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Courses – Learn to Shoot Film
Want to learn how to shoot film!?! We gathered up some of our favorite online resources for learning film photography. These courses were created by some crazy talented film photographers who have contributed to the tutorials and features here on Shoot It With Film. We love and trust each one of these courses and are thrilled to share them you, along with a few coupon codes. Check them out below!
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The CreativeLive Film Week courses are online, watch-at-your-own-pace video courses with downloadable bonus content taught by amazing film photography experts.
Format: Online video classes for streaming and download, bonus pdf content
Topics Covered: Introduction to Film Photography, Introduction to Black and White Film Photography, Film Photography with Strobe Lighting, and Introduction to Large Format Photography.
Perfect For: Beginners and those looking to expand their knowledge in specific topics such as artificial lighting or large format photography
The Lighting for Lifestyle class is an online course for using bounce flash with film photography to transform your at-home lifestyle sessions.
Format: Online course with 12 videos tutorials, 50+ page pdf, and access to the Lighting for Lifestyle private Facebook group
Topics Covered: Why & When to Use Bounced Flash, Equipment Needed, Types of Artificial Light, Placing Your Light Source for Different Results, Metering for Ambient Light and Flash, Example Lighting Diagrams
Perfect For: More experienced film shooters who want to use flash for more consistent indoor shooting. If you shoot indoor lifestyle sessions and never want to worry about dimly lit homes again, you’ll love this course!
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