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50 Awesome Opencourseware Links to Effectively Get Your Photography Degree for Free

50 Awesome Opencourseware Links to Effectively Get Your Photography Degree for Free
Whether you are a first time digital camera owner, or someone looking to start a professional photography business, knowledge is key. Utilize these 50 courses, guides, and more to bring out the best in your photos. For Beginners These courses are a must for the first time photographer, or those looking to brush up on their camera skills. 1. Photography Course: This site offers free photography lessons ranging from the basics of film, optics, cameras and light to web page layout and digital photography. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. For Advanced Users Now that you know the basics, learn how to truly master everything from setting up a photo, mastering the complex SLR, and more. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. Photojournalism For those looking to go into reporting, learn how take pictures like the professionals do from the stunningly beautiful to the deftly haunting. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. Free Guides and Tips 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. Specialty Courses 40. 41.

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OpenCourseWare History[edit] The OpenCourseWare movement started in 1999 when the University of Tübingen in Germany published videos of lectures online for its timms initiative (Tübinger Internet Multimedia Server).[1] The OCW movement only took off, however, with the launch of MIT OpenCourseWare at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the Open Learning Initiative at Carnegie Mellon University[2] in October 2002. The movement was soon reinforced by the launch of similar projects at Yale, the University of Michigan, and the University of California Berkeley.

10 Tricks You Didn't Know Your Camera Could Do (and How to Make Them Happen) Welcome to Time Out with Tanya, where I’ve put my fast paced graphic design career on hold in favor of adventures in motherhood. I’m capturing every moment on camera and you can come along, if you’d like. Sign up for my weekly email here so you’ll never miss a Time Out. Zach Sutton’s informative article, 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Your Camera, on Tuts+ caught my eye last week.

How to Get the Best Color Out of Your Photos @bigbill25: Yes I know, that ergs me as well, but the idea that those are "primary" colors seems to be embedded in a persons mind by those darn 3rd grade art teachers. I guess we will just have to accept the fact that the general populace is mis-informed. @bigbill25: Actually, thats not entirely true. It depends on what you use for material.

MIT MAS.531/MAS.131 Computational Camera and Photography, Fall 2009 : MIT OpenCourseWare <div style="padding:5px; font-size:80%; width:300px; background-color:white; margin-left:auto; margin-right:auto; border:1px dashed gray;"> Internet Archive's<!--'--> in-browser audio player requires JavaScript to be enabled. It appears your browser does not have it turned on. 13 of America's most photogenic places By Marnie Hunter, CNN updated 4:28 PM EDT, Wed August 27, 2014 Get to Arizona's Antelope Canyon when the sun is at its highest, travel photographer Gary Arndt says, to see this light streaming through the slot canyon. Utah's Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, which is part of the Navajo Nation's parks and recreation system, has been a backdrop for countless Western movies.

How to Take Better Pictures with Your Smartphone's Camera Bah. My iPhone 4 takes noticeably better pictures than my Nikon Coolpix L15 (or whatever it was) point and shoot - or at least it would, if my girlfriend hadn't dropped and broken the latter while using it in Madrid a couple weeks back. But seriously, even WITH masking tape over the flash - MASKING TAPE! How to: Bird photography, Birding tips and tricks Cattle Egret in flight, Canon 7D, Canon EF 400mm 5.6L USM, 19 point AF, ISO 400, 1/6400s, f/5.6, Philippines. Cormorants fight, Canon 7D, Canon EF 200mm 2.8L II USM, Single point AF, ISO 200, 1/2500s, f/5.0, Spain. Cormorant in flight, Canon 7D, Canon EF 200mm 2.8L II USM, 19 point AF, ISO 100, 1/1000s, f/5.6, Spain. Long tail tits, Canon 7D, Canon EF 400mm 5.6L USM, Single point AF, ISO 800, 1/640s, f/5.6, Russia. Blackcap at the nest, Canon 7D, Canon EF 70-200mm 2.8L II IS USM, Single point AF, 170mm, 1/50s, f/4, ISO 400, Canon EF 25mm extension tube.

The Best Photography Apps for Your iPhone @msg001: I'm looking for some also. I've been playing around with "SuperCamera All-in-one" by BlueOnionSoft. It adds a few nice at-time-of-shooting features like an on-screen grid to line-up images and an "anti-shake" auto-shutter that waits for the camera to stop shaking before the shutter fires, hopefully reducing blur. It also includes post-shooting image enhancements and filtering. Most of that stuff can be done with pretty much any other post-shooting app, onboard or desktop, but it is nice to be able to stay in the app to do it.

Introductions - Christine Wilson Sometimes you just never know when you will find a persons work that really appeals to you. I have known Christine Wilson, or know of her work for a while, but recently when I started my Flickr account, she started following me. As you do when someone follows you, especially if you know them, you go and take a look at their Flickr page, and as soon as I saw it, I thought, I must see if Christine will give me permission to feature her work here on one of my Introductions posts. Which, I think you will have gathered she has. One of the first things you notice about her work, on her blog, on her Flickr page, and various other places, is that it is all black and white. As I went through much of her work I think I only saw a couple of colour images and they did seem out of place among all the monochrome work.

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