• 3:19

    The Tripod Hack For Lower Perspectives

    You’re a dedicated outdoor photographer, and you’ve learned that the tripod is your best friend. However, when it comes to intricate macro shots requiring you to go low to the ground, the tripod isn’t too friendly. What you might need is the tripod hack. In this video lesson, Outdoor Photography Guide’s professional nature photographer David…

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  • 9:18

    Shooting Waterfalls from MPB

    Many outdoor photographers love shooting waterfalls. But to capture a stunning waterfall image takes practice. In this video lesson OPG’s pro photographer David Johnston visits his favorite waterfalls in Tennessee and gives you tips and suggestions on shooting waterfalls. To get complete coverage in shooting waterfalls, David experiments with a variety of compositions and lenses.…

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  • 25:11

    An Interview With Nature Pro Photographer Alyce Bender: Sponsored by Tamron

    You are a dedicated nature photographer, and you spend lots of time outdoors. You are always looking to improve. In this video, sponsored by Tamron Lenses, outdoor photographer David Johnston reverses positions and interviews an accomplished young nature photographer, Alyce Bender of A Bender Photography in San Antonio, Texas. Alyce takes you through her creative…

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  • 2:54

    How to Create Sun Star Photography

    You love shooting scenic landscapes, but you are starting to see some sameness in your compositions. Time to try something new. In this premium video, professional nature photographer David Johnston takes you through the process of sun star photography. You will be amazed at what adding sun stars can do for your compositions. In landscape…

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  • 3:44

    One Step to Simplify Photo Composition

    Have you ever asked yourself, “Why can’t my photo composition look like the professional who photographed this same area?” In this premium video lesson, Outdoor Photography Guide’s professional photographer David Johnston narrows the focus of photo composition to help you understand how to capture better images. One of the fastest ways to get better images…

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  • 6:53

    Tamron 70-300 – SPONSORED

    As outdoor photographers, we are always on a quest to find the best lenses that fit our needs and vision for our photography. My goal has always been high quality paired with smaller size and lighter weight. The Tamron 70-300 f/4.5-6.3 promised to check every one of those boxes, so I was excited to try…

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  • 3:53

    How to Use the Crop Tool the Right Way

    Often you find yourself framing a photograph larger than you’d intended, or after examination you find the digital file is off center. In this video, How to Use the Crop Tool the Right Way, professional nature photographer David Johnston gives you tips on how to use the crop tool to achieve the ideal composition. David…

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  • 4:23

    Adding Texture in Photography

    On your outdoor field trips, you’ve been capturing some nice images of landscapes. Yet when you view the files on your computer, you notice that the overall patina is kind of flat. In this video, How to Add Texture to Your Outdoor Photography, professional nature photographer David Johnston takes you into the editing studio for…

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  • 2:57

    Photography with the 28-200 Lens

    Professional photographer Ian Plant travels to the Badlands of South Dakota to test out Tamrons 28-200mm lens for Sony E Mount digital cameras. He puts the lens to the test in a variety of challenging situations. Ian uses the Tamron 28-200mm lens to photograph fleeting light on distant landscape features, as well as a comet…

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