Welcome to 10 Top Tips - Be More Creative With Your Camera! This is a short work to give you my0 Top Tips and describe why they will make you a better photographer. With over 25 years experience as a professional photographer I have designed these Top Tips to give you an encouraging start. Learning to make use of your camera in Manual Mode and freeing yourself from letting your camera making choices for you will let you be more creative along with your camera.
You will learn about the exposure triangle - ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed, and how to make use of the camera's exposure meter to generate well exposed photographs in any situation. I will teach you how to start appreciating different lighting conditions and how to take better images no matter what the light is like. You will also learn how our eyes see differently than our camera and why this is an important idea for photographers to grasp.
You will gain a essential understanding of your camera and the way you can be more creative along with your photography. I often run photography workshops with individuals who own modern, high tech, expensive camera equipment and shoot all their images on auto. In this work I will teach you how to break away from using your camera's auto modes and the way you can be more creative shooting in Manual Mode. Any camera that has a Manual Mode (and that is most cameras) is suitable to sue with this work.
Individuals who enjoy photography are usually visual learners so I have designed this work to be as visually stimulating as feasible.0 Top Tips is mostly introduced with video, including lots of photographic examples, diagrams and animations to help illustrate the teaching. There's also downloadable .pdf files with the work exercises so you can load them to your mobile tool or print them out so you can use them anywhere.
Throughout the work I have included a considerable number of exercises for you to follow. After you have watched the lecture you can then complete the exercise. This experience will give you a better understanding of the ideas and help you to keep in mind the lesson.
There is no time limit to the work and I would encourage you to take time to complete each lecture and exercise as you feel comfortable to. Even repeat a lecture and exercise in the event you are not sure that you are understanding the teaching.
It does take time to learn to operate a camera by hand, but I encourage you to persevere as it is rewarding. As you study, do the exercises and practice the teaching in this work you will be more creative along with your camera.
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