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  • 2:55

    In this video, professional photographer Ian Plant travels to Greenland with the new Tamron 35 150mm lens to photograph icebergs. He uses the 35-150mm’s extensive zoom range to switch between telephoto shots of more distant icebergs and wide-angle perspectives when he gets closer.

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  • 9:05

    As outdoor photographers, we have unique mediums we use to create our works of art. While painters have paint and brushes, we use photography equipment to manipulate and use light and time. Great light is what we search for, however, there can be more to an outdoor scene than great light if we think critically

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  • 7:33

    Picture this: you step into an outdoor scene to photograph a pristine landscape, but you can only fit about half of what you want into the frame. You probably think, “I wish I could compose a high quality, epic shot to get everything I can see into one photo!” That’s where panoramas come into play

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    What is the first thing you are tempted to do when you are outside and it starts to rain? Most people would answer that they would make a mad dash to their car and go back home! Not us. We are outdoor photographers and there is actually a lot of photography potential when rain starts

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  • 0:49

    In this course, designed for photographers who have beginner to intermediate experience with waterfalls, David Johnston, professional landscape photographer, will show you how to photograph waterfalls based on his experience shooting some of the most pristine waterfalls in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. David will discuss some of the essential gear for waterfall photography, including

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  • 5:09

    Waterfall photography is dependent on one thing; weather. Aside from your photography composition, weather is the one thing that can make or break a waterfall image. It’s of the utmost importance to choose the correct times to shoot waterfalls during the day based on what your conditions are. If there’s one mistake that I see

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    To photograph songbirds, you need to understand their behavior. In this video series , professional bird photographers Doug Gardner and Gary Carter hunker down in Gary’s North Carolina bird sanctuary and show you how they go about capturing images of cardinals, woodpeckers, pine warblers, woodpeckers, bluebirds, and more in this beautiful environment for songbirds. Gary

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  • 5:59

    In this video, professional bird photographers Doug Gardner and Gary Carter give you tips on how to create a man-made environment to photograph songbirds. Gary shows you how he created this natural-looking environment on his own property. For their ideal territory, birds need food, water, and habitat. In a wooded setting, Gary built a pond

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  • 5:12

    When you photograph songbirds from a blind, this question usually arises. Should you use flashes? In this video, professional bird photographers Doug Gardner and Gary Carter show you how they use flash units. To open up the shadow areas, Gary uses his flash often, but he dials it down to minus two or minus three.

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Travel PhotographyShow More

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    Visual artistry in contemporary photography involves creative images enhanced through editing software. In this photography tutorial series, professional photographer and editor Tony Sweet takes you to Charleston, South Carolina for some amazing visual artistry. You will visit the tree boneyard on Edisto Island, street scenes in historic downtown Charleston, the woods in Battery Park, the

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  • 13:18

    The long exposure technique can yield a memorable photograph, especially when flowing waters are included in the frame. In this video, professional photographer and editor Tony Sweet takes you to Edisto Island along the South Carolina coastline for tips on capturing dramatic images through the long exposure. You will learn how to shoot multi-second exposures,

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  • 19:57

    Shooting in the HDR format requires planning and technique. In this video, professional photographer and editor Tony Sweet sets up on the beach of South Carolina’s Edisto Island and guides you through the process of shooting an HDR photograph, which allows you capture the complete dynamic range of an image that can’t be achieved with

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Street PhotographyShow More

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    Ruins provide an endless supply of inspiration for photographers. In this series of videos, pro shooter Kylee Leonetti takes you to industrial wastelands and abandoned farms for tips on capturing creative images in ruins. She takes you to a deserted train depot, a former military base, the outbuildings of a dying farm, and even an

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  • 5:06

    Do you like abandoned photography, shooting old buildings and ruins? In this video, pro photographer Kylee Leonetti gives you tips on where to find the best locations. To get started, Kylee suggests going online and searching for keywords, Abandoned Photography, Urban Explorers, or Shooting Ruins. Next, you will want to drive around with a map

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  • 3:46

    When shooting in ruins, it’s important to know what to bring. In this video, pro photographer Kylee Leonetti will show you the ideal gear package. She suggests bringing a backpack and a shoulder bag for versatility. In your location gear bag, you should carry your camera body and a backup. For camera lenses, Kylee favors

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  • 2:55

    In this video, professional photographer Ian Plant travels to Greenland with the new Tamron 35 150mm lens to photograph icebergs. He uses the 35-150mm’s extensive zoom range to switch between telephoto shots of more distant icebergs and wide-angle perspectives when he gets closer.

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  • 2:51

    What is the first thing you are tempted to do when you are outside and it starts to rain? Most people would answer that they would make a mad dash to their car and go back home! Not us. We are outdoor photographers and there is actually a lot of photography potential when rain starts

    Read more »

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  • 4:01

    Outdoor photographers rely on the planning and capturing of beautiful light and color. Whether that’s traveling the world or visiting a familiar location at sunset, tremendous light and color can turn a good photo into a great photo. It’s interesting how photographers focus so much on the gear that helps capture great color in the

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