This photography course will give you the key knowledge needed to become the master of your camera, covering the various functions of your camera, whilst giving you insights into shooting on location. This course uses a fun approach to learning with animations and a variety of quizzes to make sure you are retaining the information taught and are ready for the final assignment in order to gain your CDP certification, should you choose to do so (processing fee applicable).
We start the course right at the beginning of your journey into photography so jump aboard this learning train!
This course will help its students to;
- Know of a variety of essential photography terminology
- Utilise camera functions needed to control your camera
- Demonstrate photography skills needed in order to capture specific subjects such as products, landscapes, animals and people
- Properly compose and frame an image
- How to set up your camera on location
Who is this course for?
This course is for anyone who is eager to learn! We talk through different types of cameras so anyone with a camera can do this course (though to gain the most from this course, it is advisable to have a DSLR available to you).
I started teaching photography in 2008, when I set up a photography and video studio post graduating from university where I studied Broadcasting, which combined photography, videography and print.
Although now I am in love with landscape photography, the studio specialised in portrait and fashion photography. It's this varied knowledge of the different areas of photography that I believe helps me give the most to my students, who at times are unsure which direction of photography they would like to explore.
I teach because I like the journey of the students that come to me; from not knowing the basics, for instance how to change the lens to spouting out f stops and shutter speeds fractions! I believe that it is my duty to make sure that everyone who comes to me is left with a vast understanding of photography and this is what I strive for.