Learn how to capture, enhance, and transform your digital photographs taken with any camera, from phones to DLSRs with photographer and teacher Tom Ang. This comprehensive photography companion shows you everything you need to do to start taking exquisite photographs with digital cameras and phones.
Smart Phone, Smart Photography by Jo Bradford
Publication Date: 2018-04-10
Maximize your potential to get the shots you want with this guide to photography for both Apple and Android phones. There's a saying in the photography world that the best camera for the job is the one you have with you when a photo opportunity arises. Thanks to the boom in camera-phone technology, today we're lucky enough to have a camera to hand to capture all those incredible moments. But are you making the most of that powerful tool in your pocket?
Maker Projects for Kids Who Love Photography by Kelly Spence
Publication Date: 2016-08-25
Smartphones have made digital photography a popular and accessible interest for kids. This snappy title helps young photographers explore the history of this important art form and create their own art. Readers will learn about lenses, filters, composition, and lighting. They will also be encouraged to create their own photography projects using different styles and mediums, and changing their photos into forms that suit their ideas and concepts.
The Ansel Adams Guide. Book 1 : basic techniques of photography by John P. Schaefer
Publication Date: 1999-04-01
A comprehensive and accessible guide to photography. It covers cameras and lenses, the specifics of black-and-white and color photography. field trips. All aspects of photography are thoroughly presented in a clear, readable manner.
Digital Photography Essentials by Tom Ang
Publication Date: 2016-10-18
Digital Photography Essentials is a guide to digital photography from author and photographer Tom Ang. Using images and jargon-free text, Digital Photography Essentials covers the basics of digital photography and explains different ways to approach a subject, how to develop projects, image manipulation, and printing and sharing techniques, so you can build your skills from beginner to confident and creative photographer.
LinkedIn Learning had many great courses and tips on Photography. If you aren't already logged in at LinkedIn Learning you will need to select "Sign in" then "Sign in with your library card" then enter "www.linkedin.com/learning-login/go/winnipegpubliclibrary" as the library ID and finally use your WPL card number and PIN to sign in.
In this course you'll learn everything you need to know about the art and craft of great photography straight from Joel Sartore, a National Geographer photographer with more than 30 years of experience. Designed for people at all levels, these 24 episodes are an engaging guide to how photographs work and how to make them work better for you.
Great photography goes beyond knowing about how lenses and f-stops work. It's about creative problem solving under real-world conditions. Taking great photographs means knowing how to choose the right tool or apply the right technique to capture your subject in the best possible way. Photographers who wish to excel--professional and recreational alike--need to have a solid foundation of technical skills and the ability to apply that knowledge intuitively to a wide range of scenarios and subjects.
The best way to learn any art form, including the art of photography, is by watching a master artist at work. In this course - 24 lectures taught by 12 top National Geographic photographers - you gain access to some of the world's greatest photographers. This instructional series will change the way you approach photography.
National Geographic photographers Michael Melford and Tim Laman reveal stories and secrets about great landscape and wildlife photography. Taking you around the world, their 24 visually-rich lectures present the art of seeing that's key to taking unforgettable photos of desert cliffs, penguin colonies, dramatic waterfalls, and more.
Fstoppers is an online community aimed at educating and inspiring photographers, videographers, and creative professionals. Started in 2010 by founders Patrick Hall and Lee Morris, Fstoppers has grown into one of the top resources for photography lighting, gear reviews, business tips, behind the scenes, and industry news.
"The self-proclaimed “most subscribed and viewed photography show on the Internet,” DigitalRev TV is a Hong Kong-based YouTube channel that features some of the most entertaining and creative equipment reviews you will find on the web, along with how-to videos, and other fun and light-hearted video content." - Format Magazine
"Like any great cooperative, COOPH is all about community—specifically, a community of photographers that “celebrates individualism, expression and sincerity.” They work to recognize and promote creative photographic vision from within the community, and they use their YouTube channel to showcase DIY photography tutorials with tips, tricks and hacks, while also offering plenty of inspiration." - Format Magazine
"For street photographers looking for inspiration and education, Eric Kim’s YouTube channel is the most-followed out there. A California-based street photographer, Kim travels the world to teach street photography workshops, while offering up knowledge and stories from his travels via his YouTube videos." - Format Magazine
GIMP is open source software's answer to photoshop. Free in all senses of the word, GIMP is a powerful digital photo editing package. GIMP has a reputation for being confusing for people who have used other photo editors. To help with this, here's a great article on How to Make GIMP Work More Like Photoshop.