Going Manual with Nick Kelsh

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Join Nick Kelsh's Going Manual seminars to reach your photography aha! moments and start taking breath taking profession...

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Lesson 5: Focal Length and the Shakes

[...] photographers, the bad news is that for the next several years you are probably going to want a new camera more often than you would like. The attraction of high ISO, low-noise improvements will prove [...]

Lesson 6: What is Color Balance?

[...] more notch towards controlling your camera. I’ve heard from several of you upon purchasing a new camera telling me that there’s something drastically wrong with the color of the new camera; [...]

Lesson 5: Focal Length and the Shakes

[...] photographers, the bad news is that for the next several years you are probably going to want a new camera more often than you would like. The attraction of high ISO, low-noise improvements will prove [...]

Lesson 2: How a Light Meter Thinks

[...] to change you meter mode. Also, no one leaves this room until everyone understand f-stops, shutter speeds, and ISO. If, in the end, that means I have to get on the phone with you individually that& [...]

Lesson 2: How a Light Meter Thinks

[...] setting your f-stop, shutter speed and ISO manually. Most professional photographers use automatic focus virtually all the time. Phew! You must be so relieved. There are certain situations when it’s [...]

Lesson 3: Introduction to Depth of Field

[...] setting your f-stop, shutter speed and ISO manually. Most professional photographers use automatic focus virtually all the time. Phew! You must be so relieved. There are certain situations when it’s [...]

Lesson 1: An Introduction to Going Manual

[...] setting your f-stop, shutter speed and ISO manually. Most professional photographers use automatic focus virtually all the time. Phew! You must be so relieved. There are certain situations when it’s [...]

Lesson 3: Introduction to Depth of Field

[...] setting your f-stop, shutter speed and ISO manually. Most professional photographers use automatic focus virtually all the time. Phew! You must be so relieved. There are certain situations when it’s [...]

Lesson 7: Shooting Raw

[...] major picture editing software programs. If your camera is not recognized by your picture editing program, it’s possible that you can go to the manufacturer’s website and they may have a [...]

Lesson 7: Shooting Raw

[...] are in place, opening a raw file is simple. You simply open that file with whatever picture editing program you use and a special raw window opens up.  You’ll see your photograph and all manner of [...]

Lesson 1: An Introduction to Going Manual

[...] ) is not all that cut and dry. Plus, your camera has an auto-FOCUS function that you can put on MANUAL focus, but that’s generally not considered part of going manual—it’s not one of [...]

Lesson 1: An Introduction to Going Manual

[...] not traditionally considered part of  "Going Manual"? A Shutter Speeds B F-stops C Manual focus D ISO Question 2 What do f-stops, shutter speeds and ISO all have in common that makes sense? [...]

Lesson 5: Focal Length and the Shakes

[...] on the wrong White Balance setting. A clean slate is a great way to start the course. Taking Photographs Q. Should I put my lens on Manual or leave it on Autofocus (AF)? A. When we talk about manual [...]

Lesson 8: Histograms

[...] on the wrong White Balance setting. A clean slate is a great way to start the course. Taking Photographs Q. Should I put my lens on Manual or leave it on Autofocus (AF)? A. When we talk about manual [...]

Lesson 6: What is Color Balance?

[...] on the wrong White Balance setting. A clean slate is a great way to start the course. Taking Photographs Q. Should I put my lens on Manual or leave it on Autofocus (AF)? A. When we talk about manual [...]

Lesson 1: An Introduction to Going Manual

[...] on the wrong White Balance setting. A clean slate is a great way to start the course. Taking Photographs Q. Should I put my lens on Manual or leave it on Autofocus (AF)? A. When we talk about manual [...]

Lesson 1: An Introduction to Going Manual

[...] . It won’t pick the f-stop/shutter speed combination for you—that’s manual photography—but it will tell you how much light there is. You didn’t think we were going to [...]

Lesson 1: An Introduction to Going Manual

[...] . It won’t pick the f-stop/shutter speed combination for you—that’s manual photography—but it will tell you how much light there is. You didn’t think we were going to [...]

Lesson 5: Focal Length and the Shakes

[...] Upload Your Photo FAQ One of the major considerations you need to factor in to your manual photography is the focal length of your lens— it affects your depth of field, yes, but it’s [...]

Lesson 4: Depth of Field and Focal Length

[...] be marked incorrect. Get Results There are 9 questions to complete. You have completed questions question Your score is Correct Wrong Partial-Credit You have not finished your quiz. If you leave this [...]

Lesson 4: Depth of Field and Focal Length

[...] be marked incorrect. Get Results There are 9 questions to complete. You have completed questions question Your score is Correct Wrong Partial-Credit You have not finished your quiz. If you leave this [...]

Lesson 7: Shooting Raw

[...] marked incorrect. Get Results There are 12 questions to complete. You have completed questions question Your score is Correct Wrong Partial-Credit You have not finished your quiz. If you leave this [...]

Lesson 8: Histograms

[...] be marked incorrect. Get Results There are 8 questions to complete. You have completed questions question Your score is Correct Wrong Partial-Credit You have not finished your quiz. If you leave this [...]

Lesson 4: Depth of Field and Focal Length

[...] There are 9 questions to complete. You have completed questions question Your score is Correct Wrong Partial-Credit You have not finished your quiz. If you leave this page, your progress will be lost. [...]

Lesson 3: Introduction to Depth of Field

[...] There are 8 questions to complete. You have completed questions question Your score is Correct Wrong Partial-Credit You have not finished your quiz. If you leave this page, your progress will be lost. [...]

Lesson 7: Shooting Raw

[...] are 12 questions to complete. You have completed questions question Your score is Correct Wrong Partial-Credit You have not finished your quiz. If you leave this page, your progress will be lost. [...]

Lesson 6: What is Color Balance?

[...] There are 9 questions to complete. You have completed questions question Your score is Correct Wrong Partial-Credit You have not finished your quiz. If you leave this page, your progress will be lost. [...]

Lesson 3: Introduction to Depth of Field

[...] or at least shade. Then you can have the needed wide range of shutter speeds, f-stops, and ISO settings to make this work. Put one of the toys about 24 inches from your camera and the other one [...]

Lesson 3: Introduction to Depth of Field

[...] or at least shade. Then you can have the needed wide range of shutter speeds, f-stops, and ISO settings to make this work. Put one of the toys about 24 inches from your camera and the other one [...]

Lesson 3: Introduction to Depth of Field

[...] or at least shade. Then you can have the needed wide range of shutter speeds, f-stops, and ISO settings to make this work. Put one of the toys about 24 inches from your camera and the other one [...]

Lesson 3: Introduction to Depth of Field

[...] or at least shade. Then you can have the needed wide range of shutter speeds, f-stops, and ISO settings to make this work. Put one of the toys about 24 inches from your camera and the other one [...]

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Lesson 5: Focal Length and the Shakes

[...] photographers, the bad news is that for the next several years you are probably going to want a new camera more often than you would like. The attraction of high ISO, low-noise improvements will prove [...]

Lesson 6: What is Color Balance?

[...] more notch towards controlling your camera. I’ve heard from several of you upon purchasing a new camera telling me that there’s something drastically wrong with the color of the new camera; [...]

Lesson 5: Focal Length and the Shakes

[...] photographers, the bad news is that for the next several years you are probably going to want a new camera more often than you would like. The attraction of high ISO, low-noise improvements will prove [...]

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