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Series: Digital Photography - Crafting Digital Images

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About this Series

  • Lessons: 5
  • Total Time: 1h 38m
  • Use: Watch Online & Download
  • Access Period: Unlimited
  • Created At: 06/15/2009
  • Last Updated At: 07/20/2010

In this series, “Digital Photography – Crafting Digital Images”, expert Brian D. Ratty explores the art and craft of making, not taking, digital images. During the five lessons included in this series Brian explains 32 key photographic concepts and 56 specific digital shooting tips.

This series covers topics ranging from a review of your digital camera and properties of light, to understanding how to critique photos and establish interesting visual themes and visual subjects.

This interactive series will also help you develop good photographic techniques and provide inspiration on starting to “see” photographic images that are all around us.

Outstanding digital images are as unique as the finger print of the photographer who crafted them. If you’re new to photography or an experienced film user you will find “Digital Photography – Crafting Digital Images” full of practical and valuable information and instruction.

About this Author

Brian Ratty
Brian Ratty
37 lessons
Joined:
03/11/2009

Brian Ratty, internationally known photographer, educator and founder of a multi-million-dollar communications company, hosts and writes many instructional DVDs, videos and audio programs on photography. Over the past twenty five years, he and his staff of writers and photographers have completed thousands of professional assignments around the world. Mr. Ratty is a graduate of Brooks Institute of Photography and holds an honorary Master of Science degree.

Lessons Included

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