The backwards image? What could it be? In this video, professional outdoor photographer, Steve Kossack, takes you to northern Arizona and captures a backwards image to tell a story about the Colorado River.
From high on a cliff, Steve frames the river as it bends beyond, creating a focal point far away. To lead the eye into the composition, he uses a clump of sagebrush as foreground on the edge of the canyon rim. “I call this a backwards image,” Steve explains. For richer colors, he adds a color combo filter, then shoots multiple exposures for selection in post processing.
For landscape photography tips, join pro shooter, Steve Kossack, as he captures the backwards image.
MORE IN THIS COURSE:
- Telling a Story with Pictures – Course Preview
- Taking a Warm-up Shot
- Bringing Out the Elements in Your Photos
- Capturing a Desert Photography Scene
- How to Use a Tilt-Shift Lens
- Photographing a Desert Wave
- Photographing a Geographic Story
- Capturing an Iconic Image in Outdoor Photography
- The Backwards Image in Landscape Photography
- The Flying Angel
- The Flying Angel Reversed
- The Exit
- Capturing Canyon Debris Inside an Arizona Canyon
- Composition for Abstract Photographs