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The aim of this course is to guide one make aesthetically pleasing composition with proper structure, balance, and dynamics that bind compositional elements together and transform them into a photograph. As the various elements of photography overlap, detail and advanced understandings of fundamental elements of composition not only give one the true insight, but also the ability to control the effect one wants through the lens.
The aim of this course is to help one understand perspective and develop skill to go closer to the subject, beyond the world we normally see in our day-to-day lives. From lenses that can guide one to a new fascinating world to calibrate camera metering, then prepare oneself for capturing the splendor - the tiniest slice of a moment that expresses the gesture of nature.
The heart of adventure travel with professional camera gear lies in the concept of the journey itself. It is a desire to explore and then show it to the world in rich detail. Putting that experience in the frame is an expression of that joy of the ever-changing, ever-constant natural world.
Just like a painter, an experienced photographer always tries to look beyond the obvious in a subject, to draw the attention of the viewers, so that they spend more time with it. It is the texture in a photograph that takes one close to the composition, as if it can be felt or how it feels if touched. Texture is the tactile quality of the surface of an object. It presents the viewer with an even more intense experience of your work.
Moments that we see through the lens give us a gesture; a gesture that descends into the abyss of visual rhythm and harmonies through a kind of intuition. It is an expression that we experience in that very moment; put a frame around and call it a photograph, but the story goes far beyond the frame.
The aim of this course is to help one understand the building blocks of the English language, the linguistic categories and master them from a much broader aspects. Each lesson is designed uniquely to build conﬁdence and encourage autonomy among the learners of language that they need at university level for both undergraduate and postgraduate degree.
When we write, we should always make our writings easy to understand. From making a statement to pause in a sentence, from expressing the beauty of writing to show strong emotion; indicating a query, emphasizing, de-emphasizing, and even quoting someone, there are marks that we use both silently and aloud in our everyday writings as well as correct reading. The goal of this course is to learn and use them correctly, because they are vital to disambiguate the right meaning.
Photography is all about capturing the essence of a moment; how you feel the textures, colors, saturation, the direction of light, the shadows, and the breeze that gently carries the seed of life everywhere. You can truly call it a photograph when all these things can be conveyed to a viewer through one skilled eye. The aim of this course is to help one develop that aesthetic side to visualize and capture the perfect composition. From controlling the depth to visualize the perspective and the overall composition, from transforming that visualization into reality to become a purist, this course will help you achieve all that.
When we communicate, time plays the key role in our expression. It in an universal non-linguistic concept with three division: past, present, and future. They help us understand the flow of time and the meaning between actions, events, or states. Learning to express the fabric of time is probably the area of English language that causes learners the greatest amount of difficulties. The aim of this course is to overcome those difficulties and help one communicate effectively.
From expressing real, unreal, impossible, and hypothetical action to understand the attitude of the speakers and what they are saying - it is the structure of English language, which helps us understand how words are organized into phrases, clauses, and sentences to a complete thought. The aim of this course is to master those structures; whether it’s the different shades of time or expressing someone’s statements, questions, utterances, the degree of necessity, or the most basic units of meaning. From morphology to syntax, this is the course to master them all.
Have you ever tested how good is your English? As good as Shakespeare or Jane Austen? Well, even Jane or William may have had bit trouble using the standard English that we use today in our professional and academic works. Let’s test proficiency with this course equipped with quizzes and assignments even if English is your first language.
For almost over a century, photographers have been trying their best to seize moments, freeze time in a rectangular frame. The trend for a Photojournalist is to represent people and places encountered in the form of reporting. The aim of this course is to let you step in that world of photojournalism.
It is the wilderness, where you encounter life on earth in its true natural environment. From the fastest mammal on earth with keen eyesight that scans its grassland for the sign of prey, to the great migration of Africa, where millions of wildebeest straggle to move for better grazing areas. It is a stage of nature, where the greatest show on earth plays out. This is the diverse wildlife, from which we could only capture some fractions of moments with photography.