This section will go over methods of understanding how to use proper techniques in designing imagery
Beginner – Novice – Advance
all these lessons should allow you to become a specialist on set.
The word "photography" was created from the Greek roots φωτός (phōtos),"light"] and γραφή (graphé) "representation by means of lines" or "drawing", together meaning "drawing with light".¹
Lesson 1 – Design Principles
Lesson 2 – Design Elements
Lesson 3 – Camera – 1
Lesson 4 – Camera – 2
Lesson 5 – Camera – 3
Lesson 6 – Natural Light
Lesson 7 – White Balance
Lesson 8 – Shutter Speed
Lesson 9 – The Lens
Lesson 10 – Bracket
Lesson 11 – Night Photography
Having Trouble Understanding Something?
First You Must understand that all of these elements work together to create your exposure. If you have trouble understanding one of these elements it will affect what your doing and your picture will look over exposed and the clipping that you’ve created will make for a lesser experience later when editing. Make sure you understand these processes first and you will have a smoother times doing so.
Check out this video The 3 Basics of Exposure & Photography by Matthew Gore
Aperture – is a hole or an opening through which light travels.
ISO – refers to the amount of light that enters the lens and hits the sensor
Shutter Speed – Controls the amount of time the shutter remains open while letting in light for the sensor