A must have for anyone that uses a camera! Whether you are an amateur or a professional photographer, this tutorial is invaluable! Instruction are clear and interesting, moving along at a fast pace to cover many topics. What is remarkable about this DVD is that even the background of each video scene is composed beautifully.
The Perfect Picture shows you everything, step-by-step, from the basics to more advanced techniques and exactly how to use camera’s most important features. Bryan will explain to you just how easy it is to take the “Perfect Picture!” Secrets until now that were only used by the pros.
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Learn how to
· Get the most out of your camera
· Avoid the 3 most common mistakes
· Take your camera off “Automatic”
· Get great candid shots, portraits
For each topic, the leading a la real-time “makes traditionally the wrong picture. Then he explains what you need to change and making the right shot. After that, the screen shows a series of “correct” examples of the level of minimum stock photos. Very clear and exciting technique.
Summing up: an incredibly positive, incendiary and informative course. Beginners encouraged to look first. Continuing to be interesting, too, but not so much content, how much work and way of example of the attitude to the process of photographing. Energizes the desire do something very good.
Fill The Frame
Frame In Frame
Horizontal vs. Vertical
Design (Line & Color)
Themes (Red Ball)
Flowers In The Rain
Correct vs. Creative Exposure
Doesn’t Matter Aperture f/8 & f/11
Explanation of ISO
Shutter Speed & Freezing Action
Motion (Up & Down)
Exposing For White (Mr. Green Jeans)
Exposing For White (Palm Pilot)
Exposing For White (Brother Blue Sky)
Sunrise/Sunset (Rocker on Rocks)
White Balance (Cloudy Camera Setting)
Wide Angle Porteaits
Story Telling (f/22)
Graduated Neutral Density Filter
Telephoto Lens (Portrait)
Wide Angle Lens