Every camera has a different layout, but they all have similar functions. Here’s a guide to the most important buttons and dials to help you and your camera get better acquainted. We also explain terms like exposure, aperture, shutter speed and ISO.
If you follow the basic rules of composition, you can turn an ordinary scene into something special, whether you have a D-SLR or a point-and-shoot. Lines, patterns and perspective are just some of the elements you can use to draw the viewer’s eye.
Your smartphone is the Swiss Army knife of modern life. And its finest function is its camera. Why? Because it’s always with you! In this module we’ll explore cellphone photography and explain the lingo you hear in photography circles, like RAW, JPEG and pixel length.
They say the one difference between a professional photographer and an amateur is that a pro only shows his or her best shots. Digital photography has brought the darkroom to your desk. Editing your photos and improving them using software are crucial skills to learn. Here’s what you need to know.
Now that you know how to work your camera and understand the basic principles of exposure, it’s time for the fun part – taking photos! The more you practise, the better you’ll get. Use these handy tips to take your photography to the next level.