Webinar #2 – Learn How to Take Photos
Duration⌛ : 2 hours
Date📆 : 30th January 2021 (Saturday)
Time⏱️: 10-12 PM
Via💻: Google Meet
About this Webinar
New to DSLR cameras? Learn fundamentals for your best photos yet!
This webinar is is a smart, inspiring way to get up to speed quickly. You’ll learn how to manually balance shutter speed, aperture, and ISO to achieve perfect exposure, every time.
Easy-to-follow lessons include how to:
👉 Balance shutter speed, aperture, and ISO for perfect exposure (and conquer fear of “manual” mode)
👉 Freeze and blur motion via shutter speed
👉 Control background blur via aperture
👉 Edit your photos in 5 minutes or less
Plus, you’ll also learn Najihah’s go-to camera settings, must-have gear, and recommendations on a budget. By the end, you’ll know how to master your settings, shoot in manual mode for total control, and create the pro-level photos you’ve always imagined.
What you’ll learn
👉 What every beginner must know —fundamentals of how to use your camera, discussing camera settings like ISO, aperture, and shutter speed.
👉 Understanding your Camera —shutter speed, ISO, aperture and balancing the exposure triangle.
👉 Deeper dive: Shutter speed —You’ll learn how to shoot in manual and TV modes on your camera in an outdoor, city setting and how to pan your camera with the motion of your subject.
👉 Deeper dive: Aperture —You’ll learn to shoot aperture photography by setting your camera to aperture priority mode. Justin will show you how to pick your aperture value first and let the camera do the rest of the work for you.
👉 Deeper dive: ISO —In an indoor setting, you’ll see how to play with your ISO settings to take product photographs in low light. You’ll learn how to adjust and set ISO ranges in your DSLR camera.
👉 Composition technique —How to compose your photographs, including rules and guidelines you can use to help improve the composition of your photos.
👉 Choosing Lenses and accessories —including the benefits of using a DSLR camera over a point-and-shoot. You’ll get some alternative camera recommendations and learn how to choose a lens.
👉 Post-processing—including editing tips & tricks.
This class is ideal for beginners and intermediate enthusiasts.