John W Scherer’s Video Tutorials Help You Master Digital Photography

January 7, 2008 at 7:20 pm 21 comments

John W Scherer – Many people use digital cameras today, but how many people fully understand how to use everything their camera has to offer? Probably more people than not have a limited knowledge of how to take pictures, what the different focus settings do, how to eliminate red-eye and how to transfer pictures to their computer. And that is fine if you have very basic photographic needs, but if you ever want to learn all there is to know about your digital camera and all the things you can do with it, John W. Scherer’s Video Professor tutorial on digital photography can be a great tool for you.

With lessons for beginning, intermediate and advanced users, everyone can benefit from Video Professor’s digital photography tutorial. So whether you want to master digital photography or you just want to make sure you are getting your money’s worth from your camera, John W. Scherer has the lesson you need.

If you are just buying your first digital camera, you can start from the beginning so you learn from the ground up. Learn the way around your camera and all the basic features with Video Professor, and you will never have to guess what any of the buttons or switches do. John W. Scherer’s tutorial will also show you all the necessary set-up steps when you first start using your camera. It is important to note how many mega pixels your camera has as this will effect how many pictures you can take and what quality to take pictures at. Learn what quality is good for you. If you want to take landscape pictures or if you will be printing your pictures at a large size, you will want to set your camera at a higher quality. Conversely, if you just want to take pictures of family, friends or while on vacation, then quality is less of a concern for you than quantity, and Video Professor can show you the proper settings for whatever type of photographer you are.

You can learn about the different settings for landscape, action, portrait and more. These are pretty standard features for many of the basic point-and-shoot cameras so no matter what kind of camera you use, there is instruction you will find useful. Video Professor can also teach you about the different flash settings so when it comes time to get your picture you can quickly switch to what you need rather than guessing what setting is best. Learn how to shoot at night, take the best indoor shots, and learn what you need to know for getting the best group photos in much shorter time than you might have thought. John W. Scherer’s tutorials are designed to teach any level of user exactly what they need to know.

If you take a lot of pictures and need to change your memory cards frequently, Video Professor will inform you about the many options that you have for storing your pictures. Saving your pictures to many different sources will also provide you with security against losing your pictures. There are plenty of options for storing your pictures that you might not have thought of. Aside from your computer and your memory card, you have the options of easily creating photo albums and even online albums. You can also carry many of your pictures with you by saving them to your MP3 player or portable photo storage device, such as a USB drive.

Once you get your pictures transferred to your computer, you will undoubtedly, want to take advantage of some of the editing tools that you have with this new technology. Video Professor can show you how to complete some of the more basic variations like enhancing color and contrast and removing red-eye. If you are more ambitious, you can also learn some more advanced editing strategies if you want to create photo illustrations, or if you have ambitions as a designer, you can learn how to enhance your photos and manipulate them. John W. Scherer’s tutorials are designed so you watch exactly what you are doing with your camera or these editing programs. This helps you comprehend new techniques more quickly so you can spend more time shooting and less time learning the tedious tasks.

You can also learn the easiest and fastest ways to share pictures with friends and family. Whether you just want to send your pictures via e-mail or you want to post your pictures on a web site, Video Professor will teach you the proper steps. Optimize your pictures for publication online in just a few important steps.

John W. Scherer’s digital photography tutorial has the lessons for any photographer. No matter how advanced you are, you can always learn more.

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  • 2. Bald Eagle  |  February 19, 2008 at 5:19 pm

    This is great! I have seen this guy in TV for more than a decade. Do you think he is making money? What I never knew, though, was that his name was John W Scherer.

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  • 3. Anonymus  |  February 20, 2008 at 3:54 pm

    I signed up for some videos with this John Scherer guy, and I must say, his videos are very well done and very informarive. The digital photography one is especially good since no one seems to be interested in reading the manual to the his or her digital camera. They walk you through the step by step process of using one, and tell you about things that never new your camera can do.

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