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Description

Showcases my narration capabilities in an eLearning environment.

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)

Accents

North American

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
Hey there. Welcome to the Windsor Online Institute for Commercial Photography. We're glad to see you've taken an interest in commercial photography and could join us to learn more about it. We've been instructing students since 2014 and offer full accreditation in our courses formulated with a practical approach in mind. This course was developed to help you learn the basics of commercial photography and to impart an introductory knowledge of how to apply it. Throughout this introductory module, you'll learn about the basics of lighting, the type of equipment you'll need, and finally, how to use that equipment in order to control your subject lighting, it should take about 25 minutes at the end. You'll be tested on your knowledge before you can proceed to the next module in the series. This online course was produced as part of a series by the Windsor Online Institute for Commercial Photography. To make learning about photography simple and fun. By the end of the first volume, you should have a comprehensive understanding of how to incorporate the basics of commercial photography into your existing skill set and apply it practically. This module has been broken into three parts. Take your time with each component as you will be tested at the end to validate your attention of the subject matter. There is no time limit for this course. So, if you want to review any of the content, you're welcome to toggle back and forth through the various slides and program elements to re examine them. Part A of this module will seek to explore the basics of lighting for commercial photography and part B will go over the different types of lighting equipment needed for a studio set up. Finally, part C will cover how to actually use this equipment to control your lighting for a commercial shoot. This section measures the ability to recognize language that is appropriate for standard written english. There are two types of questions in this section. In the first type of question, there are incomplete sentences beneath each sentence, there are four words or phrases. You will choose the one word or phrase that best completes the sentence. You will be allowed one hour to complete all three sections of this test. There are 40 questions in this practice test. Each question carries one point.