Better Photography for your Elearning Courses

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Better Photography for your Elearning Courses

  1. 1. B etter Pho to graphy
  2. 2. @sumeet_moghe#lscon (213)
  3. 3. I mean, are they real?
  4. 4. Oh look, that’s Ben !
  5. 5. Media-Sharing
  6. 6. Conservation Education
  7. 7. p ShettyPhoto:Chirdee
  8. 8. p ShettyPhoto:Chirdee
  9. 9. p ShettyPhoto:Chirdee
  10. 10. p ShettyPhoto:Chirdee
  11. 11. p ShettyPhoto:Chirdee Photo: Arpit Deo murari
  12. 12. Mobile
  13. 13. Anytime, anywhere?
  14. 14. Buying Guide The TechnologyComposition Tips Post Processing
  15. 15. Buying Guide
  16. 16. How do I select a camera? (short answer: find one you can afford)
  17. 17. Single Lens Reflex Point & Shoot ProsumerMajor camera types
  18. 18. The megapixel myth (YAGNI:You need just 6 MP to print a massive billboard)
  19. 19. PointSLR Prosumer & Shoot
  20. 20. Point SLR Prosumer & ShootMore megapixels + Small sensor area = Crap pictures
  21. 21. 36 x
  22. 22. X doesn’t matter it’s misleading (use 2 feet zoom and bother about light instead)
  23. 23. 1. Aperture
  24. 24. 1. Aperture
  25. 25. 1. Aperture
  26. 26. 2. Time/ Shutter Speed
  27. 27. 3. ISO/ Sensitivity
  28. 28. Control Aperture
  29. 29. rture : f/5.6Ape
  30. 30. Aperture : f/13 rture : f/5.6Ape
  31. 31. Paul BicaControl Shutter Speed (S)
  32. 32. Paul BicaSh utter Sp eed - 8s
  33. 33. Paul Bica Shutte r SpeeSh utter Sp eed - 8s d - 1/1 000
  34. 34. Control ISO
  35. 35. ISO:800
  36. 36. ISO:800ISO:800
  37. 37. Absolute rubbishYou control the camera not the other way around
  38. 38. Let’s checkout someequipment
  39. 39. Buying Guide The TechnicalitiesComposition Tips Post Processing
  40. 40. The Technicalities
  41. 41. Zooms vs Primes
  42. 42. 100-400mm 400mm 2.84.5-5.6 IS USM IS USM
  43. 43. 15 89 $ 100-400mm 400mm 2.84.5-5.6 IS USM IS USM
  44. 44. 89 67 50 $ 15 $ 100-400mm 400mm 2.84.5-5.6 IS USM IS USM
  45. 45. Full-frame vs Crop
  46. 46. Canon EOS 5D - Mark III Top of Line Full Frame 22.3 MP 6 FpSCanon EOS 7DTop of Line Crop Frame18.0 MP8 FpS
  47. 47. Canon EOS 5D - Mark III Top of Line Full Frame 22.3 MP 6 FpS $4299Canon EOS 7DTop of Line Crop Frame18.0 MP8 FpS
  48. 48. Canon EOS 5D - Mark III Top of Line Full Frame 22.3 MP 6 FpS $4299Canon EOS 7DTop of Line Crop Frame18.0 MP8 FpS $1899
  49. 49. Point SLR Prosumer & ShootMore megapixels + Small sensor area = Crap pictures
  50. 50. Prosumer PointFull Frame SLR SLR & ShootMore megapixels + Small sensor area = Crap pictures
  51. 51. Buying Guide The TechnicalitiesComposition Tips Post Processing
  52. 52. Composition Tips
  53. 53. Something in every third
  54. 54. Credit: Trey Ratcliffe
  55. 55. Credit: Trey Ratcliffe
  56. 56. Credit: Trey Ratcliffe
  57. 57. Shooting People for eLearning
  58. 58. Sharp eyes
  59. 59. Composing for the screen
  60. 60. The Rhino’s Weapons XWhen a rhino engages in combat for matingprivileges, what part of it’s body does it useto attack its rival? Teeth Horn Limbs Head Submit
  61. 61. The Rhino’s Weapons XWhen a rhino engages in combat for matingprivileges, what part of it’s body does it useto attack its rival? Teeth Horn Limbs Head Submit
  62. 62. The Osprey XAn expert fisherman amongst birds, theOsprey (Pandion haliaetus) is a large,migratory raptor.Widely distributed across the world, it’s awinter visitor to India. Its primary diet is fishthough it’s also known to feed on rodents,amphibians, other small mammals and birds.
  63. 63. The Osprey XAn expert fisherman amongst birds, theOsprey (Pandion haliaetus) is a large,migratory raptor.Widely distributed across the world, it’s awinter visitor to India. Its primary diet is fishthough it’s also known to feed on rodents,amphibians, other small mammals and birds.
  64. 64. Montagu’s or Pallid Harrier? XWhile the harrier males are quite distinctiveand easy to tell from one another, the femalescan put you into quite a pickle. Depending ontheir morph and plumage, Montagu’s andPallid Harrier females can be quite diificult toidentify.What harrier is this? Click the labels to findout.
  65. 65. Montagu’s or Pallid Harrier? XWhile the harrier males are quite distinctiveand easy to tell from one another, the femalescan put you into quite a pickle. Depending ontheir morph and plumage, Montagu’s andPallid Harrier females can be quite diificult toidentify.What harrier is this? Click the labels to findout.
  66. 66. Buying Guide The TechnicalitiesComposition Tips Post Processing
  67. 67. Post Processing
  68. 68. The Possibilities
  69. 69. Camera RAW (your digital negative)
  70. 70. White Balance
  71. 71. Histogram
  72. 72. Ever wondered what this means?
  73. 73. Dark to bright, from left to rightShadows Highlights White point Black point
  74. 74. Clipped HighlightsA potentially overexposed image
  75. 75. Clipped ShadowsA potentially underexposed image
  76. 76. A tough to correct image
  77. 77. Subtle Subtle Highlights ShadowsAn easy to enhance image
  78. 78. Enhancing Colour
  79. 79. Black and White
  80. 80. Tools you can use
  81. 81. Adobe Photoshop
  82. 82. Adobe Lightroom
  83. 83. Mobile Tools
  84. 84. Instagram
  85. 85. 100 cameras
  86. 86. Pixlromatic
  87. 87. Snapseed
  88. 88. Photogene
  89. 89. iPhoto
  90. 90. Photoshop Touch
  91. 91. Buying Guide The TechnologyComposition Tips Post Processing
  92. 92. How do professionals get tack sharp photos?Who can I follow if I want to learn more? What are micro four-thirds cameras? What is HDR photography? What is RAW format? Questions? How do I photograph birds?When should I use flash? How do you post-process your photos? Why do you post-process your photos? Is it ethical to post process photos?

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