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How To Take Better Pictures
You will learn how to see and to think like a photographer so you can take better pictures on any occasion.
The course is very compact. There are 20 lessons. The lecture is only 30-60 seconds long. And then you practice what you learned.
Lessons cover the three key parts to taking good pictures:
Watch The Photo Course Introduction
How You Will Learn
For each lesson, you’ll:
Who This Course Is For
Anyone who would like to take better pictures, even dummies.
Any kind of camera that takes pictures including an old small smart phone
Images From Your Photo Course
105. Place Your Subject
Where to put your main focus
111. Backlit Subjects
Creating that halo effect
114. Flat Sunlight
Getting good details in sunlight
118. Shoot Close
An easy way to create dramatic images
Introduction. What you will learn
101. Select Your Background. Select what you want behind your subject
102. Frame Your Shot. Planning the edges of your image
103. Check Your Background. Dealing with distractions behind your subject
104. Check Your Foreground. Dealing with distractions in front of your subject
105. Place Your Subject. Where to put your main focus
106. Note the Horizon. The horizon as part of your image
107. Tilt the Horizon. Adding drama to your composition
108. Morning Haze. Appreciate different types of light
109. Shooting in Shade. An easy way to show details
110. Morning Full Sun. Effects of hard light
111. Backlit Subjects. Creating dramatic light from behind
112. Portraits in the Sun. A good time to shoot in the sun
113. Flair. How to wipe out contrast and detail
114. Flat Sunlight. Getting the most details in sunlight
115. Horizontal or Vertical. Deciding how to frame your shot
116. Dark Skin Portraits. Tips for the best dark skin portraits
117. Light Skin Portraits. Tips for the best light skin portraits
118. Shoot Close. An easy way to get stronger images
119. Still Life. A great way to practice your composition
120. Micro Lenses. Taking a closer look at your subject
Conclusion. What you learned and what to do next
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