For a higher shooting perspective, drone landscape photography can be the answer. In this free video, world renowned outdoor photographer Ian Plant takes you to Vanuatu Island in the South Pacific for tips on drone landscape photography from a bird’s eye view. Most drone cameras have a fixed focal length and need to be guided up and down to imitate a zoom lens. Drones offer an infinite variety of composition options. Ian flies the DGI Phantom 4 Pro, and looks for interesting landscape formations with high contrast. He captures ocean patterns, shorelines, land masses, and an active volcano. Learn about drone landscape photography from the pro Ian Plant.
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Once you’ve completed processing your infrared still images, you are set to go into the time lapse process. In this video, professional photographer Steve Niedorf shows you how to edit images in time lapse video. But before you export your stills, you need to crop them for the video format. Steve suggests exporting about 20Watch Now >>
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