Photography Tutorial 1 (Fundamentals)

Photography Tutorial 1  (Fundamentals)

A brief rambling explaining the three fundamentals of photography. APERTURE, SHUTTER SPEED and ISO or FILM SPEED. This is the first of a planned series of video tutorials about photography….


I have posted many more videos as well as created a DVD of my “Photography Tutorial” Series and I am working on even more videos.


This is an extremely informative learning tool created by 10 year photographer Robert Vasquez out of Southern California. Robert is an EXTREMELY CANDID, ENTERTAINING and most importantly EFFECTIVE teacher. Gain years of knowledge and expand on your art by ordering MASTERY OF PHOTOGRAPHY ESSENTIALS

SUBSCRIBE if you would like to be updated when I create a new video to get the most from my madness.


P.S. Please thumbs up this video if you learned anything from it =o)




Great job buddy !!

delong182 says:

Hey dude. This was a great explanation. Could you help on lens choice please. I'm wanting to do car photography (not-moving)
What lens do you recommend I get 1st. I have an 18-55mm f3.5-5.6.
Thanks in advance bud

This is the only video I've seen that really answers my questions about the basics of photography.
Thanks for the video man, keep us posted for more!

Peace yow!

Allen Bealle says:

Thanks …my first understanding of how it works…

JuliaDream says:

Great video, very informative and personable. Subscribed

May172552 says:

Thank you for your tutorials. You're a godsend!!!!!!!!

Thanks, your photography tutorials are the best I have come across

Dor Hillel says:

Great lesson. Thank you very much bro!

Ram Patil says:

cut ur beard and hair..
just kiddin…. very informative and nice video.. answers qt a lot of my doubts.. cheers !!

BrickHead says:

it was really helpfull thanx for video=)

Mark Dacquel says:

I'm planning to buy a new dslr. But my problem is that what brand I will choose. I'm just 19 years old and a beginner but I love photography all of my life. Can you suggest what brand and model of a dslr can you prefer to use? Grazie mille! 

love your videos. any suggestions on any books to read for reference?

really clear explaination! Thanks

just subbed ill watch all ur vids and hope to learn a lot nice vid.

I like the simplicity of your video. It's nice being a beginner and actually understanding.

Ninad Desai says:

awesome … awesome ….i loved your style. u made it sooo simple. just subbed

hi thanks for your class i got a lot things from your you tube class. i have one question? i had canon 600D, some time i want take pictures that time it shows red squire, what does means? could i have answers about you?

Hey buddy Robert. I started photography with your tutorials. I was zero knowledge when i came across your videos. And now every time I teach a newbie, i always send them to these fundamentals of yours first before i meet them. Now you can see my improvements on my instagram. find vmportraitNretouching. Thank you.

The reason you caught me with your video is, you're not boring. and you're explanations are easy to understand. Not so technical.

Nikhil Mehta says:

What is the ideal exposure time for indoor and outdoor photography???
The ideal iso also????

So here I am again, 6 years since I picked up my first DSLR and stumbled across your vids. Why again? I finally upgraded to an EOS 7D Mk 2 and it was a big step forward. Its been a long and beautiful journey so far and I have to thank you for teaching me the fundamentals.

No fuss, no drama, just pure basics. Like Juan said earlier, I send all newbies onto here to see this video when they first think about picking up a camera and/or are confused with brands, f stops, apertures and all 🙂 We've all been there 🙂 Keep up the good work bud and hope to see some more interesting videos from you soon :)

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