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.
Pro landscape photographers Ian Plant and Zac Mills travel to the island nation of Vanuatu to photograph one of the most active volcanoes in the world, sharing their techniques for making stunning images of this amazing natural spectacle. Ian and Zac discuss in detail the artistic and technical decisions they made when photographing the volcanoWatch Now >>
You don’t need to be afraid of shooting a model in the middle of the day. With these techniques, you’ll learn how to capture beautiful portraits regardless of light conditions.Watch Now >>
Lava is incredible to witness in person, but how best to translate the experience into a compelling photograph? Pro landscape photographers Ian Plant and Zac Mills explain their techniques for photographing Vanuatu’s Yasur Volcano, one of the most active volcanoes in the world. They discuss using long exposures to create artistic photos, working in lowWatch Now >>
Professional Photographer Ian Plant shows you how to photograph reflections in water, whether the subject is clouds reflected in the water, trees, plants, or wading birds at the water’s edge, or simply the light on the surface of the water itself. He will give you suggestions on the best ways to capture the photographs you want.Watch Now >>