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Photography Master Class

Everything You Need to Know to Take Awesome Photos

By Chris Parker | in Online Courses

This course begins with the absolute basics of photography: understanding the exposure triangle. From there, you'll learn about aperture, shutter speed, ISO, and much more. Ultimately, you'll take steps towards shooting manually so that by the end of the course, you'll be able to ditch Auto and shoot in Manual Mode.

  • Access 63 lectures & 5 hours of content 24/7
  • Get to know the basics of your camera
  • Explore a variety of different lenses
  • Become a master of understanding light
  • Learn the exposure triangle & the missing element
  • Master aperture for full creative control
  • Discover the 7 Ingredients of Composition

Instructor

Chris Parker has 30 years of experience as a pro photographer. He's also a graphic designer and a lifelong user of Photoshop and Lightroom. He's been helping photographers achieve their creative vision since 2010.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: beginner

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Getting to know your camera
    • Getting To Know Your Camera - 1:58
    • The Basics of Your Camera - 6:14
    • Focusing Modes - 7:00
    • Shooting Modes - 7:03
    • Drive Modes - 4:16
    • Quality Modes - 5:25
    • Metering Modes - 2:22
    • White Balance - 5:58
  • Getting to know your lenses
    • New vs. Old Lenses - 3:01
    • Off Brand vs Name Brand - 2:35
    • Parts of Lenses - 3:39
    • Focal Length - 3:08
    • When to Use Which Length - 4:00
    • Cropped Sensor - 9:51
    • Types of Lenses - 1:19
    • Prime Lenses - 2:34
    • Zoom Lenses - 3:42
    • Macro Lenses - 5:43
    • Fish Eye Lenses - 1:52
    • Tilt-Shift Lenses - 5:49
    • Lens Baby - 4:32
  • Getting to know your light
    • What is the True Meaning of Photography - 2:54
    • Do You Really Know Where Light Comes From - 1:25
    • Do You Really Know What Light Is - 2:06
    • Visible Light Spectrum - 1:34
    • How We See Things and Why They Have Color - 1:13
    • How You See vs. Your Camera - 5:09
    • Three Behaviors of Light - 1:41
    • Reflection - 4:57
    • Absorption - 2:08
    • Transmission - 2:53
    • Tones & Dynamic Range - 9:10
    • HDR Photography - 4:53
    • What is Contrast - 3:54
    • The 4 Characteristics of Light - 1:16
    • Quality - 2:44
    • Intensity - 5:20
    • Color - 5:08
    • Direction - 3:03
  • Understand Exposure
    • Exposure Triangle Part 1 - 8:46
    • Exposure Triangle Part 2 - 5:34
    • Aperture - 5:02
    • Aperture Project - 3:31
    • Shutter Speed - 2:14
    • Shutter Speed Project - 1:57
    • ISO - 4:23
    • ISO Project - 2:54
    • Understanding Exposure - 5:55
    • Exposure Analogy - 7:29
    • Exposure Analogy 2 - 3:11
    • Light Meter - 4:20
    • Exposure Indicator + Exposure Value - 4:38
    • Exposure Value Project - 5:17
    • Manual Mode & Project - 3:34
  • Understand Composition
    • What Is Composition - 7:52
    • Your Eyes vs Viewfinder - 2:20
    • Aspect Ratio - 6:25
    • Compositional Elements - 6:52
    • Light for composition - 18:58
    • Lines for composition - 21:28
    • Frames for composition - 9:26
    • Depth for composition - 6:10
    • Reflections for composition - 8:21

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Wedding Photography: From Zero to Profits

Learn How to Become a Successful & Profitable Wedding Photographer

By Chris Parker | in Online Courses

If you're interested in becoming a wedding photographer, this course will show you how to not just get business but become fully profitable while working part-time. There's more to wedding photography than just photography; you have to know how to run a business, too. In this course, you'll learn everything from starting up, pricing for profit, marketing, building a network, and more.

