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Professional shooting techniques combined with hands-on learning show you how to use your DSLR camera to take world-class photographs. Master your DSLR camera as you learn professional workflows and manual camera controls like aperture, shutter speed, and ISO speed settings. Use Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop to edit your photos before creating a professional portfolio.
In this course, students will learn professional shooting techniques combined with hands-on learning to show how to use a DSLR camera to take world-class photographs. Students will learn professional workflows and manual camera controls like aperture, shutter speed, and ISO speed settings, as well as use Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop to edit photos.
By the end of the course, students will have a portfolio of professionally shot and edited photographs, and an understanding of how the photography industry works.
IMPORTANT: This course is Part 1 of the DMA "Digital Photography & Graphic Design Academy" -
Extend your learning across this two-course Academy and develop a deeper understanding and skill in this career pathway by taking the Part 2 course "Graphic Design with Photoshop & Illustrator."
This course is a Digital Media Academy | Pro course and requires specific hardware/software requirements. Please click here to view and download requirements.
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Photographer, Digital Marketing, Graphic Designer
North Vancouver, BC
818 15th Street West
Use DSLR camera to take world-class pics.
Professional shooting techniques combined with hands-on learning to master your skill as you learn professional workflows.
This program, Intro to Digital Photography & Photoshop, is offered by Digital Media Academy Vancouver.
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