- WPPI 2015
- Lesson 30 – Nikon and Canon lenses overview
- Lesson 29 – Taking a Self-Portrait and Tethering with Lightroom
- Lesson 28 – Multiplying Person in Photoshop (Using Masks)
- Lesson 27 – How to Remove Objects in Photoshop
- Lesson 26 – Using Flash: Exposure and Flash Modes
- Lesson 25 – Creating the Frame around the Image in Photoshop
- Lesson 24 – How to Watermark Images in Photoshop (batch process)
- Lesson 23 – DoF Calculator and Hyperfocal Distance
- Lesson 22 – How to Correct White Balance with Grey Card in Lightroom and Camera Raw
This photography lesson is about different types of camera. We will be talking about point and shoot cameras, entry level DSLR, semi-pro DSLR, pro DSLR and medium format cameras. DETAILS FROM THE VIDEO: Camera Types: Point and Shoot Entry Level DSLR Semi – Pro DSLR Professional DSLR Medium Format Digital Backs POINT AND SHOOT: Pros: Make all thinking/decisions for you Easy to use Light weight Small size Massive DoF Price Cons: Make all thinking/decisions for you Limited controls Image quality Hard to impossible to get a shallow DoF Can’t change lenses or external flash A lot of noise while … Continue reading
In this photography lesson we will be talking about auto and manual focus. I will show your how to change the focus setting in the camera from auto to manual. We will discus different auto focusing modes. I will also how your how to focus with a single focus point and when is better to use manual focus instead of auto. INFORMATION FROM THE VIDEO: AUTOFOCUS MODES: NIKON CANON AF-S (AF singles) One Shot – Once … Continue reading
In this photography lesson we will be compering raw and jpeg files, their pros and cons, situations to use one or another. SOME INFO FROM THE VIDEO: RAW processing software : – Adobe Lightroom – Adobe Camera Raw (Comes with Photoshop) – Capture One – Picasa – Nikon Capture NX – Canon’s Digital Photo Professional (DPP) _____________________________________________ RAW in different cameras: NEF ( Nikon) CR2, CRW (Canon) SRF, SR2 (Sony) ORF (Olympus) PEF (Pentax) RW2 (Panasonic) MEF (Mamiya) _____________________________________________ JPEG files: PROS: 1. File size is much smaller 2. No need for postprocessing 3. Files are ready … Continue reading
In this lesson we will be talking about white balance (color balance) and learning how to set different white balance modes including a custom white balance using grey card. We also will be testing a different white balance modes under different light. Part 1: Part 2: VISUALS FROM THE VIDEOS: TAKE A QUIZ TO TEST THAT YOU HAVE LEARNED IN THIS LESSON.
Light – is one of the most important aspects of photography. Every photographer should know how to see light and how to use it. In this lesson we will be talking about light and its characteristics. A lot of examples for better visualization and understanding. VISUALS FROM THE VIDEO: TAKE A QUIZ TO TEST THAT YOU HAVE LEARNED IN THIS LESSON.