Getting Started in Photography
I remember what it's like.
You have a good camera and like taking photos, but it's frustrating.
It seems too technical, too complicated.
The terminology and settings are confusing.
Here I'm aiming to provide a curation of the best online resources to get you from the limitations of auto mode to understanding and practicing the most important technical and artistic elements of photography.
Controlling time, depth and light. This is the power we have in photography. And the tools to do so? Shutter speed, aperture and ISO. Let’s start with the first two.
Now ISO, our third control, plus a handy tool for when you want the camera to do at least some of the work.
Week 3 is all about getting sharp images, from holding your camera to focusing techniques.
Introduction to some principles of composition and post-processing.