Mobile Photography: beautiful educational story

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  • Lectures 52
  • Length 4.5 hours
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 6/2016 English

Course Description

During the course you will learn how to work with the frame composition, how to choose the best shooting angle. We will show you how to create a perfect portraits, how to use special equipment and what is the most convenient soft for producing an images. We will inspire you for the new discoveries of unique and amazing places for shooting and at the end, you will become a wizard that can create and capture magic all around you with your mobile phone.

We think that Instagram and Mobile photography are the best and at the same time the easiest ways to translate information, feelings and emotions. This is a great opportunity to tell about yourself, about your job, about your journey, about everything that you care about.

What are the requirements?

  • mobile phone with the camera
  • a strong desire to learn

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Search geometry in the urban space
  • Shoot perfect portraits without wide-angle distortion
  • Process images professionally and quickly
  • Shoot moving subjects
  • Shoot in the evening and night hours
  • Select the best shooting angle
  • Use compositional techniques
  • Get rid of the excess in the frame
  • Shoot water
  • Skillfully use visual effects in the shooting
  • Telling stories through photography
  • Work firmly with exposition
  • Avoid common mistakes of mobile photography
  • Shoot stunning landscapes

What is the target audience?

  • Photographers who are trying to keep pace with European photographic art trends.
  • Bloggers who aim to have quality design of their articles and posts.
  • Travelers who want to travel light without carrying a heavy bag with camera and lenses.
  • People who want to learn mobile photography from the very beginning.

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Composition
Entry
Preview
06:20
05:09

Theoretical talks about geometry.

09:48

Practicing of making  geometric pictures. How the different lenses will make completely different photos from the same spot.

Feet of clay
02:49
01:56

Practicing to make a timelapse video from the embankment.

08:33

How to make the best shot on the object that is full of geometry

03:32

Perspective and exposure.

The importance of talking with the people you want to shoot. Using a fisheye lens.


06:24

Practicing with different lenses. Adding semantic elements on the frame.

02:30

Lenses we use.

Section 2: Exposure
03:35

Entry.

Creative exposure
04:55
03:05

Optical features. Mobile lenses.

07:37

How to measure the exposure, examples of some creative exposure in the city.

07:10

Practicing with slow shutter speed by shooting in the night time from the roof.

Section 3: Portraits
02:52

Entry.

04:08

Entry for the portrait shooting.

05:48

Theory and practice.

Shooting near the window
06:38
02:34

Interesting shoot with the mirror, shooting a person in dynamic.

03:20

How to select the best photos.

05:37

Practicing slow shutter speed in a daytime on the street.

03:17

Dynamic shoots with the complex light and composition.

06:38

Shooting portraits on location. How to transform that location for your own needs.

A few important words about the portraits
00:54
Section 4: Travel
02:11

Entry. A little bit of philosophy.

08:14

Unsuccessful attempts to shoot perspective on a platform.

Unsuccessful shooting with the complex exposure and perspective.

Example of the unsuccessful wide angle shoot.

03:47

How to emphasize the scene by adding a person. Foreshortening and expose selection according to your goal.

02:54

Inspiration created by motion.

Practicing in creating slow motion videos.

Facing a perfect wall.
08:34
04:56

Creating a foggy scene via smoke bombs.

06:46

Collaboration with the nature. Macro shots. How to choose the right foreshortening.

08:41

Shooting the water with the slow shutter speed. Making the portraits with the sunset light.

02:46

Travel philosophy.

07:07

Practicing the slow shutter speed on a location with a lot of people. Using light trail and motion blur.

Slow shutter speed. How to get rid of the people in a frame.

06:08

Slow shutter speed in a crowdy place.

03:28

Talks about favorite places.

09:18

Playing with the space around us. Shooting on a sunset.

Working with the space around us. Shooting the portraits in a dark time with the simple lighting devices.

06:55

Foggy landscape that was shot with the very poor light.

12:17

How to correctly fit an object in a landscape. How to choose the correct foreshortening and lense. Tuning exposure to get spectacular pictures.

Shooting with the wide angle lense in an interesting construction.

Analyzing location. Building and staging the frame.

Shooting strange construction in the forest. Example of the complex exposure.

Tricky way to make beautiful defocus pictures in a macro mode.

09:57

Short story about curiosity that might help you find some hidden places

Creating a story by choosing a right camera angle

Nonstandard perception of a standard things. trying to look from the other side

07:13

Interesting object in a interesting place. Adding person in frame.

It is time to stop, to move ahead
03:40
Camera+
05:20
Long exposure
03:48
Section 5: Post-production
Color correction and enhancing
Preview
01:20
06:41

Examples of good and bad exposure.

05:34

A few words about black and white photos.

Snapseed – editing via control points
03:57
07:43

Tuning the tones, analyzing the color.

05:04

Selecting different filters for keeping or strengthening natural colors.

06:48

Styles of lighting. Correction.

06:21

Retouching tools.

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Instructor Biography

Amlab .me, Online education

Amlab. me is online educational project focused on visual arts. The project was founded in 2014 and now we have more than 60 courses in photography, video, illustration, decor, and make-up. Our main goal for 2016 is to expand the sphere of our activity and that is way now we are creating courses in web development, design and floristry. 

We aim to produce affordable, fun and high quality education. 

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