Understanding Photography Basics with simple words Free Edition

Developer: Serge Ramelli

Current Version: 1.0

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 53.7 MB - Download

Description:

Understand the basics of photography with simple words
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Must buy ! *****
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Excellent - I've just completed the videos and this app has been excellent. Well presented, no over complicated instructions' just practical examples.This improved my photography skills and understanding significantly.Buy it.

The challenge of this course is to try to explain the basics of photography without using technical words.

I will give also as many visual examples possible to grasp the different technical aspects.

Serge Ramelli is the NBR #1 training in France (all this course is in English !)




Summary 13 short chapters:
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- Finding a correct exposure the AV mode.

- Finding a correct exposure the TV mode.

- What about ISO ?

- The manual mode, the pro mode.


If you purchase the full version you will get the following videos :


- Exposure compensation.

- Photos' recipes.

- The basics of lens and tips.

- Raw vs JPG ?

- Pratical example : Day light landscapes.

- Pratical example : Golden hour landscapes.

- Pratical example : Night landscapes and night portraits.

- The rule of composition

- An introduction to retouching using Lightroom 4.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.0
Review by mozo42

Excellent! The title is accurate. Great clarification of the basics and then some! - Thank you Serge for this tutorial! I have a decent understanding of photography and recently moved up to the DSLR's. I have even been to a few seminars. However, my shots have been inconsistent even when just shooting in AV mode. I didn't always understand why some were blurry and some were not. Your tutorials allowed me to really absorb in what you described as "the simplest terms" what aperture, time value, manual and ISO are really all about in a way that finally stuck with me. This is a great tutorial for all those people out there that I see walking around with $1000- 2000 cameras who still have the camera stuck on the automatic mode. The free version covers enough to get you started but because this tutial helped clarify so many things for me, I feel I owe it to Serge and myself to spend the 6 dollars for the full version. Again, thanks so much for putting this together. I have already suggested this to dozens of friends.

Found helpful by 21 out of 21 people

More Reviews for Current Version

5/5
Version 1.0
Review by cwiens

Great works - I really appreciate this course. You do a great job explaining the basics in a realworld, visual way.

Found helpful by 8 out of 11 people
4/5
Version 1.0
Review by pierrewyn

Great - I've been a photographer for a few years now and I can't express how helpful I hav found this app! Thumbs Up!

Found helpful by 6 out of 9 people
5/5
Version 1.0
Review by dustyd64

Helpful even for camcorders! - I have a handheld HD camcorder that takes wonderful, crisp, and vibrant video in the daylight, but bombs out at night. I watched the ISO video and all was explained!! I blacked out a room, used an external light source, cranked down the ISO exposure, and voila! Seemingly magically, my inexpensive handheld camcorder became the perfect investment in HD recording, and now I've ordered one of the portable0 HALO lights I've always wanted to achieve perfect video shots!! Thanks Serge!!!

Found helpful by 5 out of 7 people
5/5
Version 1.0
Review by MollyRoth99

Great for beginners - I recently got the cannon rebel t3i and have the hardest time using manuals to figure out even the most basic things about photography. These short tutorials clearly explain the basics making it easy for beginners like me to understand.

Found helpful by 13 out of 13 people
5/5
Version 1.0
Review by arbuckle 77

Great Class - This course is very good in explaining the use of the different modes such as F stop, Shutter Speed, Manual modes. It also explains how to adjust ISO to double the sensitivity to light, which comes in handy. He does recommend shooting at ISO 100 most of the time. It is definitely a good explanation of basic photography. If you are an advanced shooter you may not need this, but it is still a good review for anybody.

Found helpful by 10 out of 11 people
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