• 4:13

    Fine Art Printing

    You’re a landscape photographer, and you’ve captured, retouched and edited a superb image. Now you want to move into fine art printing and create a lasting print. What’s the best way to go about fine art printing? In this free video lesson, Outdoor Photography Guide’s pro photographer Paul Thomson discusses quality printing and offers you…

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  • 7:47

    How to Easily Use Watermarks in Lightroom

    If you’re like most outdoor photographers, you work hard to capture a great composition. You might post your best ones on various online sites like Flickr, Facebook and Instagram. You worry about your images being used without your permission and even for profit. How do you protect your photographs from theft? By using watermarks on…

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  • 7:33

    Using Used Camera Gear from MPB

    Some of your favorite outdoor images are captured in autumn when nature’s colors are showing off, enhanced with fog, frost, and golden light. To achieve stunning photographs, you need affordable quality camera gear for your autumn shoots. In this video lesson, Outdoor Photography Guide’s professional photographer Paul Thomson takes you to a local woodland in…

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  • 3:38

    How to Quickly Organize Your Lightroom Catalog

    You’ve spent a wonderful week on a photography expedition, shooting scenes at lakes and parks, in forests and on hiking trails. You download a thousand files into your Lightroom catalog. Now what? In this video lesson, Outdoor Photography Guide’s pro photographer David Johnston demonstrates how to quickly locate and sort your best shots. No more…

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  • 7:03

    What Is Luminosity Masking in Photoshop?

    Do you sometimes feel as if your photograph looks beautiful on the LCD screen of your camera, but doesn’t quite make the grade on your computer monitor? In today’s digital world, a top notch outdoor photograph generally requires two stages: capturing a quality image with your camera and then editing that image in post processing.…

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  • 8:10

    How to Add Leading Lines to Your Photos

    Are you aware of using leading lines in photography? These are the visual guidelines that help the viewer zone in on the central subject of your image. In this premium video on using leading lines in photography, Outdoor Photography Guide’s photographer David Johnston visits a waterfall in Tennessee and gives you the lowdown on how…

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  • 9:48

    Minimal Gear Setup for Outdoor Photography

    How many times have you found yourself on a field trip having packed too much outdoor photography gear? In this premium video lesson, Outdoor Photography Guide’s expert photographer David Johnston shows how to choose the minimal outdoor photography gear that will work for your day trips. David takes you into the woods and shows you…

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  • 4:19

    Understanding Light Direction

    There are times when your landscape images look rather flat, lacking in depth and light direction. How can you add that dramatic 3-dimensional look to your landscapes? In this video lesson, Outdoor Photography Guide’s pro photographer David Johnston takes you to southern Utah to show you how light direction will enhance your outdoor images. Light…

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  • 9:48

    How to Add Music to Outdoor Time-Lapse Photography

    Creating a time-lapse image takes patience, but it can be a lot of fun. Without music, the result can seem a little boring. Learn how to add music, which can create that feeling of motion, in this premium video lesson with Outdoor Photography Guide’s professional nature photographer David Johnston. He’ll show you how to add…

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