After photographing wildlife for two weeks in Kenya, time is running out for professional photographers Ian Plant and Zac Mills. Finally, near the end of their adventure, they find what they have been looking for: a majestic male lion and stunning sunset skies! As Ian and Zac end their photo trip, they delve deep into their core artistic philosophies for making wildlife photos that stand out from the rest, including using wide-angle lenses, supplemental light, and stormy skies as part of creative compositions.
Learn about the rule of thirds, exceptions to the rule of thirds, visual counterpoint, opposing forces, centered compositions, and symmetrical images to create captivating photos.Watch Now >>
You don’t have to live on the coast to find a place to take beautiful water photographs. Beautiful water photos can be taken at wetlands, lakes, ponds, bays, lagoons, and creeks, which are everywhere. These bodies of water are teeming with wildlife and plant life that will make dynamic photographic subjects.Watch Now >>
In this course, professional nature photographer Ian Plant will take you through an introduction to composition, the power of abstract thinking, setting the mood, powerful visual arrangements, emphasizing your subject, leading the eye, and seeing shapes.Watch Now >>
Professional photographer Ian Plant demonstrates what gear you will need to wear and bring along on your next water photography expedition. He shows you what effects you can achieve with certain filters, how to keep your camera equipment dry and safe – even if it’s dropped in the water, and how to stay safe yourself.Watch Now >>