Landscape Photography: Start to Finish

 

Landscape Photography: Start to Finish

 

Lesson Info

Location Challenges: How to shoot Beaches

Beaches, so what are we looking for with beaches? We've seen a lot of beaches today. I must like beaches. So I do but beaches, you know, I'm lookin' for, if I can, I'm lookin' for some type of reflection, whether it's a tide pool, whether it's the water goin' up on the beach and doin' a longer exposure. I love a nice reflection. I'm lookin' for longer shutter speeds to show motion in the water. Earlier in the day, I talked about there being an arch and going at the right time of year. So I saw this photo on a photo website. I was like, ooh, I wanna go shoot that. And they got the sun right in the arch. And I only realized, the sun is way, like, there's no way to get it in the arch this time of the year. This is a great example. But the little tide pools. So this is a bigger version of what was starting to form on Marshall Beach the other night. It had these little pools forming around the rocks. So on the beach, I'm gonna look for reflections, if I can get reflections in the water beca...

use the water comes up and goes down. I'm gonna try to get reflections, especially if there's a nice sky. And then I'm gonna try to capture some movement.

Class Description


It’s one thing to learn how your camera works and study the theory behind landscape photography; it’s quite another to put your knowledge into practice out in the field. Take this class, and you will learn everything you need to know about taking amazing photos of the great outdoors - and turn them into beautiful display-worthy masterpieces.

Join professional landscape and outdoor photographer Matt Kloskowski for this class, and you’ll learn:

  • How to use composition and proper lighting to shoot landscape and outdoor photographs.
  • How to get your images from camera to computer, and how to pick out the best of them.
  • How to enhance your images through Lightroom® and Photoshop®
Matt Kloskowski is a Sony® Artisan of Imagery, and the author of 15 books on post-processing in Adobe® Lightroom® and Photoshop®. In this class, he will walk you through everything that he does to plan his outdoor shoots, select his gear, capture great shots, and post-process his images to evoke the beauty and grandeur of the outdoors.



Lessons

1Course Introduction
25 Things Every Landscape Photographer Should Know
3Camera Gear
4Gear Q & A
5On Location: Weather & Safety
6On Location Pre-Visualzation Sutro Baths
7On Location: Camera Settings
8On Location: Composition
9Matt Klowskowski - My Story
10On Location: Bracketing
11On Location: Artistic Choices
12On Location: Pre-Visualzation Marshall's Beach
13On Location: Long Exposure
14On Location: iPhone
15On Location: Wrap Location
16Location Challenges: How to Shoot in Open Sun with No Clouds
17Location Challenges: How to shoot Cloudy, Stormy, & Blah Weather
18Location Challenges: How to shoot Beaches
19Location Challenges: How to shoot Waterfalls
20Location Challenges: How to shoot Panorama Vista Scenes
21Location Challenges: How to shoot Lakes
22Location Challenges: How to shoot Mountains
23Location Challenges: How to shoot Deserts
24Location Challenges: How to shoot City Skylines
25Location Challenges: How to shoot Snow
26Location Challenges: How to shoot Backlit Situations
27Outdoor Landscape Workflow & Organization
28Basic Editing in Lightroom: Part 1
29Basic Editing in Lightroom: Part 2
30Lightroom and Photoshop: Intermediate Techniques Pt. 1
31Lightroom and Photoshop: Intermediate Techniques Pt. 2
32HDR for Landscape Photography
33Panoramas for Landscape Photography
34How to shoot Landscape with Adobe Photoshop in Mind
35Sky Replacement in Photoshop
36Processing Project: Stormy Mountains
37Processing Project: Crashing Waves on the Rocks
38Processing Student Raw Images
39Final Q&A