Be a conscientious photographer. When you go out into nature to take photographs, be sure to leave everything as you found it. This not only protects the environment, it leaves it pristine for other photographers to enjoy. This session discusses the importance of leaving everything as you found it after your photo session.
Taking outdoor photographs is not only an art; it comes with an important responsibility. You will naturally be setting up equipment and even props for shots. You’ll also be creating sort of a temporary “camp” spot you can retreat to between shots. The responsibility is to leave the environment as you found it, to protect its integrity, and leave it beautiful for other photographers.
MORE IN THIS COURSE:
- Winter Photography Tips: Exposure, Composition, and Details – Course Preview
- Proper Winter Exposure
- Essential Clothing for Winter Photography
- Gear: What You Need to Know
- Tips for Great Animal Portraits
- Shooting Winter Landscape
- Changing Your Perspective
- Composing Compelling Portraits
- Details Tell the Story
- Getting Creative with Fill Flash
- Lighting for Night Photography
- Take Only Photographs, Leave Only Footprints