• 2:12

    Professional landscape photographer Ian Plant discusses the importance of seeking contrast between colors and light and shadow to create texture in your landscape photos. Texture is important because it creates visual separation between objects, and gives your photos a three-dimensional feel. Check out this article to learn more on using complementary colors in your photography.

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  • 3:05

    In this video, professional photographer Ian Plant discusses the importance of learning the “art of exclusion,” which is learning what to include within the composition and what not to include. Using the new Tamron 70-210mm f/4 lens, Ian talks about how you can use a short telephoto zoom to isolate distant landscape features and landscape

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  • 2:09

    In this course, designed for beginners and intermediate photographers looking to deepen their understanding and sharpen their skills, pro nature photographer Ian Plant shows you how exposure works, and how to get it right. Ian discusses the “Exposure Triangle” of shutter speed, aperture, and ISO; camera metering modes; using the camera’s histogram and exposure compensation

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  • 6:19

    In this video, pro nature photographer Ian Plant explains what ISO, aperture and shutter speed are, and how they affect exposure. See all videos in our Getting Exposure Right for Outdoor Photography Course: Getting Exposure Right for Outdoor Photography – Course Introduction Understanding ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed Camera Metering and Metering Modes Basics of

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  • 8:57

    In this video, Ian Plant discusses how camera metering works to measure the light coming in through the lens, and the various metering modes you can use to get the proper exposure when taking photos. See all videos in our Getting Exposure Right for Outdoor Photography Course: Getting Exposure Right for Outdoor Photography – Course

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  • 3:26

    In this video, Ian discusses the Exposure Triangle, how it works, and why it is important to achieving the best exposures for your photos. See all videos in our Getting Exposure Right for Outdoor Photography Course: Getting Exposure Right for Outdoor Photography – Course Introduction Understanding ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed Camera Metering and Metering

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  • 6:05

    The previous videos have explained how your camera assesses exposure, and how various camera tools can be used to change exposure. In this video, Ian discusses how to put all the pieces together, and use your camera’s histogram to get the proper exposure for your photos. See all videos in our Getting Exposure Right for

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  • 3:33

    Things get much more complicated when the range between light and dark in the scene exceeds your camera’s abilities. In this video, Ian discusses several techniques for taming high contrast, making it easier for you to always get the exposure right, even in tricky lighting conditions. See all videos in our Getting Exposure Right for

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  • 3:53

    In this video, Ian explains that there really isn’t such thing as a “correct,” “proper,” or “right” exposure. There is only the exposure that best conveys your vision as an artist. Ian discusses the use of creative exposures such as underexposure, silhouette, overexposure, and high key lighting. See all videos in our Getting Exposure Right

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