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Most of us wouldn?t dream of traveling-or even taking a day trip-without bringing a camera along. Photographs not only let us share our experiences with others, but they preserve once-in-a-lifetime moments, breathtaking sights, and visits

with friends and loved ones precisely the way we want to remember them.

Yet all too often, we find that our photos fall short of our expectations. And our lackluster results are made all the more disappointing by the knowledge that we may never return to the pictured locale. From blown-out lighting to the same ho-hum shots that have been done a thousand times before, we?ve all learned how difficult it can be to capture the magic of the moment or do our travels justice with a point-and-click approach.

But by understanding some basic photographic principles and best practices, you can develop and refine your photographer?s eye so that you break free from the traps most travelers fall prey to and produce pictures that reach their full potential.

The Art of Travel Photography: Six Expert Lessons is your ticket to capturing the beauty and awe of any scene, anywhere in the world. Your guide is Joel Sartore, a National Geographic contributing photographer with more than 30 years of experience who has traveled the world shooting photographs in the most challenging of conditions. Filled with practical tips, proven techniques, and field demonstrations, this course helps you learn to see the way professional photographers do so you can take compelling photographs worth framing and sharing-whether you?re traveling to some exotic locale or simply spending a day at the beach.

With Mr. Sartore?s expert guidance, you?ll better understand

how to put your own spin on frequently photographed attractions;

ways to make your shots appear more professional;

how to handle less-than-ideal circumstances and changing sunlight;

the importance of planning ahead and doing research; and

the capabilities and limitations of your camera.

Leave Your Photographic Signature

Who among us hasn?t taken a photograph of a towering monument or a majestic geological feature, only to feel deflated at the less than awe-inspiring results Mr. Sartore explains why our attempts pale in comparison to the postcard images we?re familiar with-but he also cautions that postcard images shouldn?t be the goal.

Instead, this course delivers the art and mechanics of taking dynamic, intriguing photographs that you haven?t seen before. In every lesson, you?ll learn how to create shots unique (and maybe even quirky) enough to command attention, whether your destination is a cathedral or a campground. Discover how to get beyond the postcard by

giving objects scale;

softening chaotic backgrounds and visually isolating people;

shooting silhouettes to make the commonplace seem mysterious;

using color as a focal point-particularly in clothing;

changing your perspective to a bird?s- or worm?s-eye view; and

following the rule of thirds, which places subjects in the corner of the frame.

You?ll also learn the dos and don?ts of using flash to achieve a studio-lit look and the fundamentals of building photos from the background forward.

Think before You Shoot

Should you shoot into the sun or away from it Should you photograph structures with or without people standing in front of them Is overcast light desirable or detrimental Mr. Sartore answers these questions and more as he demonstrates why common mistakes occur and how to avoid them.

Throughout the course, he stresses the key ingredients of patience and persistence, as well as the importance of putting yourself in the right place at the right time when a photo op or ideal lighting presents itself-even if that?s before dawn.

But he also teaches you how to react quickly in the moment and what to scout for when you arrive at a location to maximize your time there, whenever that happens to be. After you learn what to look for-whether it?s a higher vantage point or a dramatic backdrop-you?ll never take a shot before considering your options again.

Join an Expert in the Field

Mr. Sartore is a photographer whose work has been featured by major magazines and broadcasts, as well as a gifted teacher with a special ability to explain his craft and make learners feel as if they?re right in the field beside him. In this course, he walks you through his thought process in plainspoken terms and gives an assignment at the end of each lesson that lets you get hands-on practice with the techniques he describes.

One of the most thrilling aspects of The Art of Travel Photography is the opportunity to not only join Mr. Sartore on location, but to crisscross the globe via his impressive portfolio. Traveling from Washington, D.C., to Moscow, you?ll see his principles in action and gain knowledge you can put to use during your very next trip or event.


01 Getting Beyond the Postcard

02 Light-Early, Late, and in Between

03 Faces and Places

04 Local Attractions and Unexpected Delights

05 Interiors and Exteriors, High and Low

06 Storytelling and Serendipity

Joel Sartore

Photographer, National Geographic Fellow

Joel Sartore is a professional photographer and a regular contributor to National Geographic magazine. His assignments have taken him to some of the world?s most beautiful and challenging environments and have brought him face to face with a diversity of wildlife in all 50 U. S. states and all seven continents. He was recently named a National Geographic Fellow for his work on ?The Photo Ark,? a multiyear project to document the world?s biodiversity in studio portraits (see and His photograph of a lion in a tree was voted the best picture by National Geographic magazine in 2011, and also won him a 2012 Veolia Environment award for wildlife photography.

In addition to his work for National Geographic, Mr. Sartore has contributed to some of the most prestigious and widely read publications, including Audubon Magazine, Time, Life, Newsweek, and Sports Illustrated. Mr. Sartore and his work have been the subject of national broadcasts such as National Geographic Explorer, NBC Nightly News, NPR?s Weekend Edition, and an hour-long PBS documentary, At Close Range. He is also a regular contributor to CBS?s Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood.

A noted author and public lecturer on photography to audiences around the world, Mr. Sartore has written several books that highlight his craft and his work. Among these are RARE: Portraits of America?s Endangered Species, Photographing Your Family, and Nebraska: Under a Big Red Sky.

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