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Welcome to my online photography lessons!

First of all, you may want to watch the short introduction and find out about the lessons on offer:

How do the tabs work?

My Videos is a list of all the free (promotional) lessons plus any lessons that you have purchased in the past.

Features is a list that I create that will show new lessons or popular lessons.

All Videos as it suggests, shows all the lessons (videos) that are available. These are then broken up in to different categories. Promotional is a list of all the free lessons. Photography are photography related lessons that need to be purchased. In the future, there will be Photoshop and Lightroom videos.

Series. This is a series of lessons that consist of two or more related lessons that have been bundled together at a reduced price.

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When you play a video you will notice that there is a "View High Quality" link below each player. Clicking on this link will open a new window. It takes a few seconds for the video to load when using this player. Please don't worry if you have a black screen. Just wait and it will start. If you do have problems, then close the new window and watch the embedded player on my website.

Introducing Video Workshops
A brief introduction to the new Richard Berry Video Workshops.
(01:32)

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Composition
Composition is a very important but often overlooked element in photography. This video will give you some great ideas to help you create beautiful photographs that will impress your friends and family.
(16:18)

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Accessories for your Camera
An overview of the accessories for your camera and what they are used for.
(7:20)

Play

Understanding Exposure
Learn about exposure modes, exposure compensation light meters and how to use histograms in this very informative video about exposure.
(10:38)

Play

Tips for buying and using tripods
Are you interested in buying a new tripod and don't know where to start? This free video looks at tripod legs, heads and accessories such as L plates.
(9:14)

Play

Landscape Photography (part 1)
In this video you will learn about polarizing filters, how to create 'silky' or blurry water. Different techniques on how to get a slow shutter speed and tips on improving landscape compositions.
(16:20)

Play

Landscape Photography (part 2)
The second video in the landscape photography series looks at how to use graduated neutral density filters. The video also looks at typical focusing problems with landscape photography and how to overcome those problems. Remote releases, using a tripod and mirror up mode are also covered.
(18:28)

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How a camera works
This video explains aperture and shutter speed and explains how they interact. The video also looks at the difference between fast and slow shutter speeds and explains depth of field.
(5:22)

Play

Photographing Moving Subjects
This video looks at focusing, camera shake, vibration reduction and image stabilization. It also teaches techniques such as panning.
(10:35)

Play

Using Nikon Flash
This video looks at using Nikon flash units. It shows the advantages of bounce flash versus direct flash. The video also looks at how to use a Nikon flash remotely.
(12:49)

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Using Canon flash
This video looks at using Canon flash units. It shows the advantages of bounce flash versus direct flash. The video also looks at how to use a Canon flash remotely.
(10:33)

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Nikon dSLR settings part 2
This free video looks at how to adjust common settings on Nikon SLRs that have two dials. These include: D90, D200, D300,D700, D7000 D2 and D3 series. If you are not certain what these settings mean, then please watch my 'Take Better Photographs' video series which teaches you how a camera works and how to use your camera creatively.
(16:12)

Play

Beyond Basic Settings
The third video in the 'Take Better Photographs' series looks at white balance, the difference between RAW and JPEG files and using fill flash.
(11:03)

Play

Compact camera settings
Learn how to change the common settings on two popular compact cameras. This video covers changing white balance, exposure compensation, zooming while in playback mode and using flash. If you are not certain what these settings mean, then please watch my 'Take Better Photographs' video series which teaches you how a camera works and how to use your camera creatively.
(8:42)

Play

Nikon dSLR settings part 1
This free video looks at how to adjust common settings on Nikon digital SLRs that have one control dial. These include: D40, D50, D60, D3000, D3001, D5000, D5001. If you are not certain what these settings mean, then please watch my 'Take Better Photographs' video series which teaches you how a camera works and how to use your camera creatively.
(12:36)

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Canon dSLR settings part 1
This free video looks at how to adjust common settings on Canon Rebel SLRs that have one control dial. These include: Canon Rebel series: XT/XTi/XSi/T1i/T2i/T3i/XS/T3 Canon 350D/400D/450D/500D/550D/600D/1000D/1100D Canon Kiss Digital SLRs If you are not certain what these settings mean, then please watch my 'Take Better Photographs' video series which teaches you how a camera works and how to use your camera creatively.
(11:51)

Play

Canon dSLR settings part 2
This free video looks at how to adjust common settings on Canon SLRs that have two control dials. These include: Canon 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, 60D. Canon 5D, 5D Mark II, 7D. Canon 1D series. If you are not certain what these settings mean, then please watch my 'Take Better Photographs' video series which teaches you how a camera works and how to use your camera creatively.
(8:10)

Play

Choosing a digital camera
Interested in buying a camera? Then watch this video. It looks at the advantages and disadvantages of different styles of digital cameras and explains why the physical size of a sensor is more important than the number of megapixels.....
(17:17)

Play

We're going on a lion hunt
A fun video about looking for lions in Botswana. "Based on we're going on a bear hunt"
(1:30)

Play

Introducing Video Workshops
A brief introduction to the new Richard Berry Video Workshops.
(01:32)

Play

Landscape Photography (part 1)
In this video you will learn about polarizing filters, how to create 'silky' or blurry water. Different techniques on how to get a slow shutter speed and tips on improving landscape compositions.
(16:20)

