How create a perfect exposure using aperture, shutter speed, and ISO
Simply Stunning Landscapes
About the course
Do you want to capture stunning landscapes every time you shoot?
The problem with great landscape photography is that it’s unpredictable. And it requires a lot of planning.
You can’t just turn up to shoot. You have to do location scouting, as well as check for the weather and time of day.
And if you’re lucky, everything will align for perfect shooting conditions.
It’s frustrating when you see a landscape that looks stunning in person… but flat and boring in your photographs.
That’s why I make my own ‘luck’. I’ve developed a five-step process to capture stunning landscapes every time I shoot.
It covers location scouting, weather, time of day, composition and camera settings. And I’ve outlined the process in my course “Simply Stunning Landscapes”.
In this course you will discover:
- Why most photos fall flat… and how to make your compositions great
- How to use Google Maps and Instagram to find great locations close to home
- The exact process I use 98% of the time – make good shots foolproof!
Thousands of students have already taken my advice to capture these photos:
The truth is… you don’t need to travel hundreds of miles to capture great photos.
You can capture stunning images close to home… all you need is the right process.
And that’s what I promise to give you with “Simply Stunning Landscapes”.
Our simple 5-step process guarantees results. It’s the fastest and most effective way to capture stunning landscapes!
So if you don’t want your landscape shots to fall short of the beauty of the scene…
Transform your landscape photography today!
- Misc Accessories
- Depth of Field
- Shutter Speed
- Exposure Triangle
- White Balance
- Metering Modes
- Image Quality
- How to Do Location Scouting from Home
- Location Scouting: Weather, Time of Day, Revisiting
- Shooting Sunrise
- Shooting Sunset
- Wide vs Telephoto Shots
- Lakes and Reflections
- Long Exposure
- Aerial Landscape Photography / Drone
- Rule of Thirds
- Leading Lines
- Dynamic Tension
- Horizon Placement
- Balance and Visual Weight
- Golden Triangles
- Foreground Interest and Depth
- Church at Jamnik
- Lake Bled
- Pericnic Waterfall
- Versic Pass
- Camera Choice
- Lens Choice
- Cable Release
- Tripod Head
- Camera Settings
- RAW and Camera Settings
- Manual Focus
- Panorama vs Single Photo
- Suitable Scenes
- Camera Placement on the focal Plane
- Portrait vs Landscape
- Overlap Percentage
- Shooting Mode
- In app vs LR
- Processing Panos
- Lightroom Processing
- Boundary Wrap
- Tiny Planet
- Sell Your Art
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