You will go along on a photoshoot in the Smoky Mountains to shoot a mountain stream. Every technical detail will be explained to you as professional photographer Tony Sweet expertly captures the water as it flows over and around beautiful rocks.
You will feel like you are there with Tony Sweet as he stands on the curving, gravel mountain road overlooking the stream as it cascades down over rocks at Tremont in the Smokies. In this session, he discusses the best way to photograph the picturesque stream without overexposing the entire shot. He explains every step he takes and why he is taking it, so you will learn the technical details. He also adjusts his position, composition, and exposure to ensure he gets the very best shot and shows you the resulting photos so you can determine how you might tackle the same set of circumstances.
See all of the videos in our Visual Literacy in Landscape Photography Course:
- Visual Literacy in Landscape Photography—Course Preview
- Nature Photography Tips while Shooting Sparks Lane
- Outdoor Photography at Lea Valley in the Great Smoky Mountains
- Nature Photography Tips for the Great Smoky Mountains
- Cabin Photography Tips from the Smoky Mountains
- Overcast Photography in the Great Smoky Mountains
- Take Great Macro Photos in Nature
- Long Exposure Photography in the Great Smoky Mountains
- Photographing at Clingman’s Dome
- Bonus—Tony’s Portfolio