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Photography For Beginners Course Description
Learn the Latest Skills | Accredited by CPD UK and IPHM | Recognised Certificate | MCQ Based Exam & Tutor Support | Interactive Video Training | Lifetime Access
Whether you are self-taught and you want to fill in the gaps for better efficiency and productivity, this photography course will set you up with a solid foundation to become a confident photographer and develop more advanced skills.
This comprehensive course is the perfect way to kickstart your career in the field of photography. This course will give you a competitive advantage in your career, making you stand out from all other applicants and employees.
As one of the leading course providers and most renowned e-learning specialists online, we’re dedicated to giving you the best educational experience possible. This course is crafted by industry expert, to enable you to learn quickly and efficiently, and at your own pace and convenience.
Accredited by CPD UK and IPHM
Accredited by The CPD Certification Service International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine (IPHM)
How Will I Benefit?
- Boost your career in photography
- Deepen your knowledge and skills in your chosen field just in hours not years!
- Study a course that is easy to follow.
- Save money and time by studying at your convenient time
- Have access to a tutor whenever you are in need
So, what are you thinking about! Start getting the benefits by enrolling today!
Why Choose this Photography For Beginners Course:
- Accredited by The CPD UK
- Accredited by International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine (IPHM)
- Lifetime Access
- High-quality e-learning study materials
- Learn the most in-demand skills
- Self-paced, no fixed schedules
- MCQ Exam and 24/7 Support Included
- Available to students anywhere in the world
- No hidden fee
- Study in a user-friendly, advanced online learning platform
Who is this photography for beginners course for?
This comprehensive course is suitable for anyone looking to improve their job prospects or aspiring to accelerate their career in this sector and want to gain in-depth knowledge of photography.
- There are no academic entry requirements for this course, and it is open to students of all academic backgrounds.
- As long as you are aged seventeen or over and have a basic grasp of English, numeracy and ICT, you will be eligible to enrol.
On successful completion of the course, you will be eligible to order your certificate of achievement as proof of your new skill. The certificate of achievement is an official credential that confirms that you successfully finished a course with Lead Academy. You/your employer can verify your certificate through our website. Certificate can be obtained in PDF version at a cost of £12, and there is an additional fee to obtain a printed copy certificate which is £35.
This course opens a brand new door for you to enter the relevant job market and also provides you with the chance to accumulate in-depth knowledge at the side of needed skills to become flourishing in no time. You will also be able to add your new skills to your CV, enhance your career and become more competitive in your chosen industry.
|Beginner Camera Setting (Important Info Used In Subsequent Lectures)|
|Use The Exposure Triangle To Understand Exposure And Get Out Of The Auto Mode||00:07:00|
|The ISO setting, what is it and what’s it for?||00:07:00|
|Exposure Compensation, why you sometimes need to darken or lighten your images||00:07:00|
|Lens apertures, learn about one of the most important camera settings||00:06:00|
|More Advanced Camera Setting|
|5 Tips for tack sharp focussing||00:09:00|
|Use your histogram to nail the exposure for those important images.||00:07:00|
|Aperture & depth of field – start getting creative (DSLRs)||00:06:00|
|Scene modes & depth of field (Compact cameras)||00:04:00|
|Improve Your Image With Natural Lighting|
|Direction of light and the effect it has on your photos||00:08:00|
|Get nice blue skies in your photos and avoid white skies||00:03:00|
|How to retain the ambient light of a nicely lit room||00:04:00|
|Better indoor portraits using window light – pt 1 of 2||00:06:00|
|Better indoor portraits using window light – pt 2 of 2||00:03:00|
|Create a great look using backlighting||00:05:00|
|How to improve your natural light portraits using a reflector||00:06:00|
|Improve Your Image Using Better Composition|
|Use the rule of thirds for improved composition||00:04:00|
|Better composition using diagonal lines||00:07:00|
|Use ‘Leading Lines’ to create more dramatic images||00:08:00|
|Use repeating patterns for more impact||00:02:00|
|Improve your composition using the ‘frame within a frame’ trick||00:03:00|
|Blur the background for more impact (DSLRs)||00:04:00|
|Blur the background to isolate your subject (Compact Cameras)||00:03:00|
|Don’t let cluttered backgrounds ruin your portraits||00:03:00|
|Improve your portraits using nature’s own abstract backgrounds||00:03:00|
|Tips On Posing For Portraits|
|Flatter your individual subject with these full length posing tips||00:05:00|
|Family or small group poses – Pt I Standing poses||00:08:00|
|Family or small group poses – Pt II Seated poses||00:11:00|
|Individual natural and relaxed female poses||00:10:00|
|Ideas for photographing children, 4-6 months old||00:07:00|
|Ideas for photographing children, 9-12 months old||00:06:00|
|Lanscapes And Scenery|
|Landscape photography tips, a walkthough with Barbara||00:21:00|
|How to take better photos in the snow||00:08:00|
|Better Results Using An External Flashgun, PT I – Bouncing The Flash||00:04:00|
|Better Flash Portraits Using An External Flashgun, PT II – More Creative Portraits||00:04:00|
|Better results using your cameras’ built-in flash – soften the shadows||00:05:00|
|Better results using on-board flash – get a more pleasing background||00:05:00|
|Information And Tips On Using Lenses|
|General tips on camera lenses, variable/fixed apertures, fast/slow, what are prime lenses?||00:07:00|
|Lens focal length, Pt I – Perspective||00:04:00|
|Lens focal length, Pt II – ‘Field of View’||00:03:00|
|Lens focal length, Pt III – ‘Depth of Field’||00:04:00|
|Other General Techniques|
|A neat idea for a fun, dramatic portrait||00:02:00|
|How the ‘half press of the shutter’ technique can improve your picture taking||00:06:00|
|How to easily create a stunning online slide show in minutes||00:09:00|
|How to take photos of fireworks||00:09:00|
|How To Take A Really Flattering Profile Or PR Photo|
|Take a more flattering PR or Profile photo – Basic technique using using ‘Top Shade’||00:07:00|
|Take a more flattering Profile or PR photo – Refining the basic profile or PR image||00:04:00|
|Which Digital Camera To Buy Next, Megapixels Is Not The Answer.|
|The myth of megapixels – image resolution and quality||00:06:00|
|Which camera should i buy next – there’s so many to choose from!||00:15:00|
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|Order Your Certificate Now||00:00:00|
|Get Your Insurance Now|
|Get Your Insurance Now||00:00:00|