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Testimony Tuesday: INSPIRATION

A Little Inspiration Goes Far

Sometimes, all we need to get back to our artistic vision is a little inspiration.

 

Motivations come in different forms and shapes, and education is the most powerful tool.

 

Omnilargess Photography Classes have assisted many aspiring photographers in mastering the art of photography since 2005. Join our workshop and discover your artistic talent.

 

Mike Elliott started seeing things differently after taking our Photography Bootcamp Program! Now, he sees beauty everywhere he goes and takes excellent images.

 

Here are a few pictures that he took during the Photography Bootcamp Program.

Do you want to learn more?

Digital Photography Bootcamp is one of our most popular photography courses. Bootcamp is a six-week comprehensive photography workshop and includes two field trips, one for daytime and one for night photography skills.

Our next Bootcamp program starts on May 26, 2022. Small class sizes and lots of hands-on exercises make this workshop exciting.

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Testimony Tuesday: PHOTOGRAPHY GUIDELINES

Photography Guidelines For New Photographers

As a new photographer, all you need is excellent photography guidelines to capture artistic images.

Books and videos are good assets after in-person training.

Omnilargess Photography Classes assist many new photographers in achieving their passion of being an artist.

Rachel Vandevert found her artistic talent in photography after taking our Fall Bootcamp. Here is her testimony:

“I was just looking to learn some basics of what each camera setting did on my camera and also the basics of how to take a good picture, I definitely recommend this class as a starting point for if your looking to get into photography it’s a good mixture of sitting and listening to him talk about each setting but also giving you plenty of opportunity to actually go out and practice too. I would recommend it to anyone in the area to take this class. I also loved that it was a small class so I didn’t feel like I was lost in a big group of students! Ted is very knowledgeable and professional and friendly! I will definitely consider taking more classes with him in the future!”

Rachel Vandevert

I want to invite you to visit our Students Photogallery page to see more fabulous pictures. Click HERE to go to Students’ Photogallery.

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Our next Photography Class Bootcamp Program starts on February 3, 2022. It is the best time for learning photography and getting ready for fantastic Spring photography.

Photography Bootcamp is a six-week program and consists of six classroom sessions and two field trips.

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Testimony Tuesday: DISCOVER PHOTOGRAPHY

Discover the Art Of Photography 

To discover the power of photography, you need Guidance from Experts.
Books and videos are good assets, but they cannot beat in-person training.

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Unleash the Power of Photography

Omnilargess Photography Classes assist Parneet Gandhi to discover photography as an art to start his business.

Here is his testimony:

“Ted is a wonderful teacher and highly knowledgeable. His portrait and beginners class are fantastic. I was shocked in how much I didn’t know.You can only learn so much on YouTube!”

Parneet Gandhi

READY TO DISCOVER YOUR CAMERA TALENT IN PHOTOGRAPHY?

Our next Photography Class Bootcamp Program starts on February 3, 2022. It is the best time for learning photography and getting ready for fantastic Spring photography.

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Summer Photography Tips

Quick Camera Tip: SUMMER PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS

It is Summer, the weather is nice and warm (and possibly hot!), the daylight lasts longer, and there are plenty of opportunities for taking photos. I decided to share Summer Photography Tips here, and using these tips can improve the pictures.

You must compose the photo whether you use a DSLR, Mirrorless, Point and Shoot, or Smart Phones. Many times a simple change in composition has a significant effect on the pictures.

In this post for Summer Photography Tips, I am going to share some secrets on successful photography. Stay tuned for more tips and Please send your questions to us, and we will be more than happy to answer them. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for more Free Tutorials and Tips.

Summer Photography Tips Part 1

Improve the Exposure

Always Check the Exposure!

Checking Exposure is one of the essential Summer Photography Tips:

If you shoot in any of the Semi-Automatic modes (Shutter priority or Aperture priority), always check the camera warnings regarding the exposure. In the summertime, the daylight can get very strong, and it can cause over-exposed images.

If you are a manual shooter, you don’t need this problem. Another good reason for learning Manual shooting!

Over Exposed image

In Semi Automatic exposure mode, camera over exposed this photos
In Semi Automatic exposure mode, camera over exposed this photos

Correct Exposure

By adjusting the exposure, you can avoid over/under exposed photos
By adjusting the exposure, you can avoid over/under exposed photos

Use Aperture Settings to Narrate a Story.

One of the roles of Aperture is controlling the Depth Of Field. Select the correct Aperture to create a Shallow or wide Depth Of Field to tell the story.

Shallow Depth Of Field

Low f-stop creates a Shallow Depth Of Field, which help you to enhance your subject in the photo.
Low f-stop creates a Shallow Depth Of Field, which help you to enhance your subject in the photo.

Wide Depth Of Field

Higher f number results wider Depth Of Field, when you want to show the whole scene to the viewers
Higher f number results wider Depth Of Field, when you want to show the whole scene to the viewers

Use Faster Shutter Speed

Take advantage of bright daylight and shoot with faster shutter speed to freeze the action. Summer daylight is perfect for shooting at 1/4000s and capture amazing images of wildlife.

