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COURSE - LEARNING TO PHOTOGRAPH 

 

A tutor on your computer or in the palm of your hand!


To take the classes, install SKYPE © or Zoom ©.
In this course, you can learn about the methodology and talk directly with the teacher.

 

Consult availability via (SMS) message to +1 (905) 341 0093 or by email rogeriolaham@hotmail.com

 

 

Online course program:

 

Demonstrative Class - FREE! (Make your appointment)

Features of DSLR cameras. Factors that influence the quality of images. Which equipment is best suited and what to consider when buying. Possible effects to be made and controlled with your Dslr camera. The importance of light and composition.

 

Chapter 01

Exposure time and effects (panning, zooming, freezing, scratching, long night exposures)

Use of semi-automatic TV or S mode

 

Chapter 02

Manual and automatic focus system (point selection)

Using Av or A Mode

Diaphragm and depth of field (blur effects and focus amplitude)

 

Chapter 03

Iso and sensor sensitivity characteristics

Manual mode of exposure and photometry

Exposure Variation with Bracketing

 

Chapter 04

Classification of Objectives.

The Wide-Angle (depth-of-field characteristics and composition effects with perspectives)

 

Chapter 05

Normal lenses (characteristics and effects)

Telephoto lenses (most suitable models and composition effects)

 

Chapter 06

Assembling an ideal lens kit for cropted and full-frame cameras

Differences between Aps-C and Full Frame sensors

Cut factor x multiplication

 

Chapter 07

Macro lenses and close-up photography (key accessories)

Lens Stabilization (what are the benefits)

AF modes (One-shot Ai-Focus Ai Servo/ AF-S AF-C AF-A). What's each mode for?

 

Chapter 08

Camera flash power adjustment

Fill flash concepts

(Essential usage tips for the best benefit)

 

Chapter 09

The creative use of white balance.

Taking better advantage of natural light (Quality, intensity, angles, and color)

Photos in backlight (How to do with and without a silhouette

 

Chapter 10

Professional frameworks and composition tips for improving photogenic

(three-thirds rule, perspectives, guidelines, diagonals, and frames)

 

Chapter 11

File formats? What resolution? Raw or Jpg?

Most used filters and their characteristics

(Polarizer, ND, UV, ND Graduated, and Starcross)

 

Chapter 12

Review and guidance on course content

Online VIP Investment:

 

COURSE price: $498.00 (cad)

 

Scheduling time: Afternoons or evenings from Monday to Saturday (depending on teacher availability)

Class length: 40 to 50 minutes - (time may be exceeded due to some connection / internet problem)

Support Class: support classes for handling equipment should be scheduled with the teacher at EMAIL rogeriolaham@hotmail.com or by SMS message to +1 (905) 341 0093. Rescheduling due to connection problems will be made through the same contact channel .

Included items: Handout in PDF, exercise sheet illustrated in PDF, and Digital Certificate.

Prerequisites: Photo Camera with manual mode.

Best DSLR Camera models to use.

 

APS-C Recommended - CANON T7, CANON SL3, CANON T8I, CANON 90D

FULL FRAME RECOMMEND - CANON 5D AND 6D

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