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Complete Photography Course (Landscape, Portrait, Street, Wedding, HDR)

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****Course Curriculum****

Here are the topics you will cover on the Complete Photography Course (Landscape, Portrait, Street, Wedding, HDR) Course:

***Complete Photography Course (Landscape, Portrait, Street, Wedding, HDR)***

  • What is HDR?
  • When there is no need for HDR – Histogram analysis
  • “Blinkies”
  • What is Dynamic Range?
  • Dynamic range of human eye vs camera
  • Camera’s metering modes – evaluative vs spot
  • How camera’s meter works?
  • Spot metering for the HDR sequence
  • Intro
  • HDR sequence shooting checklist
  • 1st Method: Manual Mode and Shutter Speed Adjustment – Part 1
  • 1st Method: Manual Mode and Shutter Speed Adjustment – Part 2
  • 2nd Method: Manual Mode and Auto Bracketing – Part 1
  • 2nd Method: Manual Mode and Auto Bracketing – Part 2
  • Adobe Camera RAW Processing – Part 1
  • Adobe Camera RAW Processing – Part 2
  • Photomatix Processing – Part 1
  • Photomatix Processing – Part 2
  • Introduction
  • What is Street Photography
  • Equipment Recommendations
  • Basic Settings
  • Intro to Strongest I’II Ever Be
  • Where Shoot Photos
  • How to Take Photos of Strangers
  • Composing Better Photos
  • Portrait – Face in the Shadows
  • Portrait – Capturing Raw Emotions
  • Portrait – When Life Gives You Lemons
  • Portrait – Get Up Close and Personal
  • Portrait – Silhouettes and the Power of RAW
  • Portrait – When You Can’t Take a Portrait
  • Portrait – Can I Take Your Photograph While We’re Talking
  • Portrait – Ease Your Way Into the Shot
  • Portrait – Wait for the Right Moment
  • Lighting – Drama and Lens Flares
  • Architecture – Seeing the Beauty in the Small Things
  • Lighting – Taking Photos at High Noon
  • Lighting – Photographing the Sun
  • Silhouette – Walking Away
  • Lighting – Back Lighting and Shadows
  • Be Ready for Any Moment
  • Find Your Frame and Be Patient
  • When Your Subject Walk on By
  • Where Preparation and Luck Meet
  • Sharing Your Work
  • Thank You
  • Introduction ##01 What is this Course all about-sanj
  • Introduction ##02 Who am I
  • Introduction ##03 Top 5 Tips for Better Wedding Photos
  • Introduction ##04 Why should you Become a Wedding photographer
  • Introduction ##05 How to Succeed with this course
  • Introduction ##06 Live Posing Session
  • Introduction ##01 What is this course all about
  • Setting Up Your Business ##01 Section Intro
  • Setting Up your Business ##02 What Type of Wedding Photographer are you
  • Setting Up Your Business ##03 Equipment You Need toGet Started
  • Setting Up Your Business ##04 What Camera Brand is Best
  • Setting Up Your Business ##05 Where Should you buy Camera equipment
  • Setting Up Your Business ##06 Picking a Name for Your Company
  • 02 Setting Up Your Business ##07 Launching a Website – Top Tips for a Successful Site
  • Setting Up Your Business ##08 Action Item-Pick a Name & Build a Website
  • Setting Up Your Business ##09 Creating Wedding Photography Packages
  • Setting Up Your Busines ##10 Pricing for Success
  • Setting Up Your Busines ##11 How to Get Your First Client
  • Setting Up Your Busines ##12 The Importance of Contracts
  • Setting Up Your Busines ##13 The Wedding Photography
  • Setting Up Your Busines ##15 Recap – Setting up your business
  • Wedding Day Overview ##01 Section Intro
  • Wedding Day Overview ##02 Taking Care of Business on the Wedding Day
  • Wedding Day Overview ##03 Overview of What to Photograph
  • Wedding Day Overview ##04 Using Pinterest to find Inspirational Photos
  • Wedding Day Overview ##05 Recap of Wedding Overview
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##01 Section Intro
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##02 Wedding Day Equipment Check
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##03 Wedding Day Consideration-Day-Night-Indoor-Outdoor
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##04 Do You Need an Assistant or Second Shooter
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##05 How Much to Pay a second Shooter
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##06 Scheduling the Wedding Day (First, Looks, Candide, Posed Family Shits)
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##07 Achieving Your Look
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##08 Details
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##09 Groom Preparation
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##10 Bride Preparation
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##11 Walking Down the Aisle
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##12 Ceremony Coverage
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##13 Readers
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##14 Rings, Vows,Kiss
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##15 Post-Ceremony
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##16 How to Shoot Family Shots
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##17 Posed Couple Shots
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##18 Grand Entrance
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##19 Reception Details
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##20 Toast and Speeches
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##21 Cake Cutting
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##22 First Dance
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##23 Bouquet Garter Toss
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##24 Dance Party
  • How to Shoot a Wedding ##25 Recap – How to Shoot a Wedding
  • Editing Wedding Photos ##01 section Intro
  • Editing Wedding Photos ##02 Choosing an Editing App
  • Editing Wedding Photos ##03 Editing in Lightroom
  • Editing Wedding Photos ##04 Exporting from Lightroom
  • Editing Wedding Photos ##05 Editing in Photoshop
  • Editing Wedding Photos ##06 Creating Online Galleries
  • Editing Wedding Photos ##07 Recap of Editing Section
  • Succeeding Wedding Photography ##01 Section Intro
  • Succeeding Wedding Photography ##02 Being Happy – Tips from a Wedding Photographer
  • Succeeding Wedding Photography ##03 Making it a Business and Sticking to it
  • Succeeding Wedding Photography ##04 Building Out Your Portfolio
  • Succeeding Wedding Photography ##05 Dealing With Saturated Photography Markets
  • Succeeding Wedding Photography ##06 Competing With Family Photographers for Jobs
  • Succeeding Wedding Photography ##07 Working With Other Vendors for Success
  • Succeeding Wedding Photography ##08 Using Social Networks to Expand Your Business
  • Succeeding Wedding Photography ##09 Testimonials – Yelp, Wedding Wire, The Knot
  • Succeeding Wedding Photography ##10 Recap Succeeding With Wedding Photography
  • Wrap Up ##01 Thank You and What’s Next
  • Bonus Engagement Photography ##01 Section Intro
  • Bonus Engagement Photography ##02 Equipment Check for the Engagement Photo Session

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Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive proper certification that is accredited by IAO and CPD and universally accepted. You can order your certificate at a cost of £10 for PDF and £29 for hardcopy certificate or both for £34.