This online photography course will teach you how to take great photos, even if you use a smartphone. This photography course is designed to teach you the ins and outs of photography even if you have little or no photography experience, helping you create profitable images that will help you stand out from the crowd and sell. Master Photography Techniques to Create Extraordinary Images! While there are many digital photography courses that focus on how to use certain styles or gear, a comprehensive course like this one is hard to find for beginner to advanced photographers. This course is designed for photographers of all levels who want to hone their skills, take great photos and monetize their photos. What you will learn: Understand how cameras work and what equipment you needMaster shooting in manual mode and understand your cameraKnow what equipment to buy, whatever your budgetFollow our hands-on demonstrations to see how we shoot in real-world scenariosUse composition, lighting and appropriate settings to take better photosProfessionally edit photos to make them look even betterLearn to start a photography business and monetize your new skillsLearn the Laws and Break the CodeIt doesn’t have to be a mystery why some people are better photographers than others. Good photographers have learned the laws of composition that determine what is considered a bad or great image. This course aims to determine what these laws are in an ordered universe, such as the laws of light and the effect they have on forming our images. The course also aims to inspire you to appreciate the built-in beauty detector within you, who intuitively knows what makes a good composition and knows what looks good. By moving this from a subconscious awareness to a conscious awareness, you can train yourself to recognize and create wonderful images. You will learn the stages of how a viewer consumes an image: eyesMindHearthandsYou will also learn the three basic elements of an image: LightlessonBackgroundCourses included: Edited UniverseBeauty DetectorLet there be lightPhotographer’s Playgroundactivities-Seeing the Light - Creative Photography Composition Masterclass Part 3Did you know that photography is about being able to see the light?Do you understand the different properties of hard light and soft light?Did you know that you can use these light sources to achieve many different effects in your image?Did you know that various lights actually have different color temperatures and can affect the mood of your image if used correctly?Learn to See and Embrace the LightSeeing light is the most important skill a photographer can learn, it’s the foundation of photography. All good photographers have learned to be watchers of light, they have learned to be light hunters. A good photographer won’t even raise their camera if the light isn’t right. In this course we will explore the properties and uses of both Hard Light and Soft Light. Through diagrams and image examples, we will examine how light falls on the object and is reflected back to the camera. The light color temperature will also be explained with an auxiliary diagram. Courses included: see the lighthard lightSoft LightColor Temperature-Controlling the Light - Creative Photography Composition Masterclass Part 4Did you know that as a photographer you have the ability to control light?That you can dramatically change your images by applying some simple techniques like moving your feet, moving your subject, or moving your light?Do you have a range of effects you can create in your images by running the scene, ranging from dramatic and powerful to intimate and gentle?Learn to Work on the Stage to Become a Master PhotographerTo become a master photographer, you must learn to use the stage. In this course you will learn how to move your feet. As a photographer, you are the viewer’s eyes. Wherever you go, you take your audience with you. Your point of view becomes their point of view. In this course, we will examine the merits of the following perspectives with illustrative examples: In front ofBackfrom the sideUnder Your SubjectOn Your TopicBird’s eye viewAnt Appearanceclose upMacro ViewFarThe second control method is to move your object. This can range from literally moving the whole subject from one position to another, to subtly moving the subject or expressing feelings when a person is involved. In this course, we can have the following as we move our objects.