Fast Shutter Speed

Fast Shutter Speed (1/3000s) allowed me to freeze the movement of the bee.
Fast Shutter Speed (1/3000s) allowed me to freeze the movement of the bee.

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The Great Camera Debate 1

The Great Camera Debate, Part 1  

Which Camera is the Best?

All camera manufacturers claim that they make the best camera. But really, which camera is the best? It often depends on who you ask! In this article, I will shed some light on the topic of the excellent camera debate.

Which camera is ‘the perfect camera’?

The great camera debate

Which camera is the best? Big question!!

There is no such a thing as a ‘perfect camera.’ It comes down to the type of photography you do, your level of experience, and many other variables.

Before getting into this topic, I should make it clear I will not rate the manufacturers in any way. I want to share my experience with different camera groups and classes. As an instructor, I have had the privilege of working with various digital cameras. What I can say with 100% certainty is each camera has some pros and cons. As the saying goes: ‘One man’s trash is another man’s treasure’ and a pro or plus for me in one camera might be a con or negative for another photographer. It is the main reason why I will not judge the cameras; I believe it’s more important to have an excellent working knowledge of the menu system and settings specific to your type of camera. It helps when you understand the strengths and weaknesses of the tool you are using.

Establishing parameters of digital camera types

To start with, we need to organize the different types of digital cameras into groups. Just as we wouldn’t compare a Smart Car to a full-size SUV, I’ve classified camera types according to their size from small to large and into one of two groups for having either a fixed (permanently attached) or an interchangeable (removable) lens.

Fixed lens digital cameras

In this class/group, we have digital cameras with one attached lens, appropriately named because you cannot change the lenses, although some of these cameras come with long telephoto lenses (10X or more Optical Zoom).

1- Point and Shoot Cameras:

These cameras are usually small in size, with no interchangeable lens and very few accessories available for this category. Smartphones are in this class. Usually, you aim and shoot with no control over the camera’s settings or a minimal amount of controls. Point and shoot cameras are great for travelling and snapshots. They produce a decent picture in normal light conditions, but the results are often not as good when it is too bright or too dark. With a point-and-shoot camera, you are somewhat limited creatively because the camera makes most of your decisions.

The great camera debate

There are several different point-and-shoot cameras, even waterproof ones.

2- Compact digital cameras

These cameras are similar to the point-and-shoot cameras, with the advantage of having some controls for the settings, such as shutter speed, aperture, ISO, White Balance, etc. Some of these cameras are even capable of shooting RAW files. The image quality is usually far better than a point-and-shoot camera. However, the picture quality of these cameras can be less than ideal in low light or a too bright scene due to the small sensor size. Overall, the compact digital camera is my choice of small size camera because of improved image quality and various controls, which give me more creative options.

The great camera debate

Compact digital camera with lots of controls


The great camera debate

The above photo shows a compact digital camera with lots of optical zoom power.


The great camera debate

Here is a picture of a fixed lens compact camera

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Ted’s Photo Tips: APERTURE PRIORITY

Exploring the Aperture Priority 

We already discussed the fully automatic settings as Auto or Program Modes in previous articles. Although the automatic settings are easy to use, they cannot produce the desired results every time. Therefore, let’s look into one of the Semi-Automatic features, Aperture Priority.

What is the Aperture Priority?

Aperture Priority is one of the semi-automatic features in cameras. Generally speaking, it allows you to set the aperture value, and the camera concludes the shutter speed. Aperture priority mode provides photographers with the uses of shallow or long Depths of Field.

Photographers have full access to all the camera features in this mode, and the camera only controls shutter speed.

In the picture below, I decided to have a shallow depth of field. Therefore, I selected the Aperture Value to the lowest number (f2.8), and the camera adjusted the shutter speed for me:

Shallow Depth of Field

By using larger aperture setting, the focusing range gets shallower.
By using larger aperture setting, the focusing range gets shallower.

On the other hand, if I change my mind, I can increase the aperture value and bring all elements into the focusing range.

Long Depth of Field

Using a higher value for the aperture, expands the focusing range.
Using a higher value for the aperture, expands the focusing range.

Popular Uses for Aperture Priority

Whenever the focusing range is an important key, photographers prefer to use the aperture setting. Therefore, before taking a shot, you should ask yourself whether you need a shallow depth of field or an expanded one.

Typically, for Landscape and Cityscape photography, photographers use an expanded focusing range. On the other hand, for Portrait or for those times that you want to separate your subject from the rest of the scene, you need a shallow depth of field. Here are some examples:

Shallow Depth of Field

A very Shallow Depth of Field, brings the viewer attention to the main element.
A very Shallow Depth of Field, brings the viewer attention to the main element.

Long Depth of Field

In landscape photography, longer depth of field is more desirable, as it expands the focusing to more elements.
In landscape photography, longer depth of field is more desirable, as it expands the focusing to more elements.

So next time when you grab the camera to take a picture, ask yourself if the depth of field plays any role there. If the answer is “Yes,” then you need to select Aperture Priority. Of course, if you want to shoot in semi-automatic mode.

