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TTC Video - Fundamentals of Photography
24xWEBRip | English | M4V | 640 x 480 | AVC ~1500 kbps | 29.970 fps
AAC | 128 kbps | 44.1 KHz | 2 channels | 12:36:13 | 8.62 GB
Genre: eLearning / Photographing
With recent developments in technology, we now take and share photographs almost instantaneously through online photo albums and social media-making this unique form of personal expression more central to our lives than ever before.
The first and most important lessons you learn in Fundamentals of Photography involve seeing and thinking just like the professionals who make taking perfect shots seem like second nature.
Mr. Sartore teaches you the three features any photographer needs to have in place before snapping a shot:
Solid visual composition
An interesting perspective on your subject
By paying attention to these aspects (with help from well over 1,000 dramatic photos from Mr. Sartore's award-winning portfolio), you'll be better able to take the kinds of photographs that surpass their original situation and actually mean something to you and others.
In the first half of Fundamentals of Photography, you'll become better acquainted with the basic features of cameras and how each plays a role in creating great photographs. Using nontechnical language, Mr. Sartore explains essential tools such as shutter speed, aperture, and lenses.
In the second half of the course, you'll learn to apply the basics of photography to the kinds of photos that people commonly take-and how to take them better than ever.
With Mr. Sartore as your guide, you'll be learning from a master of the craft; a professional photographer whose work has appeared in prestigious publications. So start making your own photos more lasting and meaningful with Fundamentals of Photography.
1 Making Great Pictures
2 Camera Equipment-What You Need
3 Lenses and Focal Length
4 Shutter Speeds
5 Aperture and Depth of Field
6 Light I-Found or Ambient Light
7 Light II-Color and Intensity
8 Light III-Introduced Light
9 Composition I-Seeing Well
10 Composition II-Background and Perspective
11 Composition III-Framing and Layering
12 Let's Go to Work-Landscapes
13 Let's Go to Work-Wildlife
14 Let's Go to Work-People and Relationships
15 Let's Go to Work-From Mundane to Extraordinary
16 Let's Go to Work-Special Occasions
17 Let's Go to Work-Family Vacations
18 Advanced Topics-Research and Preparation
19 Advanced Topics-Macro Photography
20 Advanced Topics-Low Light
21 Advanced Topics-Problem Solving
22 After the Snap-Workflow and Organization
23 Editing-Choosing the Right Image
24 Telling a Story with Pictures-The Photo Essay