• 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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  • 10:00

    How to Create a Double Panorama

    When you venture into a magnificent outdoor panorama, you might find it difficult to capture the true vista. One wide angle image rarely does the job. Come along with Outdoor Photography Guide’s pro photographer David Johnston as he shows you the world of panoramic landscape photography. In Death Valley National Park, David discovers an ideal…

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  • 22:55

    Photographing New Locations

    Many photographers have a tendency to visit the same locations for outdoor photography to the point that we run out of good photo opportunities. But how do you go about exploring new locations? In this premium video lesson, Outdoor Photography Guide’s pro photographer Matt Bishop shows you how to discover and scout new locations to…

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  • 19:11

    Creating Mood in Images

    Sometimes, you take a great outdoor photograph, you go through post-production editing, but somehow you can’t quite convey the visual mood you want in your photo. The quality just doesn’t seem to compare to the pros. But put on your editing cap, because there is a solution. In this video, Outdoor Photography Guide’s pro photographer…

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 9:41

    How to Use Intentional Camera Movement

    You have the best camera gear, and your outdoor photographs are sharp and clear, the colors vibrant. But what if you pushed the envelope and got even more creative? In this premium video lesson, Outdoor Photography Guide’s expert photographer David Johnston takes you to a grove of cypress trees for ideas on intentional camera movement.…

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  • 5:54

    How to Safely Back Up Your Photo Files

    Over the years, you have accumulated a library of photo files from many field trips and outdoor adventures. You may have captured thousands of images, but the challenge is how to preserve them safely. This raises the question: how do I backup my photos? In this free video, Outdoor Photography Guide’s pro photographer David Johnston…

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