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Fundamentals of Photography 2015

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core concepts every photographer needs to know

Fundamentals of Photography 2015 with John Greengo covers everything you need to know to take better photos. You’ll learn how to choose the gear that’s best for you and how to use it to its fullest potential.

John’s extensive experience paired with his highly visual presentations makes this class accessible for learners at every level. John will discuss core photography concepts and introduce you to the gear you need to make great photographs. You’ll learn the streamlining and workflow techniques that separate the amateur from the pro and get an in-depth education on:

  • Shutter speeds
  • Depth of field
  • Focusing
  • Composition

You’ll also explore ways to look at and think critically about your own images, so that you can analyze what’s working and identify areas for growth.

Whether you’ve just purchased your first digital camera or are a seasoned photographer ready for a refresher course, this class will give you the skills and inspiration to take your work to new heights.

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