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.
How to photograph hummingbirds? Join pro photographers Doug Gardner and Ben Clewis in this series of videos for all you need to know about how to photograph hummingbirds in action. Ben takes you into his own backyard and demonstrates simple and complex studio setups including colored background boards, flower groupings, and lighting setups. He showsWatch Now >>
Bison are the largest land animals in North America. In this video, pro wildlife photographer Doug Gardner takes you to Grand Teton National Park for tips on photographing a bison herd. You will learn how to identify male and female bison through the shape of their horns, why it’s safest to set up no closerWatch Now >>
When should you use a camera filter? How can it help make better pictures? In this video, professional nature photographer, Ian Plant, will take you through the three types of camera filters he uses when shooting outdoors. You will learn that the polarizing filter removes glares and reflections. How neutral density filters of various strengthsWatch Now >>
If you are curious about time lapse photography, this is the session for you. It isn’t as simple as just hitting “Record.” As with all other photography, the more control you take, the better your finished product will be.Watch Now >>