New tutorials cover a range of perennially interesting issues, from taking great pictures of landscapes to picking out the perfect camera lens, PhotographyCourse.net reports
Paia, HI -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/06/2015 -- PhotographyCourse.net, the top source for free online photography classes, published an extensive new batch of articles. Focusing on particular subjects, including lens choice, landscape photography, and the use of auto exposure bracketing, the new materials help to complement PhotographyCourse.net's highly regarded, comprehensive photography courses. PhotographyCourse.net's editors regularly publish additional articles, guides, and tips, and the new batch of content is one of the popular site's largest yet.
"We're happy to announce that we have just released a new set of articles that address some of the most common questions among students who take our three full-fledged photography courses," PhotographyCourse.net representative Erin Slater said, "These focused, detailed articles will provide a lot of useful answers to readers and help them become even more accomplished photographers."
More than a hundred thousand Americans work full-time as professional photographers, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and countless millions more regularly enjoy taking pictures with their smart phones and other devices. In fact, NikonUSA estimates that the number of photos taken annually soared by more than 450% between 1999 and 2011, thanks largely to the ubiquity of portable devices with built-in cameras and the ease of sharing their output through online social networks.
Since the site's founding, PhotographyCourse.net has been one of the Internet's richest resources for those seeking free online photography courses and other help with becoming a better photographer. The backbone of the site is a collection of three distinct, full-featured photography classes, aimed at beginners, intermediates, and advanced photographers respectively.
The beginner course consists of eight in-depth lessons that cover the basics, ranging from an overview of how the human eye processes light to issues like photographic exposure control and shutter ISO settings. Suitable for those with more experience and background, the intermediate course provides a formal introduction to the subject of photographic composition, as well as focused lessons on flash photography and the challenging task of capturing beautiful, striking images of sunsets. The PhotographyCourse.net advanced offering goes even further, delivering helpful lessons that range from aerial photography to establishing an efficient photo editing workflow.
Alongside these full-length courses, PhotographyCourse.net also offers a wide selection of a la carte instructional materials and photography tutorials. These topical lessons can help developing photographers build their skills in any direction that might appeal to them, thereby nicely complementing the foundations-focused comprehensive courses.
PhotographyCourse.net just-published new set of content expands on an already invaluable collection of this kind. Visitors will enjoy reading, for example, a new introduction to the technique of "flash painting," wherein slow shutter speeds are coupled with the creative use of a photographic flash to produce distinctive and memorable effects. As with all of the site's offerings, the new content is available entirely free of charge.
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