This fascinating and thorough Digital Photography course will teach you everything you need to know about digital photography and how to take the ideal photograph!
Before the digital revolution, photography was still a popular hobby, but many people were put off by the requirement of purchasing film, processing and developing it yourself, or taking it to a Photolab and receiving a set of 30 prints with stickers explaining that the picture was out of focus or had red streaks on it because the film had been exposed to light or left in a drawer for three years before being developed.
Many photographers still use film (and some refuse to go digital), but the rise in popularity of photography over the last ten years has been fueled by the rapid advancement of digital camera technology. Why write something when you can just take a photo with your phone? Social media sites have also contributed to this surge.
The use of SLR cameras, also known as Digital SLR (or DSLR) cameras, appears to be the area of photography that is seeing the most growth. Because of their simplicity and ease of use, many amateurs and snappers chose point and shoot cameras in the past. Professionals and avid hobbyists used SLR cameras. It’s nearly difficult to stroll down the street in any city in the globe these days without seeing someone with a DSLR camera.