  • Access 60 lectures & 10.5 hours of content 24/7
  • See what you need in a camera bag
  • Learn how to price your wedding photography for profit
  • Discover marketing techniques to grow your business
  • Learn the 5 key "terms of agreements" you should include in your contract
  • Understand how to perform damage control if you have to miss a booking due to events out of your control

Instructor

Chris Parker has 30 years of experience as a pro photographer. He's also a graphic designer and a lifelong user of Photoshop and Lightroom. He's been helping photographers achieve their creative vision since 2010.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: beginner

Requirements

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Wedding Photography - the Business Side to Being Successful
    • What Type of Photographer - 2:59
    • Business Name Part 1 - 3:35
    • Business Name Part 2 - 2:40
    • Branding - 7:36
    • Logo - 5:23
    • Business Legal Structure - 2:00
    • Sales Tax - 2:03
    • Checking + Credit Cards - 1:54
    • Merchant Account - 4:40
    • To be or not to be a Bookkeeper - 9:06
    • Associations - 6:58
    • Insurance - 9:34
    • Office - 6:21
    • Contract - 19:50
  • Wedding Photography - Pricing for Profit
    • Pricing Strategies - 6:37
    • Pricing for Profit Formula - 16:59
    • Pricing Model - 9:42
  • Marketing
    • Domain + Website - 12:48
    • 3 Main Pages for your Website - 7:47
    • SEO - 12:10
    • Build Your Portfolio - 6:42
    • Social Media - 8:12
    • Networking - 10:00
    • Word of Mouth - 12:31
    • MARKETING via associations - 5:10
    • Online Advertising - 12:22
  • Wedding Photography - the Booking Consultation
    • Sales Consult - 11:32
    • Follow Up - 4:03
    • Contract + Deposit - 2:43
  • Wedding Photography - the 1-4 Week Before the Wedding
    • Final Payment - 3:27
    • Final Consultation - 22:42
    • Prep Before The Shoot - 3:33
    • Final Prep - 2:21
  • Wedding Photography - the Day Of
    • Bride Part 1 - 6:50
    • Bride Part 2 - 15:10
    • Bride Part 3 - 16:36
    • Bride Part 4 - 18:40
    • Bride Part 5 - 26:47
    • Groom Part 1 - 17:50
    • Groom Part 2 - 15:12
    • Pre Ceremony Part 1 - 14:09
    • Pre Ceremony Part 2 - 15:23
    • Pre Ceremony Culture Events - 5:25
    • Processional Part 1 - 13:46
    • Processional Part 2 - 14:17
    • Ceremony Part 1 - 14:19
    • Ceremony Part 2 - 8:58
    • Recessional - 5:28
    • Family Part 1 - 15:04
    • Family Part 2 - 10:43
    • Wedding Party - 10:04
    • the Couple Part 1 - 16:03
    • the Couple Part 2 - 17:01
    • the Couple Part 3 - 17:37
    • the Couple Part 4 - 22:09
    • the Couple Part 5 - 16:09
    • Reception Part 1 - 10:54
    • Reception Part 2 - 4:56
    • Reception Part 3 - 14:19
    • Reception Part 4 - 18:37

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Mac Photos 2018: Photo Editing, Organizing And Sharing On Mac

Learn the Photo Editing Ropes From This Best-Selling Expert

By VideoSchoolOnline | in Online Courses

Formerly known as iPhoto, Mac Photos is the free Mac application that works as a phenomenal photo editing tool and organizer. Following along this best-selling instructor, you'll learn the Mac Photo essentials and how you can work its features into your own photography workflow.

  • Access 53 lectures & 4 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn how to import photos from your camera & organize them
  • Fine-tune your images w/ advanced tips on slider adjustments
  • Learn how to crop, rotate & retouch your photos
  • Use the auto-enhance feature to save time when editing photos
  • Learn the best ways to organize your photos

Instructor

Phil Ebiner is a Mac-user, photographer, best-selling Udemy instructor, and most importantly - he truly wants to help you with this course. No matter what your skill level is right now, you'll get the best support in this course.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web, mobile
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: beginner
  • Course is taught using macOS High Sierra version

