How do those great photographers capture magnificent, wide-angle landscape images? In this series of videos, professional outdoor photographer, Ian Plant, shows you how he captures unusual landscape images in the South Dakota Badlands and the caves of Lake Superior.
You will learn how to shoot from ground level, prevent lens flare, and correct for distortion. You will also learn post production techniques, including blending exposures to create HDR images for sharpness.
Big foreground. Big Sky. This landscape photography style is designed for the ultra wide lens. So journey into the world of the ultra wide landscape with Ian Plant.
See all of the videos in our Ultra Wide Landscape Course:
Ultra Wide Landscape – Course Preview
Introduction to Ultra Wide Angle Photography
When to Use an Ultra Wide Angle Lens
Shooting Near and Far with an Ultra Wide Angle Lens
Focus Stacking Photography with an Ultra Wide Lens
How to Prevent Lens Flare
Shooting Interiors with an Ultra Wide Lens
Retouching Focus Stacked Images
Setting Up Your Tripod for Use on Ground Level
Blending Exposures Using Photoshop
Wide Angle Lens Distortion Correction