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Landscape Photography Overview

  • Immerse yourself in nature and landscape photography.
  • Familiarise yourself with photography equipment and use it like a pro.
  • Get to know the different photography accessories to achieve great results
  • Discover the fundamentals of advanced photography.
  • Learn how to use various shooting methods to achieve excellent results.
  • Learn the pros and cons of different equipment to photograph beautiful landscapes.
  • Boost your photo-editing skills

Course Content

  • Introduction to Nature Photography

This section will introduce you to what’s inside the course. You will get to know the various camera equipment and explore what it takes to take fantastic shots of nature.

  • What Is Landscape Photography?

This session will explain what landscape photography entails. You’ll learn what to do and what not to do while photographing landscapes with your camera. It will introduce you to the important aspects of landscape photography that you need to shoot excellent landscape images.

  • Overall

To take perfect shots, you must be aware of all the equipment. This lecture covers all the equipment required for nature and landscape photography. We will also be discussing the pros and cons between various cameras in precise concepts.

  • Camera

Going through this session, you’ll figure out what kind of camera you’ll need for landscape photography. You will identify what lenses are required for landscape photography, and get some idea of what camera to purchase that fits your needs.

  • Sensors

You must be perplexed when it comes to choosing your camera. This tutorial will explain the difference between sensors in cameras and the advantages they have so that you can select the best camera for nature and landscape photography.

  • Lenses

In photography, lenses are the most essential piece of equipment. You must spend more money in lenses instead of the body of the camera to achieve best results. This tutorial will discuss the reasons you should spend more money on lenses. It will introduce you to a few camera lenses and go through their features in more detail in subsequent lessons.

  • Pro vs Budget Lenses

In the previous session, we spoke about a few different camera lenses. In this lesson, we have compared a pro level lens to a budget level lens and discussed some of their features.

  • Prime Lenses

A detailed understanding of various types of lenses is vital to become a good photographer. This tool will help you figure out what a prime lens is and why you should use one. It will inform you of the types of shots that prime lenses are capable of producing.

  • Tripods

Landscape photography necessitates the use of a tripod. This lesson goes through the categories of a budget, midrange, and professional tripod. The information we provide will assist you in selecting the best tripod for your needs.

  • Filters

Filters help enhance the final look of landscape images. Choosing the right filter can be an uphill task. This tutorial will introduce you to different landscape photography filters and help you determine which one is the best.

  • Other Accessories

In this section, you will learn about some additional accessories that make landscape photography so much easier.

  • Introduction

In the introductory session, you will be exposed to the three fundamental aspects of photography in order to make learning simpler in subsequent lessons. The fundamental aspects are ISO, aperture and shutter speed that make the exposure traingle.

  • ISO

We’ve given you an overview of ISO in the introductory session; This session will explain ISO in simple terms to provide you with a secure understanding of the setting.

  • ISO Practical

There’s still a lot more to learn about ISO. In this section, you’ll learn more about ISO and gain the skills to determine what ISO to use for landscape photography.

  • ISO Practical Night

You’ve learned a great deal about ISO so far. In this session, you will learn which ISO setting to use to shoot pictures at night. 

  • Shutter Speed

We will guide you on shutter speed in the tutorial since you’re done learning ISO. You’ll discover how to adjust shutter speed to achieve the ideal exposure. 

  • Practical of Shutter Speed

It’s important to understand how to set the shutter speed. In this lesson, you will learn how to adjust shutter speed while capturing a normal landscape photography image.

  • Shutter Speed Waterfall

To photograph waterfalls, you’ll need a quick shutter speed. This tool will teach you how to make quick adjustments on shutter speed to take lovely water fall images.

  • Aperture

You have already covered the two components of the exposure triangle, that is, ISO and shutter speed. This lesson will equip you with a solid understanding of aperture. 

  • Practical Aperture

Now that you have a basic understanding of aperture, you can move on to the next step.This tutorial will show you how to use the aperture setting in landscape photography.

  • Aperture Low Light Photography

It’s crucial to properly set the aperture when photographing landscapes. In this section, you will learn how to set the aperture for low light photography

  • Exposure Triangle

In the previous lessons, you’ve learned a lot about the three elements of the exposure triangle individually and identified how each element works. This lesson will illustrate what an exposure triangle is and how it works.

  • Aperture Priority

At this point, you have a very good understanding of the exposure traingle.This lesson will explain what is aperture priority and why is it the most preferred shooting mode.

  • Introduction

You’re approaching a more advanced level of understanding. At this point, you will be exposed to some advanced basics of camera that’s going to take your landscape photography to the next level. 

  • Histogram

For perfect landscape photography, you must be conscious of a number of factors.This section explains what is a histogram and the purpose of histogram in landscape photography. 

  • Expose to the Right

Going through this lesson, you will get the professional tips for reading a histogram. You will learn how to  expose to the right and explore the reasons to expose. 

  • Metering Modes

It’s time to brush up on your knowledge of metering modes. This lesson explains what are metering modes and what metering modes should you use for your landscape photography. 

  • Exposure Compensation

This tutorial covers a more advanced technique, which is exposure compensation. You will learn how to set exposure compensation and gain some knowledge on its functionalities.

  • RAW vs JPEG

This lesson guides you on the differences between RAW and JPEG files.You will be able to explore what format you should use while taking landscape images. 

