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Location Challenges: How to shoot Mountains

Lesson 22 from: Landscape Photography: Start to Finish

Matt Kloskowski

Location Challenges: How to shoot Mountains

Lesson 22 from: Landscape Photography: Start to Finish

Matt Kloskowski

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Lesson Info

22. Location Challenges: How to shoot Mountains

Lessons

Class Trailer
1

Course Introduction

08:52
2

5 Things Every Landscape Photographer Should Know

23:32
3

Camera Gear

11:26
4

Gear Q & A

33:04
5

On Location: Weather & Safety

18:55
6

On Location Pre-Visualzation Sutro Baths

07:29
7

On Location: Camera Settings

21:59
8

On Location: Composition

27:09
9

Matt Klowskowski - My Story

06:28
10

On Location: Bracketing

15:15
11

On Location: Artistic Choices

16:12
12

On Location: Pre-Visualzation Marshall's Beach

06:09
13

On Location: Long Exposure

15:05
14

On Location: iPhone

17:31
15

On Location: Wrap Location

02:15
16

Location Challenges: How to Shoot in Open Sun with No Clouds

01:52
17

Location Challenges: How to shoot Cloudy, Stormy, & Blah Weather

01:50
18

Location Challenges: How to shoot Beaches

01:27
19

Location Challenges: How to shoot Waterfalls

01:40
20

Location Challenges: How to shoot Panorama Vista Scenes

01:38
21

Location Challenges: How to shoot Lakes

02:11
22

Location Challenges: How to shoot Mountains

02:24
23

Location Challenges: How to shoot Deserts

01:29
24

Location Challenges: How to shoot City Skylines

01:44
25

Location Challenges: How to shoot Snow

02:53
26

Location Challenges: How to shoot Backlit Situations

06:56
27

Outdoor Landscape Workflow & Organization

31:38
28

Basic Editing in Lightroom: Part 1

44:17
29

Basic Editing in Lightroom: Part 2

26:52
30

Lightroom and Photoshop: Intermediate Techniques Pt. 1

30:35
31

Lightroom and Photoshop: Intermediate Techniques Pt. 2

12:31
32

HDR for Landscape Photography

07:54
33

Panoramas for Landscape Photography

18:14
34

How to shoot Landscape with Adobe Photoshop in Mind

21:14
35

Sky Replacement in Photoshop

18:48
36

Processing Project: Stormy Mountains

09:12
37

Processing Project: Crashing Waves on the Rocks

10:01
38

Processing Student Raw Images

41:03
39

Final Q&A

14:17

Lesson Info

Location Challenges: How to shoot Mountains

Mountains. What do we do with mountains? One of the things I can tell ya is if you can get first or last light of the day on mountains, looks great. That's one of those things where I don't necessarily, I said I love twilight, after the sun goes down, before it comes up, mountains are one of those things I like the sun to be up just a little bit. See the red glow on him? I want there to be color. See how that first morning light gives you all that texture and that depth there? If you can get that first early morning or last evening light on the mountains, to me that's the way that I think that they look their best. Look at the one off in the distance again, on the left there, that's early morning. Fill the frame. I don't have it here, I don't think I was able to do it on this shot 'cause they're still pretty far off in the distance, but this is Mono Lake. Zoom in. When you have that first morning or late evening light on mountains, sometimes the shot can just be a zoomed-in shot of the...

mountain. Looks cool. In fact, I would've done it, I think I did do it there, and it's still a cool photo too. Zoom in, that can be your photo. Zoom in, fill the frame with it. There's a little thing, you guys ever hear of Alpenglow? You know what's funny about it is, it's called Alpenglow. I thought it was alpine glow, I thought somebody was just mispronouncing it. It's actually named, the person's last name is Alpenglow. But it's the glow after the sun goes down and reflects light on the mountain. That's really what it is, it's not actual direct light on the mountain, it's the sun's down and it's reflecting light and it gives you a glow, which is really kinda what a lot of that is, too. I just thought glow, and it looks like it's glowing, like somebody named it alpine glow. But it's actually the last name of a person. Many of the useful facts that I know in life.

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Ratings and Reviews

Christian Ruvolo
 

Mat Kloskowski class is really amazing, full of very useful tipps and inspiration. Wonderful pictures by him help to understand the explanations an I am learning A LOT from him!!! Thank you for the class!!! TOP!!!!

Louie
 

I love Matt's teaching style, humor, honesty, friendliness. I love On1 and all the other demos and critiques he does. He makes me enjoy the craft/art of photography much more and is a great inspiration.

a Creativelive Student
 

This class was for beginners and I believe Matt did a great job of giving students an great introduction to landscape photography. More on the practical than technical side, but that seems appropriate for an intro class. He comes across as a "real" guy who loves what he does and is eager to share his knowledge. Those new to photography will get a lot of helpful information and tips in this course.

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