Venice Rookery

Premium Video Preview: Log in or become a member to get full access.
Duration: 6:29

Membership Options

Premium

Sign up for premium membership and get access to our best outdoor photography videos. Learn new photography techniques and tips from friendly professional photographers. Anytime. Anywhere.
Monthly $7.00
Annually $65.00

Gold

Upgrade to GOLD membership and get unlimited access to our entire library of premium outdoor photography videos, receive discounts on DVDs, video downloads, and classes in the shop. In addition, you’ll receive eight video downloads, two full-length classes, self-study educational tracks, access to GOLD member LIVE events, and so much more!
Annually $125.00

Placement helps ensure your pictures are beautiful and clutter-free. That is why the position you select is so important in your photography. In this session, you will gain tips for composing shots that truly capture the essence of the landscape.

In this session, our expert wildlife photographers are in the Venice Rookery, covering how to best setup for an extended photo session. Many people are inclined to set up and look directly towards the center of an island, bend, or other area of landscape. The problem with this is the final photograph will look cluttered. With the brush, trees, and other greenery, there is no separation between foreground and background. Instead, focus on the fringes for definitive separation. Not only is spotting wildlife on the edges of land where it comes in contact with water easier, but it proves to be a more visually interesting photograph as well.

opg-next-session

MORE IN THIS COURSE: