Learning to Shoot with Micro Four-Thirds Cameras

Learning to Shoot with Micro Four-Thirds Cameras

Learning to Shoot with Micro Four-Thirds Cameras is an Beginner level course on Photography, compiled by the creator, Richard Harrington. This course is a critical pillar for a person who needs to excel in his/her Photography expertise. It gives you a thorough grip on Cameras + Gear, Photography, Cameras + Gear and Photography.

Free Download - Learning to Shoot with Micro Four-Thirds Cameras
Author Richard Harrington
Publish Date 8/20/2013
Skill Beginner
Duration 3h 37m
Topic Cameras + Gear
Video Tutorials 59
Last Update 1/27/2015

The micro four-thirds sensor format is enabling a new generation of cameras that combine compact size with DSLR-like features, such as interchangeable lenses. In this course, Rich Harrington and Scott Bourne introduce the micro four-thirds format, detailing its strengths and weaknesses for both photography and video, offering buying advice, and sharing tips for getting the best results when shooting with a micro four-thirds camera.

This course was created and produced by Rich Harrington. We are honored to host this content in our library.

Topics include:

  • What is the micro four-thirds format?
  • Understanding the advantages and disadvantages of micro four-thirds
  • Choosing a micro four-thirds body
  • Choosing the best lens
  • Using image stabilization
  • Improving your audio
  • Shooting video with a micro four-thirds

Learning to Shoot with Micro Four-Thirds Cameras : Video Lessons

  • Welcome33s
  • The origin of the format1m 40s
  • How a micro-four thirds camera differs from a DSLR3m 33s
  • How and why mirrorless cameras are special3m 39s
  • Micro four-thirds camera accessories1m 14s
  • The cost advantage of micro four-thirds2m 38s
  • Stealth shooting with micro four-thirds2m 33s
  • Lightweight and easy to transport1m 36s
  • Extending your reach with a 2x crop factor2m 42s
  • Shooting with great depth of field1m 49s
  • Better in-camera JPEG quality3m 10s
  • A smaller sensor means more noise3m 21s
  • The challenge of auto focus3m 23s
  • Getting used to an electronic viewfinder3m 25s
  • Why battery life is shorter1m 32s
  • Setting your budget for your camera2m 2s
  • Pay attention to ergonomics2m 14s
  • Matching your shooting style to the camera2m 22s
  • Consider existing gear when choosing a system2m 21s
  • How long do you want the camera body to last?1m 43s
  • Do your friends shoot on micro four-thirds cameras?2m 45s
  • Adapting lenses you already own3m 32s
  • Choosing cross-compatible lenses3m 4s
  • Should you choose primes or zooms?4m 45s
  • What about "pro" lenses?3m 49s
  • Selecting a telephoto lens4m 5s
  • Using a telephoto lens3m 39s
  • Selecting a portrait lens2m 36s
  • Using a portrait lens3m 20s
  • Selecting a wide-angle lens3m 8s
  • Using a wide-angle lens3m 1s
  • Specialty lens choices2m 6s
  • How to safely change a lens1m 43s
  • Maintenance tips for micro four-thirds lenses1m 50s
  • Micro four-thirds camera menus to adjust for Olympus shooters3m 1s
  • Micro four-thirds camera menus to adjust for Panasonic shooters2m 6s
  • Understand auto focus3m 3s
  • The exposure triangle3m 29s
  • The exposure triangle in play7m 9s
  • Using image stabilization for sharper photos2m 8s
  • Creative looks with in-camera filters5m 4s
  • Updating2m 3s
  • Why shoot video on a micro four-thirds camera?2m 50s
  • Choosing the best lenses for video4m 41s
  • The video exposure triangle6m 20s
  • Improving your audio on a micro four-thirds camera4m 13s
  • Setting your record options on an Olympus micro four-thirds camera4m 38s
  • Setting your record options on a Panasonic micro four-thirds camera5m 49s
  • Getting stable shots when shooting video2m 44s
  • Key features3m 48s
  • Ports and connections2m 30s
  • Essential menu settings5m 15s
  • Shooting still photos3m 30s
  • Shooting time lapse2m 37s
  • Shooting video4m 26s
  • Controlling the Panasonic GH4 with an app8m 4s
  • Controlling the Olympus OM-D E-M1 with an app6m 32s
  • Micro four-thirds web resources31s
  • Next steps1m 4s

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