Play

How a camera works
This video explains aperture and shutter speed and explains how they interact. The video also looks at the difference between fast and slow shutter speeds and explains depth of field.
(5:22)

Play

Using Nikon Flash
This video looks at using Nikon flash units. It shows the advantages of bounce flash versus direct flash. The video also looks at how to use a Nikon flash remotely.
(12:49)

Play

Using Canon flash
This video looks at using Canon flash units. It shows the advantages of bounce flash versus direct flash. The video also looks at how to use a Canon flash remotely.
(10:33)

Play

Choosing a digital camera
Interested in buying a camera? Then watch this video. It looks at the advantages and disadvantages of different styles of digital cameras and explains why the physical size of a sensor is more important than the number of megapixels.....
(17:17)

Play

Promotional »

Introducing Video Workshops
A brief introduction to the new Richard Berry Video Workshops.
(01:32)

Play

Accessories for your Camera
An overview of the accessories for your camera and what they are used for.
(7:20)

Play

Tips for buying and using tripods
Are you interested in buying a new tripod and don't know where to start? This free video looks at tripod legs, heads and accessories such as L plates.
(9:14)

Play

Photographing Moving Subjects
This video looks at focusing, camera shake, vibration reduction and image stabilization. It also teaches techniques such as panning.
(10:35)

Play

Nikon dSLR settings part 2
This free video looks at how to adjust common settings on Nikon SLRs that have two dials. These include: D90, D200, D300,D700, D7000 D2 and D3 series. If you are not certain what these settings mean, then please watch my 'Take Better Photographs' video series which teaches you how a camera works and how to use your camera creatively.
(16:12)

Play

Compact camera settings
Learn how to change the common settings on two popular compact cameras. This video covers changing white balance, exposure compensation, zooming while in playback mode and using flash. If you are not certain what these settings mean, then please watch my 'Take Better Photographs' video series which teaches you how a camera works and how to use your camera creatively.
(8:42)

Play

Nikon dSLR settings part 1
This free video looks at how to adjust common settings on Nikon digital SLRs that have one control dial. These include: D40, D50, D60, D3000, D3001, D5000, D5001. If you are not certain what these settings mean, then please watch my 'Take Better Photographs' video series which teaches you how a camera works and how to use your camera creatively.
(12:36)

Play

Canon dSLR settings part 1
This free video looks at how to adjust common settings on Canon Rebel SLRs that have one control dial. These include: Canon Rebel series: XT/XTi/XSi/T1i/T2i/T3i/XS/T3 Canon 350D/400D/450D/500D/550D/600D/1000D/1100D Canon Kiss Digital SLRs If you are not certain what these settings mean, then please watch my 'Take Better Photographs' video series which teaches you how a camera works and how to use your camera creatively.
(11:51)

Play

Canon dSLR settings part 2
This free video looks at how to adjust common settings on Canon SLRs that have two control dials. These include: Canon 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, 60D. Canon 5D, 5D Mark II, 7D. Canon 1D series. If you are not certain what these settings mean, then please watch my 'Take Better Photographs' video series which teaches you how a camera works and how to use your camera creatively.
(8:10)

Play

Choosing a digital camera
Interested in buying a camera? Then watch this video. It looks at the advantages and disadvantages of different styles of digital cameras and explains why the physical size of a sensor is more important than the number of megapixels.....
(17:17)

Play

We're going on a lion hunt
A fun video about looking for lions in Botswana. "Based on we're going on a bear hunt"
(1:30)

Play

Photography »

Composition
Composition is a very important but often overlooked element in photography. This video will give you some great ideas to help you create beautiful photographs that will impress your friends and family.
(16:18)

Play

Beyond Basic Settings
The third video in the 'Take Better Photographs' series looks at white balance, the difference between RAW and JPEG files and using fill flash.
(11:03)

Play

Understanding Exposure
Learn about exposure modes, exposure compensation light meters and how to use histograms in this very informative video about exposure.
(10:38)

Play

Landscape Photography (part 1)
In this video you will learn about polarizing filters, how to create 'silky' or blurry water. Different techniques on how to get a slow shutter speed and tips on improving landscape compositions.
(16:20)

Play

Landscape Photography (part 2)
The second video in the landscape photography series looks at how to use graduated neutral density filters. The video also looks at typical focusing problems with landscape photography and how to overcome those problems. Remote releases, using a tripod and mirror up mode are also covered.
(18:28)

Play

How a camera works
This video explains aperture and shutter speed and explains how they interact. The video also looks at the difference between fast and slow shutter speeds and explains depth of field.
(5:22)

Play

Using Nikon Flash
This video looks at using Nikon flash units. It shows the advantages of bounce flash versus direct flash. The video also looks at how to use a Nikon flash remotely.
(12:49)

Play

Using Canon flash
This video looks at using Canon flash units. It shows the advantages of bounce flash versus direct flash. The video also looks at how to use a Canon flash remotely.
(10:33)

Play

Landscape Photography video series
This series consists of two videos that offer tips on using polarizing and neutral density filters that are useful for landscape photography. You will also learn about improving your landscape compositions, focusing landscape photographs and other great tips.

$25.00

Play

Take Better Photographs video series
This video series consists of five videos that cover everything from how your camera works to composition. The lessons apply to all cameras. By the end of the series you will have the technical and artistic skills to take stunning photographs!

$50.00

Play