|File Name||Pat Kay – 30 Day Photography Fundamentals Accelerator|
|File size||7 GB|
|update and Published||2023|
To start with, we’ll learn a lot about the technical skills that are required for good photography; what I call the “craft” of photography. We’ll talk about the best way to think about the exposure triangle, we’ll talk about hardware; sensors, lenses. We’ll talk about focus and all of the physical features of modern cameras that we have available to us in the modern age.
We’ll then go into some conversations about light, with an in-depth light study, in addition to the topic of low light that we’ll cover too.
Armed with significant knowledge about the craft of photography, we’ll then go into what I call the “art” of photography, and we’ll talk about composition, visual language and visual hierarchy, we’ll talk about developing a style and finding purpose in your art and really getting to the internal values of why we do what we do.
From there, with both art and craft in mind, we’ll then deep dive and attack the genres of photography from a holistic perspective so that we can get a broad view of how photography as a whole works, and we’ll be able to plan for which skillsets to then acquire over the coming years.
We’ll talk briefly about editing, and then we’ll end the course with many auxiliary topics to photography that are important to the experience of being a photographer. Things like location scouting and planning, back up and storage, sharing our work, creating business, and so much more.
Day 1 — What is photography, anyway?
Day 2 — Sensor sizes and cameras
Day 3 — Lenses
Day 4 — Exposure, Overview
Day 5 — Exposure, Shutter speed
Day 6 — Exposure, Aperture
Day 7 — Exposure, ISO
Day 8 — All about focus
Day 9 — All about focus, part 2
Day 10 — Shooting modes and more
Day 11 — It’s all about light
Day 12 — Low light
Day 13 — What is GOOD photography, anyway?
Day 14 — Foundational Visual Patterns
Day 15 — Subject, subject, subject
Day 16 — Layout basics
Day 17 — Finding your style
Day 18 — Finding a purpose for your art
Day 19 — Genres of photography
Day 20 — Landscape: Genre overview
Day 21 — Street Photography: Genre overview
Day 22 — Portraiture: Genre overview
Day 23 — Editing basics
Day 24 — Adobe Lightroom: Editing workflow
Day 25 — Auxiliary gear and nice-to-haves
Day 26 — Location scouting and planning
Day 27 — Backup and storage
Day 28 — Sharing your work and Social Media
Day 29 — Making a career out of photography
Day 30 — The next step
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