  • What is RAW?

Through this lesson, you will identify why you should shoot images in raw. It will take you through several images in raw to enhance your understanding of the topic. 

  • Dynamic Range

You’re progressing to a higher level of learning. This lesson describes what dynamic range is and why is it so important in landscape photography.

  • White Balance

The previous lesson provided you with some background on raw files. In this tutorial, you’ll discover what white balance is and identify whether or not it’s important in landscape photography.

  • Introduction to Focusing

From the previous lessons, you are already aware of the importance of focusing on landscape photography. This segment will introduce you to what you need to know about focusing.

  • Hyperfocal Distance vs Single Point

You will be introduced to the different points of focusing in this section. Hyperfocal distance and single point will be explained individually and compared so that you know which point of focusing to use. 

  • Aperture in Focusing

You’re progressing with your understanding of focusing. This lesson aims to enhance your understanding of aperture in focusing. 

  • Aperture, Focusing & Lens

Landscape photography has its own set of difficulties. This segment will explain aperture, focusing and lens individually that you need  to overcome the challenges of landscape photography.

  • Focusing with a Wide-Angle Lens

You’ve already absorbed a great deal about focusing. This lesson provides you with some practical knowledge of focusing. You will have a thorough understanding of focusing with a wide angle lens. 

  • Focusing For Telephoto Photography

You’ve learned how to focus with a wide lens in the previous lesson. It’s time you gain some knowledge of focusing with a telephoto lens. This tool provides you with the focusing techniques for telephoto photography.

  • What is a Polarizing Filter?

Landscape photography requires the use of filters to enhance its beauty. This section will guide you in every possible way to provide you with a solid understanding of polarising filters and their benefits..

  • How a Polarizer Works Near Waterfalls

In the previous lesson, you were given an overview of polarizing filters. You will now be guided on how polariser works in different situations of landscape photography. You’ll learn how to better your waterfall photography by using a polarizing filter.

  • How a Polarizer Works Reducing Haze

There are many advantages of using a polarizing filter. In this section, you will learn how to use a polarizing filter to cut through the haze.

  • What is Nd Filter?

The previous lessons have taught you a lot about polarizing filters and their benefits. In this section, you will be thoroughly introduced to ND filters. This tutorial will explain why you should use ND filters and how it can improve your landscape photography. 

  • Nd Filter to Achieve Silky Water

After you get an overview of the ND filters, we will teach you how to add effects on your landscape images with ND filters. This tutorial demonstrates the procedure of achieving silky water effect with ND filters.

  • What is Color Cast?

We have tried our level best to provide you with a secure understanding of ND filters in the earlier section. However, you should be aware of the drawbacks of using ND filters. In this section, we will be discussing colour cast and what negative impacts it brings to your landscape images.

  • Introduction to Exposure

In this section, you’ll gain practical understanding of exposure in landscape photography. It will discuss the important factors in photography that will allow you to take your boring photos to a whole new level.

  • Dynamic Range & Expose to the Right

This lesson provides you with an excellent understanding of dynamic range in photography. Moreover, it will expose the key terms you need to know about exposing to the right.

  • The Impact of Light in Photography

Going through this lesson, you will learn the importance of light and see what difference it can make when photographing landscapes. You’ll identify how the same image can look different in different times of the day.

  • Finding the Correct Light

We’ve discussed the importance of light and what difference it makes in landscape photography in the earlier section. It’s time you put your  knowledge into practice. This lesson will guide you on how to find the correct light for landscape photography.

  • Single Exposure Sunset

Photographing in sunset is an uphill task. There are a lot of tips and techniques  for shooting proper landscape images in the sunset. This lesson explains sunset photography and teaches you how to capture great sunset images in a single exposure.

  • Why Exposure Bracketing Helps You to Take Better Image

You’ve learned a lot about exposure till now. To enhance your knowledge and expertise, we will explain the fundamentals of exposure in this section and explain why it helps you take better images.

  • Introduction

This lesson lets you identify the basic compositions skills that you need to take your landscape photography to a whole new level.

  • Element of Composition

After taking you through the basic compositions skills, we will provide you with a sound understanding of the elements of composition to get the best results out of composition..

  • Rules of Third

To delve deeper into composition, there’s a must known  rule that you have to understand. In this lesson, we will explain what is the rule of Thirds and how do you implement it into your photography. 

  • Framing a Subject

You’re progressing with your composition knowledge.In this section, you will learn how to frame a subject inside of the composition. 

  • Leading Lines

This section covers the importance of leading lines in landscape photography. It will help you determine which leading lines to include and guide you on how to use leading lines for better compositions.

  • Diagonals

You are learning the fundamental techniques to better your composition. In this section, we will take you through the importance of using diagonals in photography composition and teach you how to use them.

  • Using S and Z curves

You need to know the different composition techniques to better your landscape images. This lesson aims to enhance your understanding of using S and V curves.

  • Changing Perspective with Different Focal Ranges

You are learning new skills in every session. At this point, you should start getting creative with different focal ranges. In this section, you’ll delve deeper into perspective and focal length.

  • Changing Perspective through Framing

You’re getting closer to mastering composition. This section guides you on how to change composition completely through framing.

  • Simple Reflection Photography

In this section, you will explore the simplest compositions that