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Photography 201 Course

Program for intermediate photography class will show you that putting the subject on sides is not the only and definitely not the best way to compose a likeable and balanced photograph.

Taking photos is only 1 step out of 3 (arguably 4) step process. We talk about another one in the last module of the intermediate photography course.

It is photography post-production (the rest being pre-production and arguably distribution)!

Photo editing has always been a crucial part of a photographer's workflow. That has not changed in the digital age. We look into good practices so that you never lose your precious photographs, how to manage your libraries with DAM (Digital Asset Management) software and how to edit photographs.

We take a deep dive into Capture One. It is the one I recommend you to use and it is the one I use every day.

We will get stunning RAW development with Capture One and then get creative with Adobe Photoshop - the gold standard of everything related to visual digital arts.

What you need/is recommended to attend Module IV of the Photography 201 course:

Photography Device
Exchange lens system recommended (DSLR or mirrorless).
Topics from Module III
You should already be familiar with topics from Module III.
Computer + Mic or Mobile Phone
Only if you choose to attend this lecture remotely. Otherwise, it is optional.
Photography 201 Course (optional)
You can attend just this module, but I recommend you to take the full course.

Photography Topics We Cover In Fourth Course Module:

Photography Post Production

We will do a quick overview of photography post-production. From historical examples to modern solutions. We will give special attention to colour spaces and image formats.

Manage Your Photography Assets

I propose my way to do it. From 3 B of Backup to never lose any of your photos to my DAM (digital assets management) software of choice, to basic workflow.

Capture One Pro

Capture One Pro is my current main post-production software of choice. There are great reasons for this choice and I'm happy to share/demonstrate them. 

Adobe Photoshop

No intermediate photography course wouldn't be complete without this industry standard. Photoshop can do almost anything and we will use it for some advanced post-processing techniques.

Practice makes perfect

Practical exercises are an important part of each module in photography course 201. All theoretical concepts we immediately put into practice for each module.

In-person lecture

Each module of photography course 201 has individual time with a lecturer included. You can choose either in-person or live internet meetings.

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