DSLR Photography For Bloggers – Skillshare | File Size  518.4 MB| Free download

Calling all bloggers! Get ready as photography pro Lindsay Ostrom shares all of her behind-the-lens tips and tricks. Learn the basics of your camera, as well as how to light and style your shoot. At the end, you’ll see a notable difference in your photography!

Stunning photography has the power to take your blog or website to the next level. In this class, photography superstar, Lindsay Ostrom, will show you how to take photos that will make your content stand out. First, get a quick overview of how to use manual controls on a DSLR. Then she’ll focus on how you can use lighting to take your photos from average to amazing. Finally, Lindsay will cover styling, including how to get the perfect detail shot of a DIY or how to take the perfect overhead picture of your breakfast spread. At the end of this class, you will know the essentials of manual photography, lighting, and composition. Plus, your readers will notice your new photography skills!

For this class you will need the following supplies:

  • Camera: DSLR manual photography will be covered in the first part of the course, but an iPhone camera can also be used for the second part of the course
  • Background: something to shoot on, anything from a whiteboard to a distressed wood table to a neutral colored tablecloth
  • Content: Food, Crafts, DIY Projects, etc.
  • Lights or lightbox

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