Advanced Fujifilm Drive Modes

Unlock your Fujifilm X/GFX's potential by learning how and when to use the advanced drive modes, including AE BKT, White Balance BKT, Focus Bracket, HDR, and more.

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Unlock the full potential of your Fujifilm X/GFX

We'll answer these questions and more in this Fujifilm Advanced Drive Modes course.

What is Multiple Exposure mode and what are all those blending options?

How do you set up Auto Exposure bracketing?

How do you use Focus Bracket and create a focus stack to get sharper photos?

How do you create a time-lapse movie with Fujifilm cameras?

What you'll learn in the Advanced Drive Modes course

When, why, and how to use:

Auto Exposure Bracket (AE BKT)

High Dynamic Range (HDR)

Dynamic Range (DR) Bracket

Film Simulation Bracket

White Balance Bracket

ISO Bracket

Multiple Exposure Mode

Panorama

Focus Bracket and focus stacking

Interval Timer Shooting and movie creation

What's included in this course?

This isn't just a collection of videos!

13 videos

13 short videos will walk you through all drive modes. Each video is accompanied by a text outline.

Quizzes and challenges

Five quizzes and Drive Mode Challenges will reinforce what you learn in this course.

Community support

This course will give you access to the Fujifilm Member Community, where you can participate in monthly photo challenges, get photo feedback, and more. Real-time instructor LiveChat also available.

Learn the settings for all drive modes

Focus stacking for great depth of field

Set the proper intervals for a smooth time-lapse

Course curriculum



    1. About this Course

      FREE PREVIEW
    2. Virtual Classroom Orientation

    1. Film Simulation Bracket

    2. White Balance Bracket

    3. ISO Bracket

    4. Quiz: Film Sim, WB, ISO BKT

    1. Multiple Exposure Mode

    2. Panoramas

    3. Quiz: Multiple Exposures & Panoramas

    1. When & Why Use Focus Bracketing?

    2. Focus Bracketing Setup & Use

    3. Creating a Focus Stack

    4. Quiz: Focus Bracket

    1. Interval Timer Shooting

    2. Quiz: Interval Timer Shooting

    3. BONUS: Creating a Time-Lapse Movie

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  • $59.00
  • 23 lessons
  • Skill level: Intermediate

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If you purchase this course by itself then you'll have lifetime access to this course - and no others. If you sign up for the membership, you get access to this full course and all other Fujifilm & photography courses in this library for as long as you're a member. You can cancel at any time without penalty.

The course includes 12 videos that, in total, are approximately 2 hours.

At this time, you must have an Internet connection to watch the videos and access the course modules. However, there is a PDF download at the end of the course that contains all of the information given in this course, so you may have a reference for offline use.

If you purchase this course alone, then you'll have access forever and can come back whenever you want. If you're enrolled in this course as part of the Fujifilm Course Membership, you'll have access for as long as you're a member.

I encourage you to try out the free previews before purchase. Full refunds may be issued within 30 days of purchase, and only if 50% or less of the course content has been accessed. Partial refunds may be issued if more of the course has been accessed.