How to get the right shot in Photography
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How to get the right shot in Photography

In this course I will teach you several tricks to get a nice photography. We will study compositing, panoramas and more.
4.4 (563 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
21,375 students enrolled
Created by Serge Ramelli
Last updated 10/2014
English
Price: Free
Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Different ways of getting pictures taken in the nature
  • How to shoot landscape
  • How to frame your photo
  • Daylight photography
  • Panoramas
  • Black & White with selective color
  • Night photos without a tripod
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Requirements
  • Photoshop
  • Lightroom
Description

You will learn how to shoot landscape and frame your photos. Learning how to take a nice picture of a tree through different angles when often proven difficult. We will study compositing as well. We will also take a look at panoramas and how to make a great black & white panorama of New York. We will go over how to take a photo at night with no tripod (sometimes you are not alowed to put a tripod on the ground for your photo). We will learn how to retouch a daylight photo (no sunset or sunrise), I have been asked by several persons how to retouch a daylight photo as it can be more difficult. We will finish by retouching a dramatic black & white photo with selective colors, not everybody likes selective color in black & white but I think it can be very interesting. I will give you a few tips and tricks to make it easier for you to retouch your photos in different circumstances. I hope you have fun!

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone that likes landscape photography
  • People that like black & white with selective color
  • People that have a hard time taking daylight photos
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Curriculum For This Course
5 Lectures
01:07:27
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Compositing
1 Lecture 12:38

In this video we will go over how to get a good shot in the nature

Tree in Florida
12:38
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Panoramas
1 Lecture 15:27

In this video we will go over how to do a panorama in black & white and then retouch fully a panorama of New York

New York panorama
15:27
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Shooting without a tripod at night
1 Lecture 13:39

In this video we will go over taking a picture at night without a tripod (for places next to monuments when you are not aloud to put down your tripod)

Paris sunset
13:39
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Daylight photography
1 Lecture 16:44

In this video we will go over taking a photo during daylight (no sunset or sunrise) and how to retouch the photo of my dog to make the photo nicer

My great dog
16:44
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Retouching dramatic Black & White with selective color
1 Lecture 08:59

In this video we will go over retouching black & white with selective color. We will retouch step by stp this picture of Alcatraz

Alcatraz
08:59
About the Instructor
Serge Ramelli
4.3 Average rating
726 Reviews
22,576 Students
9 Courses
Photographer

Serge Ramelli is one of the most popular on line teachers on Lightroom and Photoshop. He is the second best author on Tuto (the biggest e-learning platform in France) and hosts one of the most popular podcast on Lightroom with over 150 000 subscribers all over the world.

Serge is known for teaching in a very easy way with lot's of beautiful photos. He has been a professional landscape and interior design photographer for over 9 years and has worked for big brands including Samsung, Nike and National Geographics.