There are no open spots for this class, but we found something similar!
5.0 (16) · Ages 9-18
1:1 Beginners Photography ~ Get Creative With Your Camera
5.0 (3) · Ages 14-18
Oh Snap! DSLR Photography Fundamentals I (14-18)
5.0 (4) · Ages 14-18
Photography: Get to Know Your DSLR Camera! Ages 14-18
5.0 (11) · Ages 13-17
Photography 2: Intermediate Photography! Ages 10-15
5.0 (12) · Ages 12-17
Photography 101, a 6-Week Summer Camp for High Schoolers!
5.0 (5) · Ages 9-14
Photography for Beginners - Summer Crash Course
What I Wish I Learned My First Day in Photography and Video Class (Ages 11 - 14)
A videographer/photographer teaches a one-time course, filled with tips and tricks, to help those interested in photography and or shooting videos.
5 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 2 learners
There are no upcoming classes.
learners per class
How does a “One-Time” class work?
Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
How Outschool Works
There are no open spots for this class.
You can request another time or scroll down to find more classes like this.
This class will be focused primarily on DSLR cameras, mirrorless cameras, and basically cameras with interchangeable lenses, meaning a camera where you can attach and detach different lenses. Some of the methods I’ll teach can be used with cameras on phones, tablets, pocket cams, and camcorders as well. I’ll discuss the importance of switching their cameras over into manual mode and how that can best serve them. We’ll dive in heavily on the aperture, ISO, and shutter speed, what these...
Students will learn to understand their cameras, photography, and videography better. I will discuss things such as the exposure triangle, shutter speed, aperture, lenses, other settings on cameras, and some photo and video editing software.
While I've only been teaching for the past three years, Audio and Film Production at the high school level, I've been involved in the industry, professionally, for thirty years. I started in television, a local ABC affiliate, and then worked at a few other television stations across the country, all incorporating my skills as a videographer on the news, sports, and commercial production side of things. I did all of that for about ten years before branching out on my own and starting a video production company. After that I owned a couple of marketing slash advertising agencies where I did a majority of the video work and a good portion of the photography for our clients. And then interspersed between those ventures I freelanced my photography and video skills to various organizations and events. I say professionally cause that's when I actually started getting paid to do the things I love. My passion for telling stories visually began much earlier, in the sixth grade, when I took my first, and not last, video production class, and then some photography classes several years in college.
No homework but I do recommend that students just get out there and take photographs and videos as often as possible.
5 files available upon enrollmentA camera, preferably a DSLR or mirrorless camera, but any camera will work even it's a phone or a tablet. I'll also be providing a Handy Handout for the students.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
I'll provide a Handy Handout that highlights some of the topics we'll be discussing.
Eat, Sleep, Create, Repeat
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
5 total reviews
16 completed classes
Yo, yo, yo, yo!!! My name is Matthew Stanley, or Mr. Stanley, Stanley, and Matty Stanz. Those last three are what my students have called me over the past three years. Ya see, three years ago is when I decided to start teaching. I got that...