How to Take Better Photos of Your Kids
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If you are getting blurry, dark, or just plain old, ordinary pictures of your kids with your digital SLR camera, this course will be perfect for you. Mary Buck, the photography instructor, will teach you how to optimize the settings on your digital SLR camera and combine it with some creative tips so you can improve your photography. She will walk you through each of the twelve lessons of “Kids Photography Ideas & Techniques”, step-by-step with hands-on learning.
In just a few short weeks, you will be shooting amazing pictures of your kids. Your photography will improve so much that you will be the envy of your friends when they see your photographs. You need to sign up for this course because you deserve great photos of their kids. Do it now, before it is too late. All you need is a digital SLR camera, a memory card, tripod, a lens and that’s all. Oops, don’t forget your kid!
Mary has been teaching photography classes for ten years. Her most popular request from her students is how to take better kid’s photos, which is why this Kids Photography Ideas & Techniques course was created. As a mom, she knows how important it is to have pictures of every milestone of a child’s life, plus the unexpected, candid moments. You will have the best of both worlds with this course; a dynamic and experienced photography teacher who is also a parent that knows first-hand the importance of great family photos.
Take this Kids Photography Ideas & Techniques course and learn how to take better photos of your kids.
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|View this short video first before you begin the lessons.
|Section 1: Understanding Shutter Speed|
|This is Lesson 1 on how to set your camera to shutter priority and what shutter speed will allow you to stop action.
|This video shows examples of the shutter speeds used to stop action for common childhood activities and sports.
|Section 2: Understanding Aperture|
|This lesson explains what aperture is and how it affects the depth of field. It also defines what bokeh is.
|This lesson demonstrates the apertures and techniques used to create awesome bokeh.
|Section 3: Learn exposure, color and flash|
This lesson explains how and when to change the ISO. It also explains what ISO is and why it is important.
|This lesson explains what fill flash is and why it is needed. It also explains how to set flash exposure compensation.
|This lesson explains what White Balance is and how to change presets to create more pleasing photographs with better color.
|Section 4: Lighting for Photography|
|In this lesson the five different types of light are explained with a visual demonstration of each one.
|Learn how to see the direction of light to create beautiful natural lit photographs indoors and outdoors. Why and when you need to use a tripod.
|Section 5: Creativity in Photography|
Composition Tips for Artsy Photographs
|Learn what makes a great black and white image and how to apply that to photographs of your kids.
Learn some creative photo tips on your kid's birthday including the camera settings for blowing out the candles.
|A little inspiration in closing. Thanks for joining the course!
|Section 6: Download the E-book|
|Lecture 15||3.0 MB|
Mary uses this e-book in all of her classes on how to use a digital SLR camera. It is know as "the best little digital SLR manual ever". It is included with this course at no additional charge.
Mary Buck is a professional portrait photographer based in the Atlanta area. Since 1997 she has owned and operated a portrait and wedding studio known for its creative style of imagery. Her work has been published in national and local publications such as: Woman’s Day, Forbes, Lawn and Landscape, Atlanta Parent, Gwinnett Parent, and Gwinnett Magazine.
In 2003 she began to teach photography classes to hobbyists and amateur photographers. Her educational program has grown extensively and since 2010 she has taught over 1,000 students how to take creative control of their DSLR cameras at in-person courses. Her classes range from beginner to advanced level, including lighting and creativity workshops. In 2012 she placed her courses online so she could share her passion for photography with the world.
She has also authored four e-books for professional photographers on how to market, price and sell their photography.
In 2014 she has been awarded the photographic craftsman degree in recognition of her service to the photographic profession as an orator, author and mentor.