In Digital Photography Bootcamp, I cover these differences in great detail with more slides, and students get the assignments to practice on these features.

Bootcamp is a six-week program and includes six classroom sessions and two field trips. It is an entirely hands-on workshop.

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Testimony Tuesday: MAGIC OF PHOTOGRAPHY

Unleash the Magic of Photography

A new photographer faces dilemmas showing the magic of photography; how to operate the camera and compose images.

 

Omnilargess Photography classes address these dilemmas efficiently. All the workshops frequently update to cover new skills and trends. And above all, hands-on activities make lessons fun!  

Previously, Nathan Veenstra took our Photography Bootcamp program, and he found the workshop very valuable. Here is his review of the Bootcamp Program. 

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“Ted’s passion for photography is only surpassed by his willingness to teach others the theory and techniques to capture the images you always dreamed of. He takes time to review your photo’s and shows you what makes the photo pleasing to look at or what could be done to improve the photo next time. I would highly recommend Ted’s classes to anyone seeking to understand how all the features of their camera works together and provide you with the techniques to take well composed photo’s. Thanks Ted for giving me a foundation upon which to build.”

Nathan Veenstra

Recently, he took our Portrait Photography Class. He showed so much progress and took fabulous pictures of our talented models. I am delighted to showcase a few of his images here. 

Thank Nathan for taking Photography classes, sharing your feedback and outstanding pictures with us.

Results like this make me happy that I do something positive for my students.  

Visit our students’ gallery to see more fabulous photos from Nathan and other students.

Do you want to learn more?

Omnilargess Portrait Photography Class focuses on essential skills that a photographer needs to capture outstanding portraits. These techniques include camera settings, posing models (male and female), external sources of light (Flashes and reflectors), etc.

I dedicate a good portion of the class to hands-on exercises. Having several models provides opportunities for everyone to practice and learn new skills. To learn more, click HERE.

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Lens Focal Length

How can you find your Lens Focal Length?

When you look at your camera lenses, you see many different numbers. These numbers can be very confusing when you just started photography. This article will talk about the Lens Focal Length and the other uses of various Focal Length.

What is Lens Focal Length?

The Lens Focal Length is in millimetre (e.g. 35mm, 50mm, etc.) on your lenses and is the distance between the lens and the image sensor when the subject is focused. There is tons of information about the technical aspects of the focal length, and in this article, I am not going to go in-depth with these technical aspects.

Where Can you find the Lens Focal Length?

Usually, by looking around the lens barrel or the lens’s front, you would see many numbers, including the focal length followed by mm (millimetre). In the below pictures, I marked the focal length in two different lenses.

Lens Focal Length

lens focal length
You can find your lens focal length in different places of your lens

Zoom lenses and Prime lenses

If the focal length is a range of numbers (e.g. 18-55MM), it means that you have a Zoom lens. A zoom lens is a lens with variable focal lengths. In comparison, a Prime lens is a lens with one focal length. A zoom lens can be a wide-angle, wide to telephoto or a telephoto zoom lens. It takes us to the next topic of Lens focal length and Angle Of View.

Zoom lens focal length

Lens focal length
Focal length in zoom lenses

What is the Lens angle of View?

The angle of view reflects how much of a scene or subject a lens can cover and take the image. Expressed in degrees, the angle of view can be measured horizontally, vertically or diagonally across an image.

The angle of view depends on the size of the sensor as well as the focal length. The larger the sensor, the wider angle of view. For example, a 50mm lens has more angle views on a full-frame camera than an APSC size camera.

The general rule to remember.

To make it easy to remember, we should know that any focal length smaller than 35mm is considered wide-angle and any number higher than 50mm as a telephoto (in full-frame and APSC DSLRs).

Lens Focal length is 24mm

I set the camera on a tripod and used 1/30, f8 ISO 100 for these photos. Just compare to see how the lens focal length changes the angle of view
I set the camera on a tripod and used 1/30, f8 ISO 100 for these photos. Just compare to see how the lens focal length changes the angle of view

Lens Focal length is 50mm

lens focal length

Lens Focal length is 70mm

lens focal length

Lens Focal length is 200mm

lens focal length

Lens Focal length is 300mm

lens focal length

Lens Focal Length and Camera’s Shutter Speed

As a rule of thumb, the camera shutter speed should be higher than the focal length to avoid blurry photos (camera shake). For instance, if you shoot at a focal length of 85mm, the safe shutter speed is 1/90s faster to reduce the chance of a blurry picture.

Do you want to learn more?

I cover the Focal Length in-depth in our Digital Photography Bootcamp program. This six-week photography workshop consists of six classroom sessions and two field trips. It is a complete photography class for beginners to intermediate photographers who want to start photography as a business or just for fun and creativity.

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Digital Photography Bootcamp Program

Starts January 24th, 2018

Omnilargess Entry Level Photography Class Bootcamp Program starts on January 24th 2018. It is a six-week program (eight sessions) for beginners. If you just got your new digital camera and always want to learn how to use your camera to its potential, or planning on starting a new photography adventure or business, this beginners photography class is for you.

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