Introduction to Analog Photography with Natural Light

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Learn about the cameras, lenses, and film used in analog photography to create a series of urban images using various framing and printing techniques

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Did you know that analog photography is an incredibly powerful way to capture natural light? It allows you to create stunningly unique images in a way you perhaps never imagined. In this online course, Fabien Dendiéval teaches you how to work with composition and play around with natural light and shadows, some of the skills he has mastered throughout his career.

With Fabien as your guide, learn the ins and outs of analog photography and study its technical aspects in detail, like lens apertures, film sensitivity, and exposure time. Discover the secrets of SLR cameras, printing processes, and even digital editing.

What better way to begin this introduction to analog photography than by getting to know your teacher? Find out more about his professional background and his artistic influences, such as Harry Gruyaert, William Eggleston, and Edward Hopper.

Next, study the technical foundations of analog photography. Fabien talks about the notion of the exposure triangle, which allows you to master the ISO, the lens aperture, and the shutter speed. Look at the different types of cameras, the focal lengths, and the lenses best adapted to your project.

Learn about framing, composition, and natural light, then find out what a light meter is used for and how to identify particularly photogenic locations.

Now it’s time for the photo shoot! Examine different settings and adjustments for the light and get to grips with the shutter release. After taking your shots, develop and scan the film for editing in Photoshop.

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