Say good bye to winter, and say goodbye to the old OPG LIVE – we return in May with a new, improved format to welcome the coming of spring! In this episode, pro nature photographer Ian Plant shares some of his secrets for making compelling spring photographs. And, as always, he will be answering the best viewer questions about the art and craft of photography. You’re going to love the new look of OPG LIVE, so please join us for this exciting event!
Find Ian’s eBook Focusing for Landscape Photography here!
What gear do you use? What camera? What’s in your 20lbs of camera gear? You might have already said but I just started watching
Hi Ian. I was wondering if you worry about wild animals while you are out shooting in the mountains, Forrests etc. and what do you do to ensure your safety? Thanks for putting out this live webinar so that we may all learn first hand 🙂
Looking forward to this live webinar.
Hello Ian! Do you use filters on a regular basis. If so, what type?
Thank you Ian. I’ve learned a lot from you and other photographers associated with OPG. Keep up the good work!
Where do you focus when trying to get near and far subjects in a photos with ratio of f11 or higher such as the trillium or
the green leaves and trees
Please share some about filters. Particularly polarizer on wide angle problems.
With the new Sony mirrorless cameras coming out with a better and better and more advance features every year would you consider migrating to mirrorless? technology?
Lots of good tips!
First time joining so please excuse “newbie” question. Best overall outdoor lens for wildlife (birds in particular). I have Canon 7D Mark II.
Could you explain the metrics used in photos: ss, aperture, f-stop , lens, polarizer, where yu focused etc. Thank much. Very interesting videos
Hi there, do you know where I can get a nice logo for my pics that will not break the bank?
Hi Ian, how do you prepare for, and deal with, different regulations, like where you’re allowed to go in different national parks (such as walking in river streams, going off trail, and such), and knowing whether you need permits at all?
What aperture did you use on the trillium to get the total photo in focus?
When shooting while standing in a river or stream, do you have any recommendations for keeping your camera dry? Do you use any waterproof equipment?
How did you manage the backlit photo of the rainforest using a digital camera? Is it HDR? Otherwise, the contrast is so great, it must have been difficult to catch the range of light.
Hi Ian! We get a lot of rain in the spring. Wondering if you have any best practices for capturing landscape shots when there is moderate to heavy rain. Thanks!
interested in hearing what Ian talks about. Thanks
Looking forward to it….
I can’t wait!!!!
Love Spring. Looking for new ways to capture it!
Sounds interesting. Can’t wait
How to avoid the cliché “flower picture” this spring?
I can’t wait to watch!
Looking forward to the webinar
Looking forward to joining in
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