Photography

COURSE DESCRIPTION Photography is the art or practice of taking and processing photographs. This course is a comprehensive program designed to teach students how to take control of a camera and master the photography basics. Throughout the course you will be required to complete photo projects and submit them online to be reviewed and evaluated […]

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

Photography is the art or practice of taking and processing photographs.

This course is a comprehensive program designed to teach students how to take control of a camera and master the photography basics.

Throughout the course you will be required to complete photo projects and submit them online to be reviewed and evaluated by your instructor. By the time you complete the entire program, you’ll have the confidence and skills to turn your love of photography into a full or part-time career. Certificates will be issued at the end of the course.

Welcome Future Photographers.

COURSE GOALS

  1. Photo Taking – Demonstrate artistry by taking images that tell a story and evoke an emotional response.
  2. Photo Editing – Unleash your creativity and start editing your photos like a Professional.
  3. Photography Business – Realize your dream by starting a part time or full time photography business and earn some money from it.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • Understanding basic camera operations
  • Know how to capture an image- hands on
  • Identify and utilize the different exposure modes.
  • Mastering the 3 basic elements of photography.
  • Taking photos in Manual Mode.
  • Mastering the production process.
  • Understanding photo editing softwares and photo editing skills
  • Identify business skills to turn photography into a career

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MODULE 1: Fundamentals of Photography
1 Week

Traditional film photography uses a chemical process to expose and capture images. The camera lens and body allow a prescribed amount of light to come into contact with the film, which is basically a sheet of plastic that has been coated with a light-sensitive chemical compound. Once the film is sufficiently exposed to light an invisible picture is formed. When the film is developed, other chemicals are applied and the image then becomes perceptible forming a negative image which then can be enlarged and printed on photographic paper.

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QUIZ
10 questions
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MODULE 2: The Camera- Components and Concepts
1 Week

Lens

The lens is a sequence of complicated elements mostly made of glass, built to deflect and focus the light from the subject to the image sensor of a digital camera. Aside from composing the image through your viewfinder, the first contact you have with the light from your subject is through the lens of your camera.

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QUIZ
5 questions

Attempt all questions

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MODULE 3: Capturing an Image, Hands-on Basics
1 Week

Lens

The lens is a sequence of complicated elements mostly made of glass, built to deflect and focus the light from the subject to the image sensor of a digital camera. Aside from composing the image through your viewfinder, the first contact you have with the light from your subject is through the lens of your camera.

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QUIZ
4 questions
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MODULE 4: Exposure Modes
1 Week

It is pretty important to understand your camera’s exposure mode to get the most out of your digital camera for your photography. Although the names of these modes differ from one manufacturer to another, the basic concepts are the same. 

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QUIZ
5 questions
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MODULE 5: General Tips in Digital Photography
1 Week

Lighting

Lighting is one of the most important elements of any photo, and understanding the color, direction,  quantity, and quality of the light you use is one of the best ways to improve your photos. This will show you how to use lighting to your advantage—and give you some helpful rules for when and when not to use your camera's flash.

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QUIZ
4 questions
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MODULE 6: Post Production
1 Week

Digital Workflow

Capturing a photo is just the first step in a multi-level process called digital workflow. Every photographer follows a specific process or task in order for them to produce a printed material or photographs. It may differ from one photographer to another but these tasks include transferring pictures from their camera; saving, cataloging,

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