Requirements

  • Internet required
  • Mac computer
  • Any version of the Mac Photos app

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Welcome to the Course (1:58)
    • Download Your Practice Photos
    • Import Photos from Your Computer (2:44)
    • Import Photos from Camera SD Card (2:32)
    • Import Photos from iPhone with Cable (1:34)
    • Import Photos via iCloud (7:56)
    • Importing Photos with My Photo Stream (3:38)
    • Import Photos from Online (0:50)
  • Viewing and Organizing Your Photos
    • Viewing Your Photos (6:05)
    • Viewing Photos by People, Places, and More (5:02)
    • Albums, Smart Albums, and Media Types (6:29)
    • Adding Keywords, Favoriting, and More (7:36)
  • Editing & Adjusting Your Photos
    • Editing Photos in Mac Photos (6:45)
    • Add Filters to Your Photos (2:53)
    • Cropping (3:24)
    • Improve Photos with Cropping (4:44)
    • Light Adjustments (5:40)
    • Color Adjustments (3:18)
    • Black and White Adjustments (3:39)
    • Retouching and Red Eye Removal (6:26)
    • White Balance (6:29)
    • Levels (11:05)
    • Curves (8:07)
    • Definition Adjustment (2:02)
    • Selective Color (3:49)
    • Noise Reduction (4:31)
    • Sharpening (2:47)
    • Vignettes (3:15)
    • Editing Live Photos (3:41)
  • Export and Share Your Photos
    • How to Export Photos (7:46)
    • Exporting Live Photos as GIF or Still Image (1:41)
    • Share Your Photos Online Instantly (1:44)
    • Create a Slideshow (10:50)
    • Printing Your Photos (4:35)
    • Order Prints Right From Mac Photos (3:09)
    • Ordering a Calendar (5:57)
    • Create a Book (5:09)
    • Create Cards (2:39)
  • Full Photo Editing Sessions
    • Editing a Portrait (10:31)
    • Editing a Group Photo (8:34)
    • Editing a Landscape Photo (7:17)
    • Editing a Night Photo (8:08)
    • Editing My Cat Portrait (5:16)
  • Advanced Mac Photo Tips & Tricks
    • How to Find Photos in Finder (1:20)
    • Change Where Photos are Stored (2:23)
    • Send Photos to Other Apps for Editing (2:09)
    • View All Keyboard Shortcuts (0:51)
    • Viewing and Editing Videos (5:38)
  • Using the iPhone Photos App
    • Viewing and Organizing Photos on Your Phone (4:55)
    • Sharing Photos from Your Phone (4:02)
    • Editing Photos on Your Phone (6:20)
  • Conclusion
    • Conclusion (1:15)

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Street Photography for Beginners

Capture All the Beautiful Candid Moments Around You

By Video School Online | in Online Courses

You're out in your city or traveling in a foreign land, and you want to capture the story of that place with your camera. But you miss that interesting person or that photo of that building doesn't come out as you imagined, You just need a little help. In this course, you'll learn how to compose beautiful photographs using the subjects around you.

  • Access 28 lectures & 1 hour of content 24/7
  • Understand the basic principles of taking great photos
  • Choose great locations & times to photograph
  • Get comfortable photographing strangers
  • Know the rules when it comes to photographing people & places in public
  • Shoot more creative compositions
  • Edit your photos better to make them really stand out
  • Grow your own following online, on platforms like Instagram

Instructor

Phil Ebiner is a Mac-user, photographer, best-selling Udemy instructor, and most importantly - he truly wants to help you with this course. No matter what your skill level is right now, you'll get the best support in this course.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web, mobile
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: beginner

Requirements

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Getting Started
    • Welcome to the Course - 1:48
    • What is Street Photography? - 2:53
    • Equipment Recommendations - 2:04
    • Recommended Settings - 4:26
    • Anthony's Story - Strongest I'll Ever Be - 15:04
  • Photography Basics
    • How to Find Amazing Street Photography Locations - 4:28
    • Tips for Shooting Photographs of Strangers - 14:12
    • Composing a Great Street Photograph - 9:21
  • Photography Examples - Portraits
    • Portrait - Face in the Shadows - 2:27
    • Portrait - Capturing Raw Emotions - 5:19
    • Portrait - When Life Gives You Lemons - 2:03
    • Portrait - Get Up Close and Personal - 1:20
    • Portrait - When You Can't Take a Portrait - 2:31
    • Portrait - Can I Take Your Photograph While We're Talking? - 1:50
    • Portrait - Ease Your Way Into the Shot - 1:28
    • Portrait - Wait for the Right Moment - 2:26
  • Photography Examples - Creative Lighting
    • Lighting - Silhouettes and the Power of RAW - 2:23
    • Lighting - Back Lighting and Shadows - 2:17
    • Lighting -Drama and Lens Flares - 1:44
    • Lighting - Taking Photos at High Noon - 1:56
    • Lighting - Photographing the Sun - 1:12
    • Lighting - Walking Away - 0:41
  • Photography Examples - Bonus
    • Seeing the Beauty in the Small Things - 0:45
    • Be Ready for Any Moment - 1:02
    • Find Your Frame and Be Patient - 1:01
    • When Your Subject Walks on By - 0:48
    • Where Preparation and Luck Meet - 1:21
  • Course Conclusion
    • Thank You - 1:31

