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Fine Art Landscape and Travel Photography

with Peter Eastway and Tony Hewitt

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  •   01 Overview of Fine Art Landscape and Travel Photography

    08:44
  •   12 Overview of Aerial Photography

    09:03

Class duration: 10h 15m

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About The Class

Creative Expression Through Aerials & Travel

Using aerial views for landscape photography adds a distinguishing flare to your portfolio. But how do you create images that stand out in an industry flooded with beautiful imagery? World-renowned landscape and aerial photographers Peter Eastway and Tony Hewitt are going to show you how to create a stand-out portfolio using the techniques they’ve developed throughout their award-winning careers. In their class, you will learn:

  • How they incorporate aerial shooting into their landscape imagery
  • The importance of post production using Adobe® Lightroom®, Photoshop® and Capture One softwares
  • How to incorporate your ideas and emotions into your landscape photography
  • What equipment to use to capture your best images
  • How to put together a strong, unique portfolio

This is a unique opportunity to learn from two photography masters as they share their industry specific expertise.

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Lesson Plan

  1. 01

    Overview of Fine Art Landscape and Travel Photography

    08:44
  2. 02

    Our Passion For Photography

    07:38
  3. 03

    Looking For The Next Great Photo

    19:05
  4. 04

    Peter and Tony's Photography

    18:35
  5. 05

    What is a Landscape?

    15:48
  6. 06

    Considering Color: What is Real?

    13:16
  7. 07

    Shooting Travel Photography: Exotic Locations

    13:33
  8. 08

    Preparing for a Travel Shoot: Research

    16:35
  9. 09

    Who Should You Travel With?

    12:13
  10. 10

    Photographing People

    04:25
  11. 11

    Choosing Gear for Travel

    21:26
  12. 12

    Overview of Aerial Photography

    09:03
  13. 13

    Flying Machines: Planes, Helicopters, Balloons and Drones

    18:05
  14. 14

    Shutter Speed in Aerial Shooting

    12:48
  15. 15

    Manual vs Auto Focus

    14:28
  16. 16

    Lenses for Aerials

    13:14
  17. 17

    What to Shoot When You're in the Air

    17:52
  18. 18

    Using Emotion to Capture Your Images

    14:28
  19. 19

    What Stories Do You Want to Tell?

    08:44
  20. 20

    Who Are You as a Photographer?

    14:41
  21. 21

    Finding Your Creative Process

    14:20
  22. 22

    Getting Your Vision Across

    26:56
  23. 23

    Quick Image Enhancements Using Lightroom and Capture One

    06:21
  24. 24

    Light, Color and White Balance in Lightroom

    19:55
  25. 25

    Histogram, Hue and Contrast in Lightroom

    09:16
  26. 26

    Masking in Lightroom

    11:50
  27. 27

    Cropping and Aspect Ratios in Lightroom

    13:19
  28. 28

    Image Adjustments With Capture One

    13:38
  29. 29

    Further Adjustments With Capture One

    13:44
  30. 30

    Advanced Editing Concepts With Photoshop

    07:38
  31. 31

    Peter Eastway Enhances Landscape Details

    13:08
  32. 32

    Tony Hewitt Uses Multiple Images to Build Texture

    13:04
  33. 33

    Peter Eastway Aerial Edit

    09:33
  34. 34

    Tony Hewitt Aerial Edit

    15:40
  35. 35

    Part 1

    10:31
  36. 36

    Part 2

    08:18
  37. 37

    Part 3

    09:31
  38. 38

    Part 4

    07:08
  39. 39

    Part 5

    05:50
  40. 40

    Part 6

    24:19
  41. 41

    Sharing Your Vision: Exhibitions

    11:54
  42. 42

    The Artist's Statement

    10:17
  43. 43

    Preparing Print Files

    03:39
  44. 44

    Framing Options

    05:50
  45. 45

    Exhibition Space

    06:43
  46. 46

    Once the Exhibition Is Up

    13:11
  47. 47

    Making a Photo Book

    18:49
  48. 48

    The Art of the Print

    16:51

Meet Your Experts

Peter Eastway

Peter Eastway is an Australian photographer who is best known internationally for his landscape photography and post-production approach. ... read more

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Tony Hewitt

Australian fine art photographer Tony Hewitt is a Grand Master of Photography of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP). He is also an Honorary Fellow of the AIPP, a Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Professional Photography and a WPPI Double Master of Photography. ... read more

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  • pdf The Incomplete Guide to Shooting Aerials
  • pdf The Essential Manual For The Travel Photographer

100% of students recommend this class.
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  • Esther Beaton

    October 2017

    Two Aussie blokes just having fun. Peter and Tone did us proud by representing the spirit of Australia, which is: don’t take anything too seriously. They hit off each other well, in fact, they are the best twosome I’ve ever seen on Creative Live, each giving the other respectful space yet not being shy about taking the micky out of the other guy when appropriate. The whole dialogue was spirited, informative, casual and fun. They also perfectly proved the symbiotic relationship between red wine and beautiful photography.

  • Swapnil Nevgi

    January 2018

    Loved the positive energy of this class. Just finished watching it and I would definitely recommend it to someone who wants to take their landscape photography to the next level. This course is not about learning camera or software skills, but learning how to develop conceptualizing and composing skills. How an award winning creatives mind works is a lot more important than how to use camera. This is exactly what I was looking for and very happy with my purchase. Also it was good to see some of their raw vs post processed files to learn how far the professionals like Tony and Peter go with post processing (Something I have always been concerned about). Knowledge about exhibiting was also priceless. Thank you, I have learnt a lot in this class and I am sure it will reflect in my work in future.

  • Debra

    September 2017

    This class is fabulous! One of the best on Creative Live. Peter and Tony share so much of themselves and their great art that you can't help but want to pick up your camera and get out to shoot. It was like watching two close friends. Thanks very much for a very enjoyable 2 days of learning and viewing.

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