— Jeff Revell




About This Course

This comprehensive photography course is thoughtfully designed to offer a systematic and digestible exploration of cameras, lenses, and the fundamentals of capturing impressive photos. The course is divided into concise segments, each focused on a specific topic, allowing for flexibility and adaptability to your learning pace.

The course commences with an Introduction that sets the stage for the rest of the lessons. This session outlines the path you will tread on your learning journey and prepares you for a deep dive into the photographic world.

You proceed then to examine the Camera Body, dissecting every nook and cranny, every key, knob, and slot that could influence your photographic output. This section provides an in-depth understanding of your equipment's physical structure and function.

Following this, a dedicated session on Lenses and Accessories familiarizes you with different types of lenses and their individual impacts on various photographic conditions. In this part, we also introduce you to beneficial camera accessories that can significantly enhance your photography experience.

Next, you delve into the practical aspects of photography, discussing Basic and Creative Shooting Modes. These lessons shed light on the importance of these modes and how they adapt the camera's behavior in distinct light conditions. To give you a broader perspective, you also discover into more advanced modes such as Manual, Bulb, and Custom. This deep dive equips you with the knowledge needed to exert greater control over your camera and, consequently, your artistic vision.

The discussion then transitions to White Balance, a crucial aspect of photography that influences the color tones in your images. Gaining mastery over this element allows you to accurately reflect or creatively modify the colors in your photographs.

Following this, we engage in a detailed discussion on Adjusting AV Settings. This section breaks down the processes involved in modifying aperture and shutter speed, both integral to managing the light exposure in your images.

Two significant lessons that follow are JPEG vs RAW and ISO. They offer profound insights into image quality, detailing, and camera performance under variable lighting conditions.

Subsequently, the course guide you through navigating the digital interfaces of Menus in your camera, filled with diverse settings and features. An extension of this is a session on Noise Reduction and My Menu, explaining how to counteract digital noise in low-light conditions and how to customize your menu interface.

One of the final segments in the course covers Flash Flexibility, guiding you on the effective usage of camera flash to achieve well-illuminated images even in tricky light situations.

Rounding off the course is a segment dedicated to Video. This lesson broadens your understanding of your camera's capabilities, demonstrating how to leverage them to capture high-quality moving images.

By weaving together these informative sessions, our course presents a comprehensive understanding of photography, opening a window to the captivating world of image capture.

Acquired Knowledge

This course will teach you everything you need to know about the Canon 60D, including all of the menu features, how to get the most out of the 18 Megapixel sensor, how to control off-camera flash, and how to use the new video capabilities


Jeff Revell
Jeff Revell has been shooting professionally for over 25 years and has a wide range of expertise in everything from landscape, to travel, to urban photography. Widely known as the photographer behind the popular PhotoWalkPro blog, Jeff is also the author of seven books on digital cameras and photography in the best-selling series, From Snapshots to Great Shots.


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