KelbyOne - Landscape Photography Collection
Released: 04/2014 | Authors: Bill Fortney, Matt Kloskowski, Moose Peterson | Size: 11.33 GB
I've packaged a few of the best KelbyOne Landscape Tutorials into one package to make life easier for you.
A Gear Guide for Outdoor Photographers, with Bill Fortney
Landscape photographer Bill Fortney joins Matt Kloskowski in the studio to give his recommendations on the best photography gear for the outdoor shooter.
Bill gives his reasons for choosing camera bodies, lenses, filters, accessories and more. He explains why his experience has led him to choose the equipment he has in his bag and he explains to his viewers how to get the most out of their camera gear.
Bill Fortney?s Olympic Park, with Bill Fortney
Pull on your boots and join Bill Fortney, a world renowned nature and landscape photographer, as he takes you on a journey through Olympic National Park on the majestic coast of the Pacific Northwest.
Pull on your boots and join Bill Fortney, a world renowned nature and landscape photographer, as he takes you on a journey through Olympic National Park on the majestic coast of the Pacific Northwest. From dramatic close-ups to breathtaking landscapes, and from sun-up to sun-down, Bill will walk you through each step of his process to get the shot, all the while discussing the gear he is using and sharing many valuable tips along the way.
Fall Photography Field Guide, with Matt Kloskowski
Join Matt Kloskowski as he goes through exactly what you need to capture those fall colors in all of their beauty.
The air is crisp and carries a faint scent of wood smoke, while seemingly ordinary towns and locations transform into a blazing array of color. Autumn is upon us! The color of the changing leaves combined with natural and man-made landscapes sets the stage for some of the most interesting, colorful, and impactful photos of the year. Join Matt Kloskowski as he goes through exactly what you need to capture those fall colors in all of their beauty. Whether it?s in your home town or you are traveling someplace new, you only have a short window of time to make these photos. This new class will help you make it count!
Intimate Landscape Photography, with Bill Fortney
Winter is not the most popular season for taking landscape photographs, but Bill Fortney shows us that there is still plenty to capture at his favorite spots in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
While grand landscape photography captures the beauty of a large scene, intimate landscape photography focuses on small, unique parts of that landscape and extracts from the overall scene. During this course, Bill recommends equipment for getting started with landscape photography. He talks about image composition, the importance of texture, and how he uses lines of direction when composing his photos. In later lessons, Bill takes viewers into his digital darkroom to talk about his favorite processing techniques and software. Follow along as Bill teaches photographers how to find, compose, and create wonderful, intimate landscape photographs.
Landscape Photography ? Ground Work, with Moose Peterson
Taking the wonder our eyes see and mind and heart records and translating that to a single click of the shutter requires a lot more than just being there.
Beginner Basics: Landscape Photography, with Matt Kloskowski
You'll learn all about the gear you'll need, the camera settings you'll want to use, and all kinds of tips and tricks to help you get tack sharp photos that are composed for impact.
Do you love the idea of grabbing your camera and heading out to beautiful locations? Then join Matt Kloskowski to learn the basics of landscape photography. This is the class Matt wishes he had when he got started with landscape photography. You?ll learn all about the gear you?ll need, the camera settings you?ll want to use, and all kinds of tips and tricks to help you get tack sharp photos that are composed for impact. By knowing the basics you?ll be more comfortable when you are out on location, so you can enjoy the scenery, and make great photos while you are there.
Master Black & White Landscape Photography, with Moose Peterson
Pull on your big coat and join Moose Peterson on the stormy Oregon coast for inspiration and new ideas on how to create your own black and white masterpieces.
Bad weather makes great photographs! Pull on your big coat and join Moose Peterson on the stormy Oregon coast for inspiration and new ideas on how to create your own black and white masterpieces. Moose has a long history and a strong passion for black and white photography, and he shares his wisdom as he walks you through the steps he takes, from planning to pre-visualization and from capture to post-processing. You?re sure to leave the class itching to get outside in any kind of weather to practice what you?ve learned.
Romancing the Landscape, Part 1, with Moose Peterson
Join landscape and wildlife photographer Moose Peterson as he gets his first chance to shoot the beauty of Monument Valley. Moose talks about his preferences for camera gear and how he composes landscape shots. He shares some tips for predicting what the weather is going to do, and goes through the entire workflow for creating a time lapse video to share the experience of a changing landscape. Follow Moose as he photographs one of the most impressive landscapes in America.
Romancing the Landscape, Part 2, with Moose Peterson
In the second part of his landscape photography course, Moose Peterson continues his tour of the southwest United States, taking shots of the beautiful buttes, spires, and mesas in Monument Valley. Join Moose in the outdoors as he takes his shots and then follow Moose at his computer, processing the images in Photoshop and Camera Raw. Along the way, Moose talks about finding your own style, one-image HDR techniques, ultra wide panoramas, his choices for gear and gadgets, black and white processing, and image processing. Let Moose teach you how to bring home the big vistas so that people at home can enjoy them through your images.
Romancing the Landscape Part 3: Ready for Anything, with Moose Peterson
In the final installment of his three-part series, Moose explores the Valley of the Gods and shows you how to deal with whatever nature throws your way.
When it comes to landscape photography, chances are you won?t be able to control your environment. Unless you live in the area where you?re shooting and can pick the perfect day, the light and conditions you have are the light and conditions you have. In the final installment of his three-part series, Moose explores the Valley of the Gods and shows you how to deal with whatever nature throws your way. Plus, his extra-long post processing session in lesson 12 is practically a class in and of itself.
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