Learn to make the best use of your Camera!
Instructors: Ssaurabh A Chatterjee
Why this course?
SIA Photography is the only course that does not have an end time. We are always there to answer your questions, guide you and support you.
We have LIVE online sessions two times a month where you can ask your questions and clear your doubts.
We also organize Photowalks in Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad where you can participate and have physical interaction.
You also get access to our private Facebook and Whatsapp group where you receive feedback on how to improve.
More than 5000 students have completed Saurabh's courses, with great results, so you can be assured about the contents.
About this Course - Advanced Photography
This course will help you get to the next level and be creative with the controls of your camera.
You got a new DSLR and are not aware of the settings.
You own a DSLR, know the ‘basics’, but still can’t take awesome pictures.
You learned from Youtube or from a friend and realize something is missing.
You want to explore Photography as a hobby or as a source of income, don’t have a camera, and don’t know where to start.
His dream is to see India and to make every camera-owner a great photographer. Through his Webinars, Online Courses, 1:1 sessions, Photowalks, and Photo-Tours, he has been sharing his knowledge with photography enthusiasts since 2011.
He also provides short-term and long-term mentorship programs for serious Photography enthusiasts who want to take it as a passion or profession.
SIA stands for Shutter, ISO, and Aperture - the three aspects that control the exposure of a picture. SIA in Persian means something that brings joy and that is what photography for us is all about.
With over 50 Photography Workshops and 100+ photo walks annually, SIA Photography is one of the most active Photography groups in India.
Since 2011, we have trained more than 5000 people across the globe.
|Before you Start (2 pages)|
|Before you Start Adv (2:00)|
|01 Focus-Two Steps|
|02 Focal Plane|
|02 Lens Minimum Focusing Distance|
|02a Focal Plane|
|03 Focus - Locking and Recomposing (3:00)|
|03 Focus Area Modes (2:00)|
|04 Focus - AF Modes (3:00)|
|04 Focus - Locking and Recomposing Exercise|
|04 Focus - Minimum Focusing Distance|
|04 Focus Factors|
|04 Focus Manual Focus|
|04 Focus Mirrorless vs DSLR|
|Depth of Field|
|05 Depth Of Field (3:00)|
|05 Depth Of Field Mind Map (3:00)|
|05 Focal Length (6:00)|
|06 DOF FocalLength|
|07 DOF Distance from Subject|
|08 Aperture (2:00)|
|08 Relationship Between Focal Length and Aperture|
|09 Shutter Speed|
|09 ShutterSpeedDemo (2:00)|
|10 ISO Auto 0|
|10 ISO Auto 1 (2:00)|
|10 ISO Demo|
|11 Bulb Mode|
|11 Manual Mode|
|11 Which mode to Use? (3:00)|
|11 Which mode to Use - Examples (7:00)|
|12 Exposure Triangle|
|12 Exposure Triangle 2 (2:00)|
|13 Metering Example|
|14 Exposure Compensation (2:00)|
|14 Exposure Compensation1|
|15 Lens Specifications (5:00)|
|16 White Balance|
|17 Panoramas (4:00)|
|RAW vs JPG|
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