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Capture Your Everyday
- 173 Page PDF explaining how to capture your everyday life
- How to use and see the light
- How to use composition
- 5 Lightroom editing videos
- 5 exercises to help you improve your daily captures
- self portrait section
- And MORE!
What You’ll Learn
This course is intended for you to go at your own pace. So, feel free to read a little bit of it and then practice what you learn. It’s NOT intended for you to sit down and read all at once.
Here is the course structure:
- What inspires you
GEAR YOU NEED
- Gear I use
- Gear you need
- Can I do this course with just an iPhone?
- What photo editing apps do I need?
FINDING THE LIGHT
- Why light is important
- How to find the light
- What type of light to look for
- Watch the light in your house
- Simple compositions to consider
- Post processing crop
- Using composition in your everyday life
- Practice combining composition rules
HOW TO GET GENUINE SCENES
- How to capture real smiles
- Set the scene up
- Wardrobe suggestions
- Faceless images
- Plan your images
CAPTURING YOUR DAILY LIFE
- Make a schedule
- Tips on taking your camera out in public
- 100 Scenes to Capture
- Capture pictures with end result in mind
- A day in the life
CAPTURING EVERYDAY SELF PORTRAITS
- Why you should take self portraits
- How to capture your everyday with you in the photo
- Posing tips
- Tips to nail focus
- Self portraits and everyday
- How to enhance the story through editing
- Lightroom Editing Part 1
- Lightroom Editing Part 2
- Lightroom Editing Part 3
- Black and White Lightroom Edit
- A note on editing
TYING IT ALL TOGETHER
- Composition, light, and natural scenes
- Editing – getting it right in camera to limit post processing
- Tips on storytelling
- Stay true to you
- THANK YOU!
Plus a PDF of 100 scenes to capture of your everyday life!
All students must have a knowledge of manual mode. We will not discuss how to achieve perfect exposure. Students must have a camera, preferably a DSLR. Lightroom editing is discussed and encouraged to have. There is also one Photoshop editing video.
*You can do this course with just a phone, however, it will be easier if you already have a firm grasp on photography.
Frequently Asked Questions
When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course – you decide when you start and when you finish.