• 12:18

    Beginners Guide to Woodland Photography

    You are fairly new to landscape photography, and you want to trek into the woods for some exciting photo ops. How do you approach this adventure? Woodland photography requires preparation and patience. In this premium video, Outdoor Photography Guide’s Tom Peters takes you to a beach woodland in the United Kingdom and tackles the woodland…

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  • 11:01

    Shooting Textures

    When you visit a scenic coastline, your tendency is to photograph distant islands, magnificent horizons, the green sea or blue ocean. In this premium video lesson, Outdoor Photography Guide’s Paul Thomson takes you to the coastline of Sweden where he avoids the traditional landscape and experiments with photographing textures: rock formations that form patterns. In…

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  • 17:25

    Seascapes and Shutter Speeds

    Seascapes are an interesting photographic challenge because they involve capturing water movement in a creative way. In this premium video lesson, Outdoor Photography Guide’s Matt Bishop takes you to the beach at sunrise and experiments with various shutter speeds to achieve beautiful seascape imagery. Setting up along the surf line, he anchors his tripod low…

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  • 4:08

    Working in Nature: Ethical Principles

    In the last decade or so, the sale of digital cameras has exploded. Many more photographers are accessing public land to capture its natural beauty. In this video, professional outdoor photographer David Johnston reminds you of your ethical responsibilities when working in nature with your camera. David shares with you his basic principles. Working in…

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  • 10:11

    5 Compositions for Amazing Landscape Photography

    Professional outdoor photographer David Johnston is a firm believer that the best way to improve your landscape photography is by working on your composition. Composition is the organization of elements 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 create…

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  • 2:51

    Shooting in the Rain

    What is the first thing you are tempted to do when you are outside and it starts to rain? Most people would answer that they would make a mad dash to their car and go back home! Not us. We are outdoor photographers and there is actually a lot of photography potential when rain starts…

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  • 0:49

    Waterfall Photography in Great Smoky Mountains National Park – Course Preview

    In this course, designed for photographers who have beginner to intermediate experience with waterfalls, David Johnston, professional landscape photographer, will show you how to photograph waterfalls based on his experience shooting some of the most pristine waterfalls in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. David will discuss some of the essential gear for waterfall photography, including…

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  • 5:09

    Best Weather for Waterfall Photography

    Waterfall photography is dependent on one thing; weather. Aside from your photography composition, weather is the one thing that can make or break a waterfall image. It’s of the utmost importance to choose the correct times to shoot waterfalls during the day based on what your conditions are. If there’s one mistake that I see…

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  • 7:59

    Essential Gear for Waterfall Photography

    Whenever you see an amazing waterfall you want to photograph, you should immediately start deciding what kind of gear you’re going to use to take the photo. Waterfall photography requires some of the basic outdoor photography gear with one very important filter also. In this tutorial, I’ll take you through the essential gear you need…

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