If you’re a budding digital photographer, or you simply want to take your camera skills to the next level, our fully-interactive Camera School app is the perfect way to learn how to take a better photo.
Brought to you from the team of Practical Photography Magazine, our mission statement is simple. We will improve your photography skills.
Download the app for free. Inside you’ll find six modules. The first contains three different instructional videos – and is FREE!
Each of the other five modules cost just 99p to download. Every one of them is fully-interactive with clear video instruction helping you learn how to use your camera kit to best effect.
The app is designed to be a subject-based course. As you complete each module, it will give you the motivation to be a better photographer.
And it doesn’t matter what camera you shoot with, so long as it has both manual and semi-automatic controls that enable you to change shutters speeds and aperture.
Each module features three exclusive videos that clearly show you how to use your camera.
From landscapes and portraits, through to action and black & white, whatever you like to shoot you’ll find the settings and skills you need to know explained in full.
MODULE ONE: Landscapes
Learn to frame your picture, control sharpness and master precise exposure when taking landscape photographs.
MODULE TWO: Portraits
Choose a location, understand metering and control the light to get the best from your portrait photography.
MODULE THREE: Action Shots
How to use your shutter speed to capture action! How to shoot multiple frames in burst mode and focus on subjects that may be moving rather quickly…
MODULE FOUR: Nature
Harness the power of colour. Learn how to compose your picture to deliver impact. Also, tips on how to keep your camera steady.
MODULE FIVE: Black & White
Shoot mono JPEGs in-camera, get creative with ISO and control light with a reflector.
MODULE SIX: Animals
Take amazing photos of animals, both domestic and wild, with the best settings for static and moving subjects.
The first module is free to download.
All other modules cost 99p.
There are no subscription options and no further download costs on top of this.
- June 12, 2014 Initial release