Landscape Photography: Washington's Olympic National Park
English | 2h 18m | AVC 1280x720 15&30 fps | AAC 96 Kbps 48.0 KHz | 1.45 GB
Level: Intermediate | Jan 30, 2015
What are the best ways to capture lush, green, and often rainy landscapes? Find out by traveling with photographer and educator Justin Reznick to the spectacular Olympic National Park, where he explores three unique regions. First he journeys into the Sol Duc Valley, home of famous forests, creeks, and waterfalls.
He brings three lenses-wide angle, telephoto, and macro-to shoot the valley from a variety of perspectives and focal lengths. Then he lands on Second Beach, experimenting with various foreground-and-background compositions. Last, Justin investigates the Hoh Rain Forest, where he shows how to shoot landscapes in the rain and introduces one more vital piece of equipment: the tilt-shift lens. In the final chapter, he reviews the selects from the shoot and the post-processed results.
Defining the HIPS acronym for the shooting workflow
Taking a serene shot of a creek
Isolating trees in a forest
Getting a macro shot of the forest floor
Shooting reflective pools
Using a tilt-shift lens for a panorama
Shooting fall foliage
Comparing polarized shots
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