LensLegacyStudio Online Photography Courses

The School of Photography

This is the time for the development
improvement of knowledge in the field of photography. &
improve yourself

LensLegacyStudio The Photography courses provides the coursework—including beautifully produced videos, narrated slideshows, digital documents, interviews with experts, LensLegacyStudio livestreams and more. As you complete assignments, you simply upload your work to the Photographies courses custom-designed Learning Management System where it’s shared with your class, and your instructor can leave visual markups, video, written and recorded feedback. Let us lead you to the top


After you become a member of LensLegacyStudio, you will discuss your hobbies, experiences and skills with your teacher.


Teachers with vast experience in LensLegacyStudio photography and design will help you solve any problem.


LensLegacyStudio has been creating experienced photographers for many years.


any of these types of Photography Genres our teachers are specialized in:

  • Travel Photography
  • Wedding Photography
  • Portrait Photography
  • Landscape Photography
  • Wildlife Photography
  • Film Photography
  • Sports Photography


What are megapixels?

Simply put, megapixels equal one million pixels. Too simple? Megapixels are tiny, little squares that make up an image. More pixels means more squares filling up the entire photo. Many camera manufacturers out there will try to sell you cameras based on the number of megapixels, but it’s actually not the most important factor. There a few tips you can follow to decide how many megapixels you really need. For instance, if you are wanting to print out a 4 x 6 photo, you simply multiply the width and height by 300. This would equal to 1200 x 1800. Then, you multiply the width and height together and divide it by a million. 1200 x 1800 = 2,160,000. 2,160,000/1,000,000 = 2.16 Megapixels. And there you have it–you would only need 2.16 megapixels to print out a 4 x 6 photo! Nowadays, most of the photos are being posted online so there is less of a need for super high megapixel cameras.

What are the basic rules for macro photography?

RAW vs JPEG? This is one of the most asked questions in the photography community. RAW is a large, uncompressed flat file that contains all of the image data captured by the sensor before any post-processing is applied. RAW files are also a significantly larger size than JPEG because they contain all the image information from the sensor. JPEG files are processed right within the camera. While color temperature and exposure are set based on your camera settings when the image is shot, the camera will also process the image then render the file to a compressed JPEG. Both have their advantages and disadvantages depending on your needs.

What is the difference between manual and auto mode?

Manual mode on a digital camera means you are in control of all the settings–this includes shutter speed, ISO, aperture, white balance, and even flash power. Manual mode is all on you, and it takes a great deal of practice and experience to shoot manually. You will have to study and learn how each setting works independently and together. Auto mode is, of course, automatic. The camera will automatically adjust the optimal exposure for your image. Choosing which mode to use depends on what, where, and how you’re shooting. As a general rule, you’ll want to use manual mode if you want to keep the exposure the same (this is helpful for post editing). You will have much more control in manual mode, but it also requires knowledge and practice. Auto mode is great if you are on the go and you shoot street photography. If capturing the moment quickly is your line of work, then auto mode may be a better one to use since there is very little time to manually adjust the settings in an organic shot.

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Courses price and Information

  • First Step
  • $55
  • Build a solid foundation within areas such as Art
  • Design & Cultural Studies, Lighting Design
  • Design Foundations and Cinematography
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  • Second Step
  • $110
  • Progress and dive deeper into exciting topics including Digital & Analog techniques
  • Aesthetics and Ethics
  • Photography as Narrative
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  • Third Step
  • $135
    Per Month
  • The Wedding Photography course
  • A Crash Course in Photographic Composition from Skillshare
  • Portrait Photography Bootcamp
  • Online Support
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