Basic Photography Weekend course



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Through extensive classroom sessions, demo sessions, outdoor tours guided by the mentor, and review classes this basic weekend course will help you to take your photography skills to new heights!
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Digital Video Camera: Basic Functions



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This is an introduction to basic functions and settings of a digital video camera created for the courses AD30400 Video Art and AD61600 Graduate Video Art and Critique in the Department of Art& Design at Purdue University. It covers the following functions: Focus, Zoom, Aperture (Iris), Shutter Speed, Rack Focus/Depth of Field, White Balance and Gain.
Examples of artist work that uses some of these functions (or other aspects of the video camera) include:
Gary Hill: Site Recite (a prologue), 1989, vimeo.com/5513020 (depth of field)
Michael Snow: Wavelength, 1967, medienkunstnetz.de/works/wavelength/ (continuous zoom)
Mark Lewis: On Mile (2013) and other works, crane.tv/mark-lewis (panning, tracking shots, composition)
and of course Dziga Vertov’s Chelovek’s kinoapparatom (Man With A Movie Camera), 1929 archive.org/details/ChelovekskinoapparatomManWithAMovieCamera

How to Photograph the NORTHERN LIGHTS! Basic to Advanced



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Shooting the northern lights – aka the aurora borealis photography – doesn’t have to be difficult. However, you have to know your camera pretty well, and you have to have had some practice with taking night photographs. If you can master those things, then all you need are a few extra pointers to get that perfect northern lights photograph.

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Basic Settings For Landscape Photography



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In this video we go over a few different scenarios and show how we set up and how we choose our settings for landscape photography. We talk about how we determine shutter speed, aperture, and when to adjust iso, as well as focus, and metering.

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5 Basic Tips On Being A Professional Photographer



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Basic Photography Techniques : Using Reflector in Photography



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Learn how and when to use a light modifier in this free photography video.

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Bio: Joey Gunz has been doing photography for nearly twenty years. He got started in photography at his first job working as a youth reporter for a local newspaper.
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Milky Way Photography: Lightroom Tutorial – Basic Workflow



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This week I’m showing you my basic Lightroom workflow with a few photographs submitted by some of you. In particular I will do some astrophotography. I also got a lot of shots from a ton of you, including BackBurner, David Mikic, Francesco Paggiaro, Fraser Harrison, Rob Nelson, Lasse Grotwinkel, Marc Frederiksen, Shannon Hill, Jessie Jim, and Simon Patterson. Big thanks to all of you. I will be using more of these, so stay tuned. You are helping the entire community.

The shot I pulled was (ironically) from what appears to be my Canadian doppelganger, Rob Nelson. He is a photographer up north who is also and ecologist/geologist. He had some amazing night photography that he submitted. I thought I’d pull one of his to show the basic process you might use to pull out the milky way in a photo. Learn more about Rob’s photography at: and follow him on IG and Twitter – @robnelson4

When shooting the milky way, there are a few things to think about. First, you want to get as much of the milky way exposed as possible without blurring the stars. This a little bit depends on your lens. Many fotographers use the 500 rule to determine their shutter speed. You divide your lens into 500. So, if you had a 50mm lens (500/50), you couldn’t expose longer than 10 seconds. If you had a 25mm lens, you could expose for 20 seconds – etc. In this case, Rob had a 16mm lens with a shutter speed of 15 seconds. I think he could have even exposed longer, which may have given a better histogram. However, with the people in the shot, you risk them blurring as they stand their. The truth is, there is a lot to work with in this photo.

A lot of photo manipulation is personal preference. Keep in mind that I’m doing a lot of manipulation based on my preferences. For much of what I do, I like the surreal look. I often add vibrant colors that may look unnatural to what you had in the environment. I’m not a purist. However, the few things that you have to keep in mind are:

1. Don’t over-do the grain. It will look bad.
2. Milky Way shots are best if your eye is drawn to it.
3. Always remember your distribution. If you’re making photos for a giant wall, work hard to eliminate any noise.

I have more I’d love to share if you’re interested. Leave your comments below on how your workflow is different. Feel free to give me tips. That not only helps me, but it helps the entire community.

Make sure to watch Jonas’ retouching video in a future episode…

If you want 52 Things to start on right now to improve your filmmaking and photography – we have videos on them all here:

Our GEAR ————
Main DSLR :
Second Camera :
Main Lens –
The Adventure Camera Bag :
The Macro Lens –
Telephoto Lens –
Our Mega Wide Lens –
Our BEST On-camera Mic –
The Drone –
My Moving Timelapse setup –
GoPro HERO 7 –
Our Filmmaking Book!!! –
Our Music:
The full video setup:
(By buying through these links you help us support the channel)

On Social ————–
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Twitter:
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Jonas and I are creating a whole series of how-to-filmmaking videos to get you started. Here is the first video: and our book:

My main science YouTube Channel:

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Basic Video For Bird Photography Part 1 – The 3 Deadly Sins



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Basic Video for bird photographers – the 3 deadly sins, discusses correcting the 3 worst mistakes in creating a bird video. Bad Audio, Shaky Footage and Out of Focus birds are the three most important things to fix or eliminate when shooting video. This is the first part of a three part series where you can learn the basics of bird photography video.

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Photography practice in basic home photo studio setup



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i have explained to beginner photographers that how can they practice studio photography in their basic home photo studio setup using minimum one light effectively.Must watch Hindi tips tutorial for beginners.
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How to Fly a Drone | Basic Aerial Videography



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Yes this tutorial was made with the 3DR Solo drone and yes, it features the Solo BUT the basic flying and control principles are very similar. So if you’re new to aerial videography, this tutorial was made for you

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Basic Real Estate Photography Editing Tutorial



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Basic Multi Camera Syncing and Editing in Premiere Pro CC



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Shooting with multiple cameras is a little more involved but can give your film or video a much more interesting look and feel. In this episode we cover the basics of syncing and editing/cutting multiple camera and sound clips to make a multi-camera sequence in Premiere Pro CC.

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Limo Studio 650 Watt Fresnel (blue gelled to match daylight)

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Fotodiox 508A LED Light (used as a kicker to camera left, behind talent)

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Westcott Photo Basics 5-in-1 Reflector (Fill)

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Gray Card–Lastolite EZ Balance

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Panasonic GH4 (Close shot camera):

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Olympus 45mm f/1.8 micro 4/3 Lens

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Atomos Ninja II HD Recorder

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Nikon D600 (Wide Shot Camera):

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Nikon 20mm f/2.8 AF-D Lens (Wide cam lens):

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RODE NT1A Condenser Microphone (Cardioid, also used for voice over)

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Audio Technica AT4053b Hyper Cardioid Condenser Microphone

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Tascam DR-60D Audio Recorder

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