2 DVDs on Landscape Photography – Join landscape and wildlife photographer Moose Peterson as he gets his first chance to shoot the beauty of scenic landmarks. Moose talks about his preferences for camera gear and how he composes landscape shots.
He shares some tips for predicting what the weather is going to do, and goes through the entire workflow for creating a time lapse video to share the experience of a changing landscape. Follow Moose as he photographs one of the most impressive landscapes in America. Complete details and list of tutorials on next page.
Landscape Photography – Ground Work
Taking the wonder our eyes see and mind and heart records and translating that to a single click of the shutter requires a lot more than just being there.
Lesson 01 Introduction (5:29)
Lesson 02 Fisheye Lenses (2:55)
Lesson 03 Ultra Wide Lenses (4:31)
Lesson 04 Mid Range Zoom Lenses (4:21)
Lesson 05 Telephoto Zoom Lenses (0:39)
Lesson 06 Telephoto Lenses (1:00)
Lesson 07 Forest Stream – Applying Lens Knowledge (8:29)
Lesson 08 Forest Stream – Applying the Polarizer (4:21)
Lesson 09 Forest Scene with the Fisheye (2:38)
Lesson 10 Finishing Lesson – Images From the Lake (11:03)
Lesson 11 Finishing Lesson – Fisheye Pano (4:08)
Lesson 12 Finishing Lesson – Bringing the Water Out of the Creek (4:22)
Lesson 13 Conclusion (1:59)
Landscape Photography – Part 2
Using knowledge of light and sharpness, we compose by throwing out conventional wisdom and taking our landscape photography to a new level.
Lesson 01 Introduction and Composition (11:08)
Lesson 02 Discussing Depth of Field (4:33)
Lesson 03 Working with Depth of Field (2:56)
Lesson 04 Applying What You Have Learned (5:32)
Lesson 05 Working with Dynamic Light (2:55)
Lesson 06 Blinkies (3:38)
Lesson 07 The Ultra Wide Pano (4:35)
Lesson 08 Retouching Your Photos (9:03)
Lesson 09 Removing Color Cast (6:23)
Lesson 10 Assembling the Ultra Wide Pano (3:43)
Lesson 11 Fisheye Pano (2:53)
Lesson 12 8 Stop Image (5:47)
Lesson 13 Conclusion (2:05)