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Collège Gosselin in the comfort of your home!

In order to allow everyone to perfect their knowledge of photography and video without having to travel, our trainers have set up a series of exclusive courses to be taken online, in the comfort of your home.


 Duration : 2 hours          |          Price : $75


 



Date : Wednesday June 3, 2020
Time : 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Price : $75

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[FRENCH] Capturing Images with a mobile phone

By A.J. Gentile

 

The biggest advantage of mobile devices is that we always have them on hand. Although they are limited in some situations, they provide high quality images most of the time. You need to know how to use them optimally, how to correct their errors (exposure, focus) and what features are available. We will also discuss external, almost indispensable applications and accessories that can simplify your life or add functionality to these little electronic jewels.




Date : Thursday June 4, 2020
Time : 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Price : $75

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[FRENCH] Shelled macrophotography

By A.J. Gentile

 

Flowers, plants, insects, fruits, textures, there is no lack of subjects in macrophotography! But this kind of photography brings its share of challenges: a difficult focusing, a depth of field of only a few millimetres, a certain instability brought by magnification... Let us teach you the technical side (the best settings, the optimal exposure system, the "body focus") so that your next "macro" experience will be most satisfying.




Date : Friday June 5, 2020
Time : 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Price : $75

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[FRENCH] How to make the subject stand out in photography

By A.J. Gentile

 

Attracting and retaining attention is the art of photography. A single subject, a strong subject... and an environment that enhances it, that's what composing an image is all about. All the elements are important. Even emptiness! Yes, of course, we will describe the rule of thirds, but there are situations where the center is the most logical place to put a subject! Or right on the side! Lines of composition, shapes and "windows", 5% exception, contrasts, foregrounds, all these elements will allow your images to have more impact, and that's always what you're looking for in photography.




Date : Saturday June 6, 2020
Time : 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Price : $75

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[FRENCH] Understand and get the most out of your portable flash

By A.J. Gentile

 

Images taken with a portable flash (also called a "cobra") often do not have the desired quality: images that are too dark or too bright, contrasting photographs, uneven lighting. Let us explain why and give you a multitude of tips to ensure that your images taken with a portable flash are of consistent quality! We'll give you an overview of the settings, and we'll go into detail about the accessories that allow you to modulate the light.




Date : Sunday June 7, 2020
Time : 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Price : $75

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[FRENCH] Lightroom Books : How to create your photo book

By Jean-François Landry

 

Here we offer you a complete tour of the book creation interface, from the selection of the format to the final export of the book. Adding text, double-page images, first and back covers, it's all there. We will also talk about the aesthetic side of a book: how to make a book look good visually, graphically speaking. And all this, in just two short hours. Come and join us!




Date : Sunday June 7, 2020
Time : 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Price : $20

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[FRENCH] Advanced Landscape Photography techniques and the creation of composites

By Catherine Simard

 

In this webinar, Catherine will cover in depth some landscape photography techniques including, among others, panoramas, focus stacking, focal length blending and composite creation in addition to talking about her post-production process.




Date : Wednesday June 10, 2020
Time : 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Price : $75

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[FRENCH] Create travel photos that stand out

By Jean-François Landry

 

We make magnificent journeys, we rave about dreamlike landscapes, but the images we bring back are far from doing them justice. Images without life, without volume, with sadly dull colours, overexposed or underexposed, framed in haste. Let us give you a hand with a lot of little tricks, very efficient, no matter what trips you make... and no matter what camera you use!




Date : Thursday June 11, 2020
Time : 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Price : $75

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[FRENCH] Mastering the manual mode (1/2) : the basics

By A.J. Gentile

 

This course takes the time to demystify shutter speed, aperture and ISO sensitivity; in addition to controlling the entry of light, these three elements have a huge influence on the image! We will introduce the notion of exposure and how to correct it, and finally we will use the [P] Program mode, a perfectly controlled automatic mode.




Date : Friday June 12, 2020
Time : 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Price : $75

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[FRENCH] Lightroom Library : database organisation

By Jean-François Landry

 

Adobe Lightroom is like a digital darkroom, allowing you to organize, view, select, process and convert your images!

Main topics covered :

- The organization of the database

- Importing

- The logic of the catalogue




Date : Saturday June 13, 2020
Time : 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Price : $75

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[FRENCH] Lightroom Library : Keywords, collections, selection tools and backup

By Jean-François Landry

 

Here we will discuss keywords and collections, and explain how to perform complex searches using Lightroom Classic. We will also describe two tools that help simplify a selection: "Comparison" and "Ensemble". We will end the training by explaining what a secure backup of the catalogue and image bank is.




Date : Sunday June 14, 2020
Time : 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Price : $75

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[FRENCH] Lightroom Development : Lens corrections and basic settings

By Jean-François Landry

 

In the [Development] module of Adobe Lightroom software, the "Basic Settings" panel determines the final "look" of your images. So you need to understand each of these tools, what they change, and what the limits are. We will also discuss "lens corrections," the first adjustment you need to make before you begin "post-processing.