A beginner's guide to SLR photography

Master Your Camera

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Interested in this course? Email us at adrian@slrcoaching.com

  • 39 Videos
  • 35 Texts
  • 8.0 hrs

Course Curriculum

Introduction To The Course
04:06
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4. White Balance
06:36
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5. File Types
09:53
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6. Inspiration
08:25
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Play time!
06:12
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7. File Storage & Backups
07:45
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10. Summary
02:47
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Instructor

Adrian Salisbury
Adrian Salisbury
Founder, Pro Video Academy

I never set out to create this course, it kind of found me. I actually have a photography course helping amateurs get to grips with their DSLR cameras and I joined James Wedmore's 'Business By Design' program to receive some help promoting my course. As I got involved in the community group I found myself helping everyone and answering questions about recording videos with a DSLR camera. Someone said 'you should do a course on this!' and the rest is history :-)

As the course develops through the BETA stage I am confident it will become 'the' go-to resource for the everyman (or woman) wishing to record Professional Quality Videos from home.

Thank you for trusting on me, now let's go build that course!

adrian@slrcoaching.com

Reviews (6)

Wow!

by Wayne Ashton
I'll be honest, I was a bit reluctant to splash the cash on an online course like this, it seemed a lot of money as I only got out my DSL camera out on special occasions, full auto all the way. On signing up I figured I was going to milk this for my everything I could and joined all the groups and get my monies worth. Some of the photos I had seen other people take were a bit overwhelming, I felt I could never compete with them but I had spent the money, head down and study time. Overall I spent a hour or two a day watching the informative tutorials giving me the pure nuts and bolts without the technobabble followed with a bit of a practice, half way through I had learnt quite a lot but my manual images were still hit and miss. Around Day 5 the penny dropped, everything had come together and my photos now compete quite nicely with others, even on my antique DSL Camera! No more black, white, grainy or blurry pictures for me. My family and friends have become very interested in my new images, I know how to tackle different photography in different situations and really can't leave my camera alone. With my new confidence and understanding of how much more you can get out of a camera when you take control its totally given me a new lease of life for my camera and I. I want to say a massive thank you to Adrian, I contacted him daily with questions and bombarded the facebook group with images and he really helped me though the course.

A great way to start

by Will Carter
I do much better with visual instructions than reading manuals. Being able to see what my camera can do, as well as how to make the necessary adjustments, has already made my hobby much more enjoyable. It is also great to have the ability to review lessons as often as I want.

A Muppet Guide to your SLR

by Debbie Horner
Having tried to read books and having seen several You Tube videos, I was immediately drawn to Adrian's style when I came across some of his video's. Here was a guy who was simplifying down to my level, not assuming any knowledge. Perfect. I signed up and sat down for a couple of afternoons. Brilliant, just what I wanted and I am now inspired to get out and use my camera in manual mode ! Can't wait for some more follow on courses....
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Wow!

by Wayne Ashton
I'll be honest, I was a bit reluctant to splash the cash on an online course like this, it seemed a lot of money as I only got out my DSL camera out on special occasions, full auto all the way. On signing up I figured I was going to milk this for my everything I could and joined all the groups and get my monies worth. Some of the photos I had seen other people take were a bit overwhelming, I felt I could never compete with them but I had spent the money, head down and study time. Overall I spent a hour or two a day watching the informative tutorials giving me the pure nuts and bolts without the technobabble followed with a bit of a practice, half way through I had learnt quite a lot but my manual images were still hit and miss. Around Day 5 the penny dropped, everything had come together and my photos now compete quite nicely with others, even on my antique DSL Camera! No more black, white, grainy or blurry pictures for me. My family and friends have become very interested in my new images, I know how to tackle different photography in different situations and really can't leave my camera alone. With my new confidence and understanding of how much more you can get out of a camera when you take control its totally given me a new lease of life for my camera and I. I want to say a massive thank you to Adrian, I contacted him daily with questions and bombarded the facebook group with images and he really helped me though the course.

A great way to start

by Will Carter
I do much better with visual instructions than reading manuals. Being able to see what my camera can do, as well as how to make the necessary adjustments, has already made my hobby much more enjoyable. It is also great to have the ability to review lessons as often as I want.

A Muppet Guide to your SLR

by Debbie Horner
Having tried to read books and having seen several You Tube videos, I was immediately drawn to Adrian's style when I came across some of his video's. Here was a guy who was simplifying down to my level, not assuming any knowledge. Perfect. I signed up and sat down for a couple of afternoons. Brilliant, just what I wanted and I am now inspired to get out and use my camera in manual mode ! Can't wait for some more follow on courses....

impressive

by bhavishya shivayogi
hi, it was really helpful and ya being not too technical , it helped me understand it better

A simply outstanding course!

by Tim Matthews
Next to purchasing a DSLR camera, watching and applying the ~8-hours of material in this course is the next best investment anyone could make in their photography. Although pitched at beginners, I have no hesitation in highly recommending this course to any amateur who wishes to genuinely master all the fundamentals of photography and their camera controls and put them into practice in full manual, with complete confidence.

A perfect beginners guide to SLR photography

by Sarah Moorcroft
This course was perfect for helping me to start to understand how to take a good photograph with a digital SLR camera. I already love photography, but get frustrated with not understanding the settings that I need to use on my camera to get consistently good images. This course took me back to basics and built up step by step the knowledge that I need to start getting it right. My camera now comes everywhere with me, even to work, just in case I see something that I want to photograph. Adrian is a fabulous coach, patient, understanding and approachable. I highly recommend this course to anyone starting out with digital SLR photography.