Adding a human element to the landscape can provide a sense of scale for your photos, as well as a compelling focal point for the viewer. In this video, professional photographer Ian Plant demonstrates techniques he uses for creative self-portraits as he kayaks along the south shore of Lake Superior in the United States. Watch Ian as he makes self-portraits inside a sandstone sea cave along the lake, describing techniques he uses for remotely previewing composition and exposure.
The ultra wide angle lens excels in capturing extreme images of broad, sweeping landscape scenes. In this video, professional outdoor photographer, Ian Plant, demonstrates this technique through focus stacking photography in the South Dakota Badlands. Ian explains, “Using the ultra wide angle lens, you can be inches away from the ground in the bottom halfWatch Now >>
Do you like long shutter speeds in flower photography? In this video, pro shooter Tony Sweet shows you an interesting variation on this technique with the iPhone Swipe, a Slow Shutter App found on many cell phones. As an example, Tony shows you how to capture an abstract image of a multi-colored flower garden. YouWatch Now >>
Shooting with a digital infrared camera has gained interest among serious photographers. In this video, professional photographer Tony Sweet takes you through the digital infrared process of photography. You will learn how to choose the ideal lighting and color elements to accommodate an infrared scene. In bright sunlight, Tony photographs a pond, green lily padsWatch Now >>
Photographing a hall of mirrors? Now there is a challenge! In this video, professional photographer and instructor, Tony Sweet, takes you into the old prison for a complex lesson in High Dynamic Range photography. “The lighting is difficult because of the skylights and mirrors,” Tony explains. Shooting with a 14mm lens at f22, he makesWatch Now >>