NitroFlare Limitless Landscape Photography

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    Limitless Landscape Photography
    5hr + | MP4 | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 30fps | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2 ch | 3 GB
    Genre: eLearning | Language: English | All level

    This course will teach you how to take breathtaking landscape photos, covering everything you need in just a few hours!

    The course is broken down into 6 different sections - be sure to check out the 4 free preview videos!
    In section one, you learn all about the gear you should use, with thinks like:
    Why your camera isn't nearly as important as your lens, and which lenses you should use
    How to prevent camera shake to produce crystal clear images
    And the different filters used by landscape photographers
    Section two is all about taking photos:
    How the aperture and shutter speed will affect the depth and mood of your photo
    How the focal length affects the field of view and perspective, and what it means if you have a crop sensor
    Where to focus for the clearest possible images
    The best time of day to take landscape photos
    How to take amazing and dramatic images in some of the most interesting weather conditions
    Where to look to find the most interesting locations for your photography
    The power of revisiting a scene
    And how to shoot into the sun for spectacular lens flare (and how to remove it too)
    Section three is all about using composition to improve your photography:
    How to add depth and interest using the rule of thirds
    Where to place your horizon to make your photo more interesting
    How to add depth and context, using frames
    Lead people to the part of the frame you want them to look at, with lines
    Create a sense of size and scale in the photo
    Tie important parts of the frame together, using triangles to make a photo appear balanced or unbalanced
    How the point of view dramatically affects how we perceive a photo
    How to draw your attention to a certain part of the frame, using negative space
    And how to effectively capture movement in a frame
    Section four is all about post processing, we look at:
    How to process your images so that you're improving them, without altering their integrity
    How to use Lightroom presets for fast processing
    And how to use Photoshop to fix certain parts of the frame that you're not happy with
    In the bonus content, you get to follow me as I show you how I took some of my favourite images, and what I do to get my photos featured in galleries. There's also a video on light painting!
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