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Beginner Creative Photography Camp!
This photo camp aims to inspire students to get inventive with their photos, through hands on learning of how to use their camera in manual mode, plus discussions on creative content and personal photography projects throughout the course.
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$22 per class
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Over 8 weeks
50 minutes per class
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Do you want to take cool photos and get creative with your camera? Are you curious about how to take nature, people, or abstract photographs? How about learning how light and colour works with cameras to make pictures? Then this class is for you! ✨ In this multi day course students will learn how to make imaginative and artistic photographs. I will teach them an array of fundamental technical skills, as well as a lot of creative art photography content. Each class is highly interactive,...
🌟 The main goal is for every student to complete this course feeling inspired and confident to continue creating original and inventive photographs. 🌟 Students will learn how exposure works in photography including how aperture, shutter speed, and ISO work together to make photographic images. They will have hands on experiences at experimenting with these elements to see how different combinations change the look of pictures, whilst also learning the inner workings of their cameras. 🌟 Students will gain a lot of technical knowledge around important camera elements such as focus, lens types, white balance, composition and angles whilst also attaining new a comprehension of how differing light qualities and angles affect their pictures. 🌟 Students will finish the course being able to take brilliant pictures in an array of photographic genres including portraiture and nature whilst using their new understandings of both the basics of colour theory in photography as well important aspects of black and white imagery. 🌟 Students will acquire the skill to share their own photographs in class, as well as learning to give and receive constructive positive feedback. 🌟 Students will finish the course with a new vocabulary of photographic terminology which will aid them in furthering their photographic practice. Students will create portfolios of photographs created throughout the course through multiple mini assignments and one major project.
This course includes 6 mini projects and one major project. ✨ The mini assignments require students to take some photos, usually 4-5 images, around a new theme presented in each lesson, which are to be shared with the class the following week. ✨ The major project is assigned in Week 6 and involves creating a photography series around a theme chosen by the student. Learners will have two weeks to complete this series, with ongoing support should they need it, and will need to produce 10-15 images for this project.
2 files available upon enrollment⭐ Each student will need a DSLR or mirrorless camera that can be put into manual mode so they can learn how to take full control of it. This mean you can adjust the ISO, shutter speed and aperture. The learner will also need a functioning lens, memory card and camera battery. Some good beginner examples include the Nikon D3500 with 18-55mm lens or the Canon EOS M50 Mark II + 18-55mm lens or any Canon Rebel series. If you are unsure if your camera has a manual exposure mode, you can check the camera instruction manual, or feel free get in touch with me! ⭐ Learners will need to ensure they can successfully transfer images from the cameras’ memory card to their computer or tablet as students will be sharing images from photography projects to the class. This can usually be done through a memory card slot on a computer, a memory card reader or with a dedicated cable for the camera which may have come in the box when you bought it. Please make sure your learner can upload photos to their device prior to commencing classes. ⭐ I will be giving a tutorial on how to edit photographs in Week 7. For this demonstration we will be using a free online photo editing website called pixlr.com
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Photography/Video, Arts, Literature & Yoga Teacher
🇦🇺Lives in Australia
380 total reviews
840 completed classes
Hello everyone! My name is Paris. My main background is in photography, video & imagery editing however I also teach lessons on art, yoga, plants and much more! I am an experienced teacher with a Bachelors Degree in Design & Visual Arts...