You cannot be a successful photographer just because you own an expensive camera. You need to know all the tricks of functioning the camera and how to use it to take the best pictures that are unique. You could be a new photographer or a student with a basic knowledge in the field. Either way, “Photography – Become a Better Photographer – Part I – Level 3” can be extremely useful to become better in the craft.
This course primarily deals with how to change the settings of the camera to suit different purposes. Furthermore it introduces you to the concepts of lighting and composition you should know before taking a good photograph. What is more important than all these areas of study are the camera equipment you get along with it. “Photography – Become a Better Photographer – Part I – Level 3” teaches how to perfectly use the gear in accordance with the settings of the camera to create wonders.
“Photography – Become a Better Photographer – Part I – Level 3” is IAP accredited and its course material is prepared by the experiences photographers in the field. This makes the course material you receive to be in high quality which are inclusive of their professional experience as well as expertise in the field. By following their lead, you can avoid certain mistakes. Eventually you are guided to become a professional photographer with knowledge as well as skills to shoot the best photographs.
Study365 is a leading online provider for several accrediting bodies, and provides learners the opportunity to take this course. At Study365, we give our fullest attention to our learners’ needs and ensure they have the necessary information required to proceed with the training.
Learners who register with us will be given excellent learning support, discounts for future purchases and be eligible for a TOTUM Discount card and Student ID card with amazing offers and access to retail stores, the library, cinemas, gym memberships and their favourite restaurants.
With a passion for photography which began when his parents presented him with a camera at just 11 years old, Bernie Raffe is a professional photographer based in the United Kingdom. An award-winning portrait and wedding photographer, Bernie has qualified at the Associate Level of the Master Photographers Association (MPA) and Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers (SWPP). His goal is to teach you how to be a better photographer and take memorable and inventive photos to wow others!
Bernie has received more than 100, 5-star reviews for his teaching style. He demonstrates the intricacies of film and photography without clouding your perceptions of the science behind the images. He is a motivational speaker on this subject to beginners, amateurs and professionals alike, and occasionally does a guest spot on cruise ships.
This is a knowledge-based course, and thus, will contain no method of assessment.
The International Awards for Professionals IAP is an awarding body established in 1999 that aims to promote a high educational standard. They hope to create online education that is trustworthy and credible. They are focused on raising the standards of online education, and ensuring it is accessible to all. The IAP provides accreditation for a range of educational establishments, and monitors and continually develops the educational standards of such institutions. Their globally recognised certifications give learners the opportunity to acquire the skills and knowledge needed to gain employment in the chosen fields.
Upon the successful completion of the course, learners will be awarded an accredited certificate of completion For “Photography - Become a Better Photographer - Part I - Level 3”.
Course material will be directly provided to the candidates and they have access for 12 months. They are able to complete the self-learning process in stages as well as revisit the lessons anytime they want within that time frame.
The “Photography - Become a Better Photographer - Part I - Level 3” is designed to progress your competency in photography. Taking this course makes you eligible to pursue further education as well as a profession. Successful completion of the course guarantees an accredited qualification that paves way to a great career which requires the skills covered by the course. Here are some of the professions you are qualified to pursue with the knowledge you get from the course and once you complete all the areas of study in photography. Given below are job titles you can compete for, along with the average UK salary per annum according to https://www.glassdoor.com.
