Beginners Guide to Digital Photography – Level 2

Beginners Guide to Digital Photography – Level 2

Evening course | 3 weeks | 18.30 - 21.30 | 11 places | £239
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Apr, 4, 11 & 18 / Tue £239 Joel Ford10Book Now
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See dates for our daytime courses here - Beginner DSLR 1 Day

Please email us if you would like to register your interest for future dates, or if you would like to be added to a waiting list for a full course.

 

Course description

This course is the logic follow up to our Level 1 course. It is aimed at those who already know the basics of digital photography, know how their camera works and who want to step it up a level.

Held in the evenings and based in a relaxed and professional classroom environment, this course includes three sessions over three weeks. Alongside theory, participants will undertake practical projects both indoors and on location in the local area, as well as being set small practical assignments in between each session.

Each participant on this intermediate DSLR course will further their knowledge of digital photography and their creative potential, by learning exposure in-depth, understanding histograms, sensor sizes, perspective, light metering and more.

This course will also cover lenses, filters and focal lengths as well as mastering composition using a combination of creative and technical knowledge.

Image processing and the best options for post production will also be discussed and participants are encouraged to bring in an image for discussion.

For further information or to book over the phone, please call us at the office on 020 7729 1936.

 

Course Content:

  • Exposure in depth
  • Calculating exposure in Stops
  • Histograms and Tonal Range
  • Understanding and recognising correct exposure using Histograms
  • Metering modes
  • Bracketing
  • HDR
  • Lenses
  • Focal length
  • Prime vs zoom lenses
  • Lens impact on Depth of Field
  • Angle of View and perspective
  • Filters
  • Custom White Balance
  • Colour temperature
  • Calibrating and profiling (camera, monitor, printers)
  • RAW vs Jpeg
  • Bit Depth
  • Sensor sizes
  • Noise
  • Manual Focus vs Auto Focus
  • Incident and reflective light metering
  • How the digital image is constructed and how it differs from film
  • Composition – utilising creative and technical knowledge
  • Flash – main source of light and fill in
  • Reflectors
  • Lens flare
  • Discussing the purpose of Photoshop and post-production
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    Requirements: Digital SLR Camera & and prior knowledge equivalent to the Level 1 version of this course.


    Don't have your own DSLR camera?

    If you don't have your own Digital SLR camera then there's no need to worry. You can hire one of ours for £15 per day. Send us an email for more details - info@photographycourselondon.com

     

    Please note our classroom is on the first floor with no lift. If you are less-abled or have any concerns please contact the office.


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    'Liane Harris is fantastic – knowledgeable, enthusiastic, a great teacher and has a passion for photography that is contagious. My goals were to learn how to use my DSLR camera and to know what makes a good photo. I feel that I have accomplished these and so much more. I am inspired to continue taking great photos!’
    ★★★★★  Candice de Villiers

    ‘Another great course from these guys. The Level 2 was spot on with its pitch to the relative beginner. Thoroughly enjoyable!’
    ★★★★  Daniel Francis

    ‘Liane is a great teacher, enthusiastic and obviously very knowledgeable about all aspects of photography. She is very good at explaining things and ever so patient in answering everybody's questions. She is positive and encouraging and gave me confidence to use my camera well, more confidently.’
    ★★★★★  Donia Jud

    ‘I learned so much, which I could use immediately and it wasn't even overwhelming. I never thought that I'd learn to use my camera in such a short time! Homework was absolutely doable and fun! Liane's enthusiasm is contagious and as a result I only want to know more!’
    ★★★★  Marcia Siebers

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