Shutter Speed (From the DPC Classroom | Basic – Intermediate Photography Course)

Sharing a few slides, straight from the DPC Classroom Notes on Shutter Speed (Basic – Intermediate photography Course) which some of you might find helpful.

Using Shutter Speed: Stop Action and Panning Speeds (From the Classroom | DPC Basic - Intermediate Photography Course)

Sharing a few slides, straight from the DPC Classroom Notes on Shutter Speed (Basic – Intermediate photography Course) which some of you might find helpful.

The power of colour to enhance mood in a fashion portrait | Mini-tutorial by Nolan Lister  http://digitalphotographycourses.co.za/the-power-of-colour-to-enhance-mood-mini-tutorial/

Using the power of colour to enhance mood. Photo by Nolan Lister The power of colour to enhance mood When I created this portrait I knew how the final product should look.

"The Handheld Rule" Minimum shutter speeds required for handheld shooting (From the Classroom | DPC Basic - Intermediate Photography Course)

"The Handheld Rule" Minimum shutter speeds required for handheld shooting (From the Classroom

Using Shutter Speed to Freeze and Blur Action (From the DPC Classroom | Basic – Intermediate Photography Course)

Sharing a few slides, straight from the DPC Classroom Notes on Shutter Speed (Basic – Intermediate photography Course) which some of you might find helpful.

Travel and Landscape Photography | Mega Article  Tutorial by Danie Bester, covering technical and creative aspects of travel and landscape photography; from choosing the best locations and finding the best light, it also covers camera gear, settings and creative techniques.

Travel and Landscape Photography by Danie Bester

Sometimes you really don't need an elaborate Flash Setup if you have a reflector. On Saturday afternoon I presented a Basic Portrait Class in Jozi. Lindiwe, one of our students, was kind enough to stand in for a quick demo on how to use a reflector while we waited for our model. The only difference between the two images below is an added silver reflector to fill the shadow areas.

Sometimes you really don't need an elaborate Flash Setup if you have a reflector. On Saturday afternoon I presented a Basic Portrait Class in Jozi. Lindiwe, one of our students, was kind enough to stand in for a quick demo on how to use a reflector while we waited for our model. The only difference between the two images below is an added silver reflector to fill the shadow areas.

The difference between High Key and Low Key Lighting  From the DPC Studio Lighting Course... http://digitalphotographycourses.co.za/studio-lighting-course/

The difference between High Key and Low Key Lighting From the DPC Studio Lighting Course... http://digitalphotographycourses.co.za/studio-lighting-course/

Histogram... High-Key vs Low-Key Lighting | Studio Lighting Course http://digitalphotographycourses.co.za/studio-lighting-course/

Histogram... High-Key vs Low-Key Lighting | Studio Lighting Course http://digitalphotographycourses.co.za/studio-lighting-course/

DPC Wedding Photography Course  These images were shot on Sunday to show the difference between using natural light and flash. Using Flash allows you to "underexpose" the scene with your camera and then "punch-out" your subject with flash. With this example, I showed the class how the technique can be used in a very subtle way. It does not need to be overly dramatic always, i.e. for softer bridal portraits, but at the same capture the impact of the surroundings.

DPC Wedding Photography Course These images were shot on Sunday to show the difference between using natural light and flash. Using Flash allows you to "underexpose" the scene with your camera and then "punch-out" your subject with flash. With this example, I showed the class how the technique can be used in a very subtle way. It does not need to be overly dramatic always, i.e. for softer bridal portraits, but at the same capture the impact of the surroundings.

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