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Beginning Photography Masterclass


Release date:2022

Author:Dare Cinema

Skill level:Beginner


Exercise files:Yes

Imagine you could…
Fully understand your camera, how it works, and how to use it like a pro.
Feel confident and inspired to use your camera to its full potential.
Capture amazing images like the ones you aspire to.

What You’ll Learn

In this lesson, I’ll give you an overview on the structure of the course and ask you the key question you have to answer to begin this course.

How to Study This Course
In this lesson, I go over how to study this course.

The three most essential tools of the photographer
What are the three most vital tools of the photographer? Almost everyone knows the first two and almost everyone doesn’t guess the third. Do you know?

Telling Stories with Light
Many people beginning in photography get obsessed with gear and they overlook the most important thing that they should be obsessing over. So what is it?

What is Exposure?
Every photo exists because the sensor or film was exposed to light, but very few people fully understand what exposure actually means.

What is Light Sensitivity/ISO
A lot of people think of ISO as “that setting you adjust which brings more light into the camera,” and that’s actually wrong. In this video, I’ll cover what ISO actually is, how it came to be, and …

The Problem with Higher ISOs – Noise
In this lesson, we will discuss why noise occurs and what you can do to control it.

What is Shutter Speed?
Shutter speed is one of the most versatile adjustments a photographer can use to get properly exposed photographs. In this video we will talk about what it is, what it does and how you use it.

The problem with Longer Shutter Speeds: Movement
Many people run into problems with blurry photos, especially in low light, and they don’t know how to fix it. Here we will examine why you get blur in your photos and what you can do about it.

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