Sentinel-2 carries an innovative wide swath high-resolution multispectral imager with 13 spectral bands for a new perspective of our land and vegetation. The mission is based on a constellation of two identical satellites in the same orbit, 180° apart for optimal coverage and data delivery. Together they cover all Earth’s land surfaces, large islands, inland and coastal waters every five days at the equator (source ESA).
This is a group of videos called "Working with Sentinel 2 Imagery on QGIS" that shows the complete procedure to download, represent and process Sentinel 2 images in QGIS.
This is the list of video tutorials:
How to Download ESA Sentinel 2 Satellite Images
This tutorial show the procedure to download images of ESA Sentinel 2 from the website: https://scihub.copernicus.eu/
How to Download Specific Granules from ESA Sentinel 2 Images
This tutorial show the procedure to download especific granules from a ESA Sentinel 2 Image using the website: https://scihub.copernicus.eu/
How many Spectral Bands have the Sentinel 2 Images?
This is a video with a deeper explanation on the band distribution
How to represent Sentinel 2 Bands in a True Color Image with QGIS
This tutorial show the procedure represent the bands of a Sentinel 2 Granule (Image) in QGIS. The representation of the image is True Color (Red, Green and Blue)
How to represent Sentinel 2 Bands in a False Color Image with QGIS
False color images are used to enhance certain cover types as vegetation on the image representation. This tutorial show the procedure represent the bands of a False Color image from Sentinel 2 bands in QGIS.
How to calculate the NDVI Index from a Sentinel 2 Image
This tutorial show the prodecure to calculate the NDVI from Sentinel 2 bands on QGIS.
How to cut a Raster File on QGIS - Example on a NDVI Layer
This tutorial show the procedure to cut a NDVI Raster File calculated from a Sentinel 2 Granule on QGIS.
How to create contours from a Raster File - Example on a NDVI Layer
This tutorial show the procedure to create contours from a raster file considering interval definition. The example is made from a NDVI raster file.