Video 1: Photo Project
A photo project for you to try out to test the sharpness of your gear and lenses (among other things).
NOTE: You can click the gear icon in the play-bar to speed up the video if you'd like.
Video 2: Review Photos From Part 1
A video to show you how to review your photos from Part 1 using Adobe and ON1.
40% Off My New Sharp and In Focus Course
On Sale now for $47.99 (Regularly $79.99).
All Videos (15 Lessons / 92 minutes)
Includes Recipe Video with "recipes" for Camera settings for most scenarios (sports, portrait, wildlife, landscapes, etc...)
Downloadable Course: You Own It... No Subscriptions.
Office Hours: Exclusive Invite to my Webinar on September 17th (at 12pm ET) to ask questions about this course. (It will be recorded)
You'll receive an email within the next week to sign up and ask questions ahead of time for Office Hours. Even if you can't join live, your questions will be submitted and you'll receive the replay video.
What’s The Course All About
This course is 90 minutes long and each lesson is broken up into short 5-8 minute segments so you can quickly pick and choose what you want to learn more about. It’s designed so you can get through it in just one or two sittings, and then get to practicing and implementing what you’ve learned.
COURSE LENGTH: 92 minutes
1. The Importance of the Diopter and Your Eyesight
2. Handholding: Shutter speed formula
3. Handholding - Importance of Auto ISO
4. Handholding - Lens Stabilization Modes
5. How to Check Sharpness In Camera
6. Tripods - Real World Stability Demo
7. Tripods - Cable Releases and Self-Timer Technique
8. Focus: Focus Modes Single and Continuous
9. Focus - Focus Areas Single Point vs. Dynamic
10. Focus - The Focus Range Limiter
11. Focus - When to Use Manual Focus?
12. Understanding the Focal Plane
13. Understanding and Using Back Button Focus
14. Focus Stacking (Why and How?)
15. Sharp and Focus Recipes
My Promise to You!
(and I don’t do this often)
You Will Learn At Least 1 New Thing!
Why only one thing? Judging from people I talk to all the time about this stuff, I actually think you’ll learn MANY New things.
But… if you only learned 1 thing that will get you sharper and better focussed photos, I believe that is easily worth $47.
Think about it… you’ve spent thousands on camera equipment. If $47 can help you take just one more sharp photos when it counts, wouldn’t you spend that any day of the week?