- Intro & Background - Photography Course - Part 1
- Basic Photography - Photography Course - Part 2
- Composition - Photography Course - Part 3
- Exposure - Photography Course - Part 4
- Aperture & Depth of Field - Photography Course - Part 5
- Lecture 6: Shutter Speed
- Lecture 7: ISO
- Lecture 8: Lighting
- Lecture 9: Lenses
- Lecture 10: Practical Photography
I've been running this 1 day photography course around Australia & New Zealand since 2009, helping several thousand people gain more enjoyment from their passion - one small group at a time. However, as we're now busier than ever running our Photography Tours, time has come to throw open the doors and let everyone enjoy it! Divided into sequential sections, each video features plenty of examples, animations and easy-to-understand explanations to guide you right through from basic camera setup and composition, to aperture, shutter speed, exposure compensation, ISO, lighting, lenses, histograms, white balance and so much more! The first 5 parts are ready to watch for FREE!
The secret formula to get the job you deserve.
About the instructors
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Photographer, Adventurer & Conservationist.
Born in 1983, Chris grew up sailing around the world and then leading world-first cart-hauling expeditions across the arctic before becoming an award-winning Australian Geographic photographer, Lowepro ambassador and Canon’s Australian ambassador for five years.
Chris’s work has appeared in National Geographic (along with Australian and Canadian Geographic) as well as TIME Magazine and Discovery Channel. He’s written a successful book 'The 1000 Hour Day' (now a multi award-winning documentary 'The Crossing'), sits on the advisory committee for The Australian Geographic Society, is a International Fellow of the Explorers Club and is also founder and CEO of Conservation United, crowd-funding the world’s critical conservation projects.
Besides running 1-day photography courses and photo tours around the world, Chris and his wife Jess recently became the first people to sail a junk-rig sailboat through the Northwest Passage over the arctic.
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