Level 1 Photography Basics Course Preview



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Our first Photography Life video course is now available! This “Level 1: Photography Basics” course contains a total of 5 hours of video. For more details, please see our product page:

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Food photography basics – LIGHTING TECHNIQUES



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In this video, I show you how to use different lighting setups to get beautiful and professional looking photos of your food. I explain the differences between natural and artficial light sources, including sunlight, a softbox and a normal lamp, and how to make the most of them to get a perfectly lit photo.

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PHOTOGRAPHY BASICS | DSLR to Mirrorless



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After making the jump from DSLR to Mirrorless, Ross Grieves shares his journey and more importantly why he changed his DSLR for a small mirrorless camera.

The ways to capture images is forever growing; with new technology and techniques on the horizon we join Ross Grieve as he explains why he switched to mirrorless and how it’s benefited his work. With a great insight into using mirrorless cameras on client shoots and his impressive results, Ross helps with the fear of making the leap from DSLR. With this new insight on mirrorless systems is it time you make the leap?

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PHOTOGRAPHY BASICS | 10 Tips for Dog Photography



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The Dog Photographer Andy Biggar shares his top ten tips he uses to capture his amazing dog photography.

Whether you’re an established pro or just starting out, Andy’s top ten dog photography tips will help you capture stunning dog images and keep your clients happy, both with their session and the final results. From choosing the right equipment and location, to keeping the dog focused and protecting your gear and images, there’s something here for every level of photographer.

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PHOTOGRAPHY BASICS | How To Use Window Light



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Window light is one of the quickest ways to make your images look professional. Mark Cleghorn shows you a few techniques to get the most from your window light.

Equipment: Canon 5D MkIII, Canon 85mm F1.8, Lastolite trigrip, Sekonic light meter 308s

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Steel Wool Photography Basics



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The 9-volt battery is used to ignite the steel wool. Essentially it sends a current through the thin wire and it heats up a lot … to about 700 degrees C. These temperatures cause the iron to react with oxygen in the air creating iron oxide. This reaction releases heat, which heats up the next strand and so on, causing a cascading reaction across the steel wool. When you’re doing this remember the science. The chemical reaction requires oxygen. So, fluffing it up and then spinning it, increases the amount of oxygen available, hence speeding up the reaction and giving us the amazing display that we used for our photographs…

Now to warn you about the hazards. Be very careful with this. You are dealing very hot things and spreading them over a considerable distance. Try to always do it over water or concrete as they will catch things on fire, even when you’re trying to be careful.

And of course, they can also burn you.

Alright everyone, send us your pics, be responsible and stay safe! I’m not responsible for any forest fires… 🙂

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Smartphone Videography Tutorial #1 | Learn the Basics | Hindi



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Dosto hum sabke paas Camera’s nahi hota aur hum apne Smartphone se Videos banaane ki koshish karte hai, aur aaplog humesha mjhse puchte bhi hai ki kaise Smartphone se Behtar videos banaaye.
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PHOTOGRAPHY BASICS | Introduction to Newborn



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Learn to shoot beautiful Newborn Baby Portraits in the with top UK Newborn photographer Elli Cassidy. Elli guides you through the basic preparation and skills you need to know when getting started, as well as sharing some of her personal tips and tricks she’s picked up through her own shooting.

In this film Elli talks you through what Newborn photography actually is and why you should be shooting in. She then walks you through the preparation that helps to guarantee a great session for both you and the clients. Along with the basics of equipment and the studio, preparing the client is essential so that the baby and parents are relaxed and comfortable, which will make the session run much more smoothly and successfully.

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PHOTOGRAPHY BASICS | Equine on location



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Learn to shoot beautiful Equine Portraits on location at a Yard and Stables with top UK Horse photographer Emily Hancock. Emily guides you step-by-step through her process for conducting a portrait session with a client and their horse on location at their own yard, one of the most common scenarios when photographing with horses.

In this film Emily shows you simple but effective shots that can be done using the stables, a guaranteed location that allows you to shoot even if the rest of the yard is limited and also allows for greater control of the horse if required. This can be a great place to start a shoot, or if the weather is poor, it allows for a good variety of images. Emily also explains why she tends to avoid shooting in barns, with limited light and large amounts of clutter you could end working very hard for shots the clients tend not to buy.

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CAMERA BASICS (Photography and videography for beginners)Urdu/Hindi



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For all the beginners out there, just start taking pictures like professionals from now on. Watch this tutorial to start your professional photography career.
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Be a Better Photographer – The Basics of Exposure Explained…Simply



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In response to viewer, Chris G., I made a quick (okay not so quick) video explaining how to take better pictures using any camera by understanding the exposure triangle -or the relationship between your camera’s ISO, Shutter Speed and Aperture settings. Simply.

Understanding the basic principles behind ISO, Shutter Speed and Aperture will help you to not only take better pictures, it will help you to better understand photography on a whole, as well as give you the ability to begin to make your images look like those you see in magazines or on the Internet.

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BASICS OF PHOTOGRAPHY



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Basics of Photography – If you want to be good at anything, you have to learn basics first. Like if you want to be pro in videos, you should be good at photos first. That’s what we talked about, “shutter”, “aperture”, “ISO”, “camera lens”. If you know these things then you know how exactly your picture is going to look like even before clicking it.

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