Learn Multimedia Online
The Compelling Image provides you with the ability to learn multimedia online and interactively - covering a range of topics that combine audio and still photographs, video clips and stills and combinations thereof, to produce powerful and compelling multimedia stories and productions.
Most anyone can make well-exposed photographs by daylight. Much more challenging are good photos made at night or when light levels are at their lowest. But to stow your camera in less than optimum lighting conditions is to forgo a whole other world of photographic expression and creativity.
Have you ever heard yourself saying ‘it looked better in person than in this picture’ when sharing photographs of your journeys with friends and colleagues? The pictures we make while traveling are our visual memories of the places we visit, and we want those images to have impact and tells a story of our journey in a way that holds the interest of the viewer. With this online photography course you'll learn just it's done
Fine Art Photography is traditionally thought of as an image captured masterfully. Think of the works of Paul Strand, Irving Penn, and Dorothea Lange. They have all made images that are rightfully placed in museums and photography history books. This online photography course is designed to stretch the genre, along with your own talent as a photographer. The result just might be an expressively creative fine art masterpiece of your own.
Whether it's flicking through decor and lifestyle magazines, checking out blogs or social media, we are collectively fascinated with “Interiors” - those wonderfully styled and lit images that speak “eloquence” or “homely” and invite the eye to explore every line, shape, texture and detail. Have you wondered just how those eye-catching compositions are made? Well, they’re not beyond your own reach as a photographer.
While black and white photographs were among the very first photographs taken, they are now frontier in digital photography. Digital cameras record light differently than film cameras and differently than the human eye. This black and white online photography course is the first in a series of three courses designed to help digital photographers see, think and express in light and shadow, black and white. It will cover how the human eye and the camera record light and how to begin to express yourself in the scale of white, gray and black tones.