• preview
    1:28

    With landscape photography, the accepted standard is to ensure that everything in the picture frame appears to be in sharp focus. This raises the question that is most vexing to landscape photographers: Where do you focus your lens to get everything in focus? In this mini-course, world-renowned professional photographer Ian Plant explains everything you need

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  • hyperfocal-distance
    9:36

    You are a budding landscape photographer, but you’re struggling with image sharpness, keeping all the elements in focus from near to far. In this mini-course, world-renowned professional photographer Ian Plant shows you how to focus your lens to hold sharpness for everything in your frame. This technique is called hyperfocal distance, and it’s the key

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  • live-view
    2:25

    Landscape photographers are always trying to take the guess work out of finding the optical focal point in their compositions. In this mini-course, photographer Ian Plant shows you how to use live view to achieve that goal. You will learn to use the depth of field preview button to freeze your focal point on the

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  • focus-stacking
    6:52

    In the modern world of digital imaging, landscape photographers are pushing the envelope, getting lower and closer to the scene in order to make the image exaggerated and larger but still perfectly sharp. These are extreme, wide angle compositions where you may run into problem issues such as depth of field, hyperfocal distance, and field

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