo detectors to produce images focused by a lens, as opposed to an exposure on photographic film. The captured images are digitized and stored as a computer file ready for further digital processing, viewing, electronic publishing, or digital printing.

Digital photography replicates the process of traditional film photography, but it uses an electronic sensor, rather than film, to capture images. These digital photographs are stored on a memory card, and their resolution is measured in megapixels.

 

1. Introduction

1
1.1. Introduction  
(02:09)

2.Camera Gear Basics

1
2.1. Camera Bodies  
(10:58)
2
2.2. Choosing a First Lens or Two  
(14:45)
3
2.3. Fun with Filters  
(13:00)
4
2.4. Let’s Play Cards and Readers  
(07:06)
5
2.5. Need for Speedlights  
(11:32)
6
2.6. All About Batteries  
(07:10)
7
2.7. Choose the Right Camera Case  
(10:14)

3.Auxiliary Equipment

1
3.1. Tripods  
(15:12)
2
3.2. Off-Camera Lighting- Stands  
(12:59)

4.Light Modifiers

1
4.1. Reflect on Umbrellas  
(11:54)
2
4.2. Control Color with Gels  
(07:53)

5.Post producation bascis

1
5.1. Monitor Your Monitor
(09:16)
2
5.2. Keep It Calibrated  
(12:25)
3
5.3. What Software Is Best
(06:15)

6.Photo Shoot

1
6.1. Bring It All Together  
(19:48)

7.Conclusion

1
7.1. Conclusion  
(00:24)

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Digital Photography
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