App Description

Take dramatically better photos by learning the basic principles you need to master your DSLR camera

Most new DSLR camera owners use very little of the potential of their cameras. (DSLR = Digital Single Lens Reflex). The thought of moving off AUTO can be daunting. To really get creative control over your photos you need to grasp some basic photography principles - it's not 'rocket science' - but it is essential. This course is to fill that gap in knowledge so you can get into the more creative modes of your camera and start taking better photos.
These are some of what you will Discover:

What Essential Items you need in your DSLR Kit

-The Photo Triangle – my secret weapon to explaining the Basics
-To Compose better Photos using the same Principles DaVinci, Botticelli, Van Gogh and many more used
-How to use Auto Focus Points to create better Composition
-What Crop Factor has to do with Framing your Subject
-The importance of Lens Choice and Focal Length
-Exposure and ISO and why it matters
-How to get off AUTO
-A powerful Tool - in your camera – that ensures perfect Exposure
-How Aperture effects your photos
-Creative use of Shutter Speed
-2 causes of Motion Blur … how to ‘use them’ or ‘lose them’
-Pan Method of enhancing Speed in your Photos
-Introduction to Exposure Compensation and Bracketing
-Why we need White Balance
-What is Light Temperature … why it’s useful
-Using White Balance Shift
-How to set Custom White Balance
-My Best Method for using Autofocus Points
-Hybrid Auto/Manual Focus Method
-What is Depth of Field
-3 Main Effects on Depth of Field
-How to Isolate your Subject
-3 Main situations to use Flash … it’s not just for Night Shots
-The best Tool for better Flash Photos

iPhone Screenshots

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iPad Screenshots

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App Changes

  • August 04, 2016 Initial release