If you already understand the basic aspects of photography and are familiar with the capabilities of your camera but you want to bridge the gap to advanced techniques and creativity, then the DPC Advanced Photography Course will get you there. This course takes you beyond the basics; focus on more complex camera techniques and thinking processes and how to achieve a much higher quality output.
- Part 1: Focus on beyond the basics, technical aspects; such as advanced camera and lens techniques. Grow your photography knowledge with subjects such as visual language, advanced composition and lighting.
- Part 2: Covers digital workflow processes to ensure maximum accuracy and output quality.
- The course is outcome based and apart from class lectures you get practical assignments with feedback to enforce theories learned in class
- Exclusive access to the Advanced Photography Group on Photo Critic for ongoing support even after you finished your course
For whom is this course?
- Intermediate photographers who already understand the basic aspects of photography and would like to step up their photography to the next level.
- A total of 10 sessions; the course run over 9 weeks with evening classes and a full day practical shoot on a weekend day.
- A digital SLR, Mirrorless, or compact camera with Manual, or advanced program modes, tripod
- Computer with Lightroom and a basic working knowledge of Lightroom and raw.
- Internet access to view additional course material, trial software and upload assignments to Photo Critic
Key Aspects Covered
- Advanced camera settings and shoot preparation
- Advanced exposure, shooting in Manual-mode, zone system, multiple exposures
- Advanced exposure time, creative blur, long exposures, time-lapse, double exposures
- Advanced focus techniques, such as hyperfocal distance, back-button focusing, focus stacking, panoramas, Brenizer method
- Lens aspects, understanding lens compression, minimising distortion
- Developing as a photographer, purpose, planning and intention
- Creative lighting, chiaroscuro vs high-key lighting
- Creative composition and visual weight
- Colour management and theory
- RAW workflow
- Image preparation for best quality and output
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