Photographer - £45,302 (approximately)
|1. Chapter 1 - Basic camera settings (important info used in subsequent lectures)|
|1.1 Promo- Become A Better Photographer – Part I||FREE||00:02:00|
|1.2 Lecture 01- Exposure Triangle||FREE||00:07:00|
|1.3 Lecture 02 – Apertures Basic||FREE||00:06:00|
|1.4 Lecture 03 – Shutter Speed Basics||FREE||00:03:00|
|1.5 Lecture 04 – ISO||FREE||00:08:00|
|1.6 Lecture 05 – Exposure Compensation||00:07:00|
|2. Chapter 2 - More advance camera settings|
|2.1 Lecture 06 – Depth Of Field SLR||00:07:00|
|2.2 Lecture 08 – Camera Shake||00:08:00|
|2.3 Lecture 09 – Depth Of Field Compacts||00:04:00|
|2.4 Lecture 10 – Histograms||00:08:00|
|2.5 Lecture 11 – Focusing sharp||00:10:00|
|3. Chapter 3 - Improve your images with natural lighting|
|3.1 Lecture 12 – Top Shade||00:05:00|
|3.2 Lecture 13 – Sun And Shade||00:04:00|
|3.3 Lecture 14 – Direction Of Light||00:08:00|
|3.4 Lecture 15 – Blue Skies||00:03:00|
|3.5 Lecture 16 – Ambient No Flash||00:04:00|
|3.6 Lecture 17 – Window Light 1||00:06:00|
|3.7 Lecture 18 – Window Light 2||00:03:00|
|3.8 Lecture 19 – Backlighting||00:05:00|
|3.9 Lecture 20 – Reflectors||00:06:00|
|4. Chapter 4 - Improve your images using better composition|
|4.1 Lecture 21 – Rule of Thirds||00:05:00|
|4.2 Lecture 22 – Diagonal Lines||00:08:00|
|4.3 Lecture 23 – Leading Lines||00:08:00|
|4.4 Lecture 24 – Repeating Patterns||00:03:00|
|4.5 Lecture 25 – Frame In Frame||00:03:00|
|4.6 Lecture 26 – Blur Background SLR||00:05:00|
|4.7 Lecture 27 – Blur Background Compacts||00:03:00|
|4.8 Lecture 28 – Cluttered Backgrounds||00:04:00|
|4.9 Lecture 29 – Unusual Backgrounds||00:03:00|
|4.10 Lecture 30 – Abstract Background||00:03:00|
|5. Chapter 5 - Tips on Posing for Portraits|
|5.1 Lecture 31 – Full Length Posing||00:05:00|
|5.2 Lecture 32 – Standing Family Poses||00:12:00|
|5.3 Lecture 33 – Seated Family Poses||00:08:00|
|5.4 Lecture 34 – Female Poses||00:08:00|
|5.5 Lecture 35 – Children 6 Months||00:07:00|
|5.6 Lecture 36 – Children 9 Months||00:07:00|
|6. Chapter 6 - Landscapes and scenery|
|6.1 Lecture 37 – Landscapes Barbara||00:21:00|
|6.2 Lecture 38 – Snow||00:08:00|
|7. Chapter 7 - Flash photography|
|7.1 Lecture 39 – Bounce Flash 1||00:05:00|
|7.2 Lecture 40 – Bounce Flash 2||00:05:00|
|7.3 Lecture 41 – Diffused Built In Flash||00:06:00|
|7.4 Lecture 42 – Balance Flash Ambient||00:05:00|
|8. Chapter 8 - Information and tips on using lenses|
|8.1 Lecture 43 – Lenses||00:08:00|
|8.2 Lecture 44 – Focal Length Pt1-Perspective||00:05:00|
|8.3 Lecture 45 – Focal Length Pt2-FOV||00:03:00|
|8.4 Lecture 46 – Focal Length Pt3 -DOF||00:04:00|
|9. Chapter 9 - Other general techniques|
|9.1 Lecture 47 – Half Press Shutter||00:07:00|
|9.2 Lecture 48 – Fireworks||00:10:00|
|9.3 Lecture 49 – Fun Dramatic Image||00:02:00|
|9.4 Lecture 50 – Longer Legs||00:01:00|
|10. Chapter 10 - How to take a really flattering Profile or PR photo|
|10.1 Lecture 51 – Profile Photos 1||00:08:00|
|10.2 Lecture 52 – Profile Photos 2||00:04:00|
|11. Chapter 11 - Which digital camera to buy next|
|11.1 Lecture 53 – Myth Of MP||00:06:00|
|11.2 Lecture 54 – Camera Types||00:16:00|
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