Newest VideosShow More

  • 012072f_b2a28u_c-getting-close-with-snow-geese
    1:21

    Travel to Maine’s north woods and a North Carolina wildlife refuge where outdoor photographer Doug Gardner gives you tips on photographing moose, loons, and waterfowl. He shows you how to waterproof your equipment, the use of waders and camouflage, and the importance of tracking and scouting. You will learn the ideal camera settings, metering techniques,… Read more »

    Watch Now >>
  • 012064f_b2a20u_c-capturing-moose-habitat
    12:59

    Photographing moose takes patience and perseverance. In this video, outdoor photographer Doug Gardner takes you to the northern woods of Maine for tips on how to capture these elusive creatures in their natural habitat. You will learn to use camouflage to keep hidden, how to stay upwind to disguise your smell, and how to make… Read more »

    Watch Now >>
  • 012066f_b2a22u_c-photographing-moose-and-loons
    8:24

    Maine’s northern woods provide homes for amazing wildlife including moose and loons. In this video, outdoor photographer Doug Gardner shows you how to photograph these beautiful creatures with a telephoto lens. You will learn how to handle foggy lighting conditions through underexposure, how to meter for water reflections, and when to handhold your camera for… Read more »

    Watch Now >>

LandscapeShow More

  • Ultra-Wide Landscape
    0:54

    How do those great photographers capture magnificent, wide angle landscape images? In this series of videos, professional outdoor photographer, Ian Plant, shows you how he captures unusual landscape images in the South Dakota Badlands and the caves of Lake Superior. You will learn how to shoot from ground level, prevent lens flare, and correct for… Read more »

    Watch Now >>
  • ultra-wide landscape photography
    3:04

    What is your favorite landscape camera lens? In this video on ultra wide angle photography, professional outdoor photographer, Ian Plant, shows you why he is addicted to what he calls “that sweet ultra wide lens.” What exactly is an ultra wide angle lens? By way of example, Ian uses his Canon 11-24mm lens, which corrects… Read more »

    Watch Now >>
  • When to Use an Ultra Wide Angle Lens
    2:03

    When should you use your ultra wide angle lens? In this video, professional outdoor photographer, Ian Plant, demonstrates how this amazing lens works best in distinct situations. Ian explains, “I use this lens for big, dramatic scenes.” For landscapes, he angles low on foregrounds to balance spectacular cloud formations or jagged mountains as backgrounds. If… Read more »

    Watch Now >>

WildlifeShow More

  • 012072f_b2a28u_c-getting-close-with-snow-geese
    1:21

    Travel to Maine’s north woods and a North Carolina wildlife refuge where outdoor photographer Doug Gardner gives you tips on photographing moose, loons, and waterfowl. He shows you how to waterproof your equipment, the use of waders and camouflage, and the importance of tracking and scouting. You will learn the ideal camera settings, metering techniques,… Read more »

    Watch Now >>
  • 012064f_b2a20u_c-capturing-moose-habitat
    12:59

    Photographing moose takes patience and perseverance. In this video, outdoor photographer Doug Gardner takes you to the northern woods of Maine for tips on how to capture these elusive creatures in their natural habitat. You will learn to use camouflage to keep hidden, how to stay upwind to disguise your smell, and how to make… Read more »

    Watch Now >>
  • 012066f_b2a22u_c-photographing-moose-and-loons
    8:24

    Maine’s northern woods provide homes for amazing wildlife including moose and loons. In this video, outdoor photographer Doug Gardner shows you how to photograph these beautiful creatures with a telephoto lens. You will learn how to handle foggy lighting conditions through underexposure, how to meter for water reflections, and when to handhold your camera for… Read more »

    Watch Now >>

Travel PhotographyShow More

  • outdoor photography ideas
    1:32

    If you’ve ever been on a wilderness expedition, you know the unspoiled beauty and the solitude you have while in your canoe, at your campsite, or hiking the trails — and the magnificent photo opportunities. This wilderness photography course will give you the tools you need to capture those great shots, as well as ideas for different perspectives and techniques that can give you an alternate view of your subject.

    Watch Now >>
  • Shooting in and Around Water
    20:19

    Learn some tips for shooting in and around water while on a wilderness photography expedition. Layne Kennedy shares tips for composing interesting shots of water scenes.

    Watch Now >>
  • Things You Might Pass By
    12:15

    When trekking out in the wilderness, it’s always a good idea to stay aware of your surroundings. You never know what interesting subjects you’ll find that you might normally pass by.

    Watch Now >>

Street PhotographyShow More

  • 012866f_b2e25u_c
    0:33

    Street photography is the study of the human condition, relying heavily on making candid photos of people in public places and capturing stories about people and the places they live and gather. But even more than that, street photography involves capturing ephemeral moments when subject matter, mood, composition, and light come together to create a… Read more »

    Watch Now >>
  • Street Photography Equipment
    2:34

    What kind of gear do you need for street photography? In this video, professional photographer, Ian Plant, shows you the street photography equipment he takes along to capture memorable images. Ian says that almost any kind of camera will work, but he prefers his DSLR full frame. He recommends carrying three or four lenses, a… Read more »

    Watch Now >>
  • 012869f_b2e28u_c
    3:43

    When photographing people and things, there are certain rights and responsibilities to keep in mind. In this video, professional photographer, Ian Plant, covers the rules of shooting on the streets. He explains, “In the United States, you have a constitutionally protected right to take photographs in public places.” What about candids of people? If your… Read more »

    Watch Now >>

Free VideosShow More

  • 012072f_b2a28u_c-getting-close-with-snow-geese
    1:21

    Travel to Maine’s north woods and a North Carolina wildlife refuge where outdoor photographer Doug Gardner gives you tips on photographing moose, loons, and waterfowl. He shows you how to waterproof your equipment, the use of waders and camouflage, and the importance of tracking and scouting. You will learn the ideal camera settings, metering techniques,… Read more »

    Watch Now >>
  • opg-011953f_b2965u_c-canon-200-400mm-lens-review
    7:54

    Do you have a favorite lens? In this free video, professional outdoor photographer, Ian Plant, shows you why the Canon 200-400mm lens acts as his go-to lens for wildlife photography. Ian explains how the Canon 200-400mm zoom telephoto provides instant flexibility for shooting wild animals on the move or birds in flight. The lens features… Read more »

    Watch Now >>
  • opg-011953f_b2965u_c-canon-11-24mm-lens-review
    6:29

    What is your favorite camera lens? In this free video, professional outdoor photographer, Ian Plant, shows you why the Canon 11-24mm lens has changed the way he approaches photography. What makes this lens special is the extreme, wide angle perspective at 11mm. It works best when you are photographing landscapes and need dramatic foregrounds and… Read more »

    Watch Now >>