How Does A Camera Work
Introduction Module 2
File Size & Quality
Empty Slot Release Lock
Introduction To Module 3
The Factors That Effect Exposure
Introduction To Module 4
First Of All...Stand Correctly
Getting Your Subject In Focus
Introduction To Module 5
Downloading From Your Camera
Storage Indexing & Backup
The Main Points
This course is designed for new photographers, or those who have a new camera (both compact and DSLR).
You may be overwhelmed by all the buttons and menus, so this course will quickly show you which are the most important settings, and which you can forget about.
By configuring your camera to give you the best possible quality, you'll then be able to concentrate on the more creative aspects of photography.
You'll finish this course with a clear understanding of basic photography principles, and know which settings on your camera need to be 'tweaked' to get the results you want, even when using the 'automatic' modes.
The main areas covered by this course are:
Since founding his own photography business Paul has gained many awards - including the top accolades of UK Photographer of the Year from the Master Photographer's Association AND from the British Institute of Professional Photography. Paul has served as the Commercial Sector Chairman of the MPA/BIPP's qualification team and has previously received a Presidential Award from the MPA for his services to the Photographic Industry. As a result his work is marketed worldwide and he is in regular demand as a photographic speaker and judge both in the UK and internationally.
Paul shoots commercial images for advertising and packaging, press and PR images for the newspaper and magazine industry, and lots of 'people' shots: Fashion shoots, corporate portraits, and family groups are all undertaken with the same flair and creativity that stems from Paul's passion for photography. In 2011/2012, Paul was elected National President for the Master Photographer's Association - a title that he was honoured to receive.
Currently, Paul is the MPA's Director of Qualifications for Associate and Fellowship submissions. In 2013, Paul was invited to be Chair of Judges for the BIPP's 'Open' competition, and in 2014 he was instrumental in creating a new worldwide judging system for the MPA. Paul has travelled to the Far East on several occasions to train the overseas judging teams, and to oversee the quality standards put in place by the MPA. In 2014 Paul received the highest accolade possible from the Master Photographer's Association - an Honorary Fellowship, in recognition of his work and dedication to professional standards.