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The Art of Finding Light: Photography for the Artist in You

Become a Shrewd Photographer Who Knows How to Find Great Light

By Adam Marelli | in Online Courses

This course looks at finding light, anytime, anywhere in the world. Whether you are on the streets in Berlin or inside your friend’s home, creating pictures that glow is something that you can practice and master by knowing where to look. This is a comprehensive solution to lighting that does not rely on “post-production” or “expensive equipment” to make great photographs.

  • Access 8 lectures & 1.5 hours of content 24/7
  • Explore three types of artistic light
  • Learn how Caravaggio used the streets of Rome to light his paintings
  • Discover how to practice on your own
  • Understand how Claude Monet used a church to find the best light

Instructor

After completing a degree in sculpture and photography at NYU, Adam Marelli spent ten years apprenticing with both a master builder working on high-end residential projects and as a student of a Zen monk. He spent seven years studying in a monastery teaching the younger students how to maintain the building in exchange for his education. This afforded him an unparalleled understanding of both the “way in which things are made” and “how beliefs are put into practice.”

As such, Marelli takes a noticeably different approach to photography, putting the experience first and the camera second. Armed with only a pencil and a camera he is taking art outside of the studio and re-examining the roles of the artist and explorer. Unlike other photographers, he is not an observer behind the lens. He is an artist who participates, understands, and works alongside of the cultures he photographs.

For the past six years, Marelli has opened the doors of his studio to train photographers in the lost lessons of classical art. Throughout the year he hosts international photography workshops in Europe and Asia for small groups. One-on-one programs are offered for those who prefer personalized instruction. He wanted to make his teachings available online to a larger audience because he knows that everyone can become a better photographer.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web, mobile
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • First Section
    • Part 1: What did we learn from The Art of Figure to Ground. - 3:45
    • Part 2: Studying teeth will not reveal the mystery of a smile. - 13:45
    • Part 3: Three types of artistic light. - 12:18
    • Part 4: How Caravaggio used the streets of Rome to light his paintings. - 11:03
    • Part 5: How to practice on your own. - 16:37
    • Part 6: How Claude Monet used a church to find the best light. - 9:21
    • Part 7: Why Vermeer always had perfect light. - 12:29
    • Part 8: Your Assignment. - 5:11

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The Art of Perspective: Tools That Make Your Pictures Pop

Learn 200 Years of Artistic Innovation In Less Than 2 Hours

By Adam Marelli | in Online Courses

Perspective is one of the greatest inventions in the history of art and most photographers are only ever taught the Cliff’s Notes. Perspective allowed flat, 2D pictures to transform into life-like, 3D images that revolutionized how we see. It's how we went from cave paintings to Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel. Until now, the best lessons of Perspective were reserved for exclusive art educations. In this course, you can learn everything you need to know about Perspective in less than 2 hours.

  • Access 9 lectures & 1 hour of content 24/7
  • Maximize depth of field & bokeh
  • Create depth without leading lines
  • Use the geometry of streets, architecture, & nature to support your vision
  • Combine Perspective techniques so your pictures will jump off of the print, screen, book, or whatever final format you choose

Instructor

After completing a degree in sculpture and photography at NYU, Adam Marelli spent ten years apprenticing with both a master builder working on high-end residential projects and as a student of a Zen monk. He spent seven years studying in a monastery teaching the younger students how to maintain the building in exchange for his education. This afforded him an unparalleled understanding of both the “way in which things are made” and “how beliefs are put into practice.”

As such, Marelli takes a noticeably different approach to photography, putting the experience first and the camera second. Armed with only a pencil and a camera he is taking art outside of the studio and re-examining the roles of the artist and explorer. Unlike other photographers, he is not an observer behind the lens. He is an artist who participates, understands, and works alongside of the cultures he photographs.

For the past six years, Marelli has opened the doors of his studio to train photographers in the lost lessons of classical art. Throughout the year he hosts international photography workshops in Europe and Asia for small groups. One-on-one programs are offered for those who prefer personalized instruction. He wanted to make his teachings available online to a larger audience because he knows that everyone can become a better photographer.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web, mobile
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Requirements

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • First Section
    • P1: Introduction - 1:04
    • P2: How to make a picture pop? - 4:12
    • P3: Linear Perspective - 14:06
    • P4: Curvilinear Perspective - 14:06
    • P5: Atmospheric Perspective - 10:07
    • P6: Planar Perspective - 9:24
    • P7: Scale Perspective - 9:44
    • P8: Where did perspective come from? - 7:25
    • P9: Typical mistakes to avoid and assignment. - 5:42

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Beginner Digital Photography Course

Learn to Use Your DSLR Camera Like a Pro with This Beginner-Friendly Course

By Digital Photo Central | in Online Courses

Got a new DSLR camera? It probably looks pretty daunting, what with all those buttons and settings. This course will introduce you to your camera and teach you all the fundamental settings and methods for getting professional-looking photos out of your camera.

  • Access 18 lectures & 5 hours of content 24/7
  • Gain a photography foundation to fully unlock the potential of your camera
  • Understand the essential items you need in your DSLR pack
  • Meet the "Photo Triangle," a secret weapon for explaining the basics
  • Learn the composition techniques used by DaVinci, Botticelli, Van Gogh, & many more
  • Explore the fundamentals of exposure & ISO, and why they matter
  • Creatively utilize shutter speed

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Ken Schultz is the creator of the EasyDSLR Digital Photography Course. Ken setup a blog on digital photography in December 2010 and helped hundreds of new DSLR buyers with an eBook, "Digital SLR Buyer's Guide." This course condenses the knowledge Ken gained throughout his 30-year career as a photojournalist, capturing images of everything from international travel and ocean life to weddings.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web, mobile
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Requirements

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Introduction to Course
    • Introduction - 1:22
    • Beginner's Course Orientation - 6:52
  • DSLR Overview
    • What's a DSLR? - 17:28
    • DSLR Essentials - 10:02
  • Composition
    • Video Training - 38:50
  • Exposure
    • Introduction and ISO - 22:27
    • Aperture - 9:43
    • Shutter Speed - 39:44
  • White Balance
    • White Balance Basics - 16:08
    • Custom White Balance - 16:19
  • Focus
    • Focusing Basics - 11:25
    • Depth of Field - 12:31
  • Flash
    • Flash Basics - 26:57
    • Flash Diffusers - 15:57
  • Recap
    • Recap - 2:57

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Retouching Essentials in Photoshop

Create Amazing Images with Photoshop

By Marcin Mikus | in Online Courses

Want to turn your bad images into good ones and your good ones into great ones? All you need is a little retouching. Rather than spending hours watching tutorials on superfluous details, however, this course gets right to the point with essential tools and techniques in Photoshop to immaculately retouch photos.

  • Access 16 lectures & 2 hours of content 24/7
  • Learn how to do RAW conversion to make retouching easier
  • Clean up the image in a non-destructive way
  • Perform dodging & burning
  • Discover how to work w/ contrasts, shadows, & highlights
  • Understand how to work w/ colors

Instructor

Marcin Mikus is an open minded and creative Photoshop Instructor and Retoucher. He is most interested in photo retouching and photomanipulation.

He has been teaching Photoshop for the last few years. He spends almost every day with Photoshop, and in time was able to gain more and more knowledge about the right ways of teaching Photoshop. After a few years, he felt the time was right to come out with Premium Courses.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web, mobile
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

Requirements

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Introduction to The Course - 4:02
    • Resources to The Course
  • RAW Conversion
    • Raw Conversion in Camera Raw - 9:16
    • Raw Conversion in Capture One - 10:03
  • Cleaning up and Skin Retouching
    • Cleaning up Image - 9:05
    • Dodge & Burn Introduction - 9:30
    • Dodge & Burn Workflow - 8:53
  • Lights and Colors
    • Adjust Shadows and Highlights - 6:22
    • Image Toning - 8:05
    • Adjusting Colors - 2:43
  • Final Steps
    • Liquifying Image - 4:07
    • Final Touches - Colors and Lights - 3:19
    • Adding Noise - 4:43
  • Bonus Lessons - Another Example
    • Cleaning up Image - Whole Process - 10:12
    • Contrasts and Colors - 9:28
    • Final Steps - 5:10

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