• 10:49

    Photographing with natural light at first might seem simple. Just point and shoot. Yet, your compositions often don’t turn out the way you’d like, the fine details missing. In this premium video, professional outdoor photographer David Johnston takes you to California’s Joshua Tree National Park to show you a key technique designed to improve your

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  • 11:29

    You’ve returned from a great outdoor shoot with hundreds of image files. Now you face the difficult task of sorting and editing. In this video, professional outdoor photographer David Johnston introduces you to Skylum’s Luminar 4 software, the innovative organizing and retouching program. This Luminar 4 Review will show you how to take your outdoor

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  • 2:40

    What kind of lens have you been using for your landscape images? Maybe you are thinking of a new lens to improve those images. In this video, professional outdoor photographer Ian Plant travels to the majestic Canadian Rockies to show you why the Tamron 15 30 just might be your new go-to lens. As Ian

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  • 3:15

    For professional outdoor photographer David Johnston, creating a photograph that has a clear idea of the subject was a challenge when he was starting in outdoor photography. However, his mentors told him that it was the one way to create a good photo. There are many ways you can seclude your subjects in the outdoor

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  • 10:11

    Professional outdoor photographer David Johnston is a firm believer that the best way to improve your landscape photography is through working on your composition. Composition is the organization of subjects within your frame to create a compelling photograph. It’s easy to walk up to a landscape and take a photo, but it’s difficult to use

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  • 2:55

    In this video, professional photographer Ian Plant travels to Greenland with the new Tamron 35 150mm lens to photograph icebergs. He uses the 35-150mm’s extensive zoom range to switch between telephoto shots of more distant icebergs and wide-angle perspectives when he gets closer.

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  • 9:05

    As outdoor photographers, we have unique mediums we use to create our works of art. While painters have paint and brushes, we use photography equipment to manipulate and use light and time. Great light is what we search for, however, there can be more to an outdoor scene than great light if we think critically

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  • 7:33

    Picture this: you step into an outdoor scene to photograph a pristine landscape, but you can only fit about half of what you want into the frame. You probably think, “I wish I could compose a high quality, epic shot to get everything I can see into one photo!” That’s where panoramas come into play

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  • 5:10

    Outdoor photography is predominantly the art form of chasing and capturing the effects that light has on an outdoor scene. Having a definition that wide, it’s obvious that if you go outside with your camera, you’re going to find yourself in several lighting situations. With that in mind, you can actually group all lighting situations

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