Get to know your DSLR Camera
Starting a tour of the functions and settings available on your camera. Knowing shutter speed, Aperture, and ISO and their relations.
Natural Lighting & Studio Lighting
To understand the difference between natural lighting and studio lighting and how each will effect your images.
Shutter speed determines the amount of time digital sensor is exposed to the light. We take pictures and wondered why there is blurred movement in the shot. You will need to understand the settings for the shutter-speed to minimise camera shake and blurry images.
Depth of Field
Many photographers use the aperture to influence how much light is getting into the lens. However that is just a by-product of its actual function, which is to give, you control over your depth-of-field, but we’ll show you how.
ISO is the significant variable that can affect exposure. Understanding the ISO is very important to achieving the best results.
Understanding 'Colour temperature' of a light source, which refer to the relative warmth or coolness of light.
SLR Shooting Modes
Manual Mode (M); Aperture Priority Mode (AV) or (A); Shutter Priority Mode (TV) or (S); Program Mode (P)
What makes a good photo a great photo? Now you no longer have to wonder, as you will be shown the best techniques for composing a truly inspiring image.
How to Direct your Subjects
Editorial photography usually consists of models in a variety of poses. Find out how to direct your subjects to create the perfect picture either for professional or personal purposes.