Learn From ‘The Best’ With These Digital Photography Tutorial
I find that the best way to present a digital
photography tutorial is by making a video about it.
That’s exactly what some of the best photography tutors
in the world have started to do.
Whatever subject you are interested in learning, a video tutorial helps
you learn about it much faster. One of the main
tutorials have is that they hold the viewer’s attention.
Whilst being efficient and effective in improving viewers’ retention of
information, they also appeal to a wider variety of people as not
everyone enjoys reading textbooks.
A further benefit of video is illustrating skills and techniques, which
may otherwise be hard to understand making it an invaluable
learning tool for digital photography.
Some great digital photography tutorial videos are listed below, each
covering a different topic relating to photography. I would like to
thank Mark Wallace from Snapfactory
for producing such high
quality learning material. Also before we go any further, some people
might have the question, "What
is digital photography?"
Digital Photography Tutorial Videos
Flash Photography - Learn the Basics
This is a video introduction to the basics of digital flash
photography. Topics such as Key Shifting, how camera shutters work and
Sync speed are all covered in detail by a professional photographer.
Photography Light Meter
A Light Meter is essential if you are working in a studio environment
with a lighting setup. It measures all light falling on a subject and
not just the ambient light which a camera meter measures.
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Have you had a chance to look through my Digital
Photography Techniques? Or even Photo Tips? These digital photography tips with
give you hands-on practical advice on getting the best results whatever
the subject, whether it be Portrait, Landscape, Macro, etc...
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