Shooting Beautiful Landscapes 4-DVD Set


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4-DVD Set: Shooting Beautiful Landscapes

Landscape photographs are popular. Some are ordinary, some amazing. In this set of DVD’s, professional photographers, Ian Plant and Layne Kennedy, will help you discover your own landscape style.

Ian demonstrates the technical and abstract aspects of composition including design and mood. He focuses on mountain landscapes, packing the right gear, the ideal camera bag for hiking, and tips for shooting the mountains in fickle weather.

Layne shows you how to shoot historic landmarks and how to include wildlife. He takes you to a beautiful waterfalls in Minnesota where he experiments with different lenses and camera settings including how to make portraits inside a natural scene. In shooting trees, leaves and wildflowers, Layne experiments with geometric shapes to enhance the images.

Join the pros as they help you create your own dynamic landscape images. 216 minutes.

Composition: Finding Your Visual Flow – 49 minutes

Professional nature photographer Ian Plant will take you through an introduction to composition, the power of abstract thinking, setting the mood, powerful visual arrangements, emphasizing your subject, leading the eye, and seeing shapes. To create true art with your photos, you need to know about composition and why it’s important. Lines, curves, zigzags, triangles, circles, arcs, and spirals. They’re all types of shapes that add interest and help viewers connect emotionally with photographs, and Ian will take you through everything from lines and curves to arcs and spirals.

Landscapes, Landmarks and Wildlife – 75 minutes

Do you want to learn how to shoot landmarks? Or are you looking to broaden your skills and shoot herds? Join professional photographer Layne Kennedy as you learn about photographing large details in landscapes, capturing unique landscape elements, enhancing colors and creating a panoramic, photographing historical landmarks, animal portrait techniques, photographing large herds, shooting solo animal portraits, and much more.

Mountain Landscape Photography – 45 minutes

Having the right gear and being armed with the right techniques is important for mountain photography. But patience is also important. Learn how to get the best landscape mountain shot with these photography tips. From what you need in your camera bag, to making the most of a sunny or even cloudy day, you will get the most out of how to capture the mountains perfectly.

Photographing Waterfalls and Geometric Shapes in Nature – 47 minutes

In this DVD, professional photographer, Layne Kennedy, answers these questions as he takes you to a beautiful waterfalls and then to a nature preserve. Layne demonstrates how a slow shutter speed captures the smooth, creamy effect you see in the best waterfall photographs. With different lenses, he shows how to photograph various aspects of the waterfalls. Inside the nature preserve, Layne shows you how to capture geometric shapes and designs in trees, leaves, and wildflowers, and how to make portraits with a natural background. So put your imagination to work with photography tips you can incorporate into your own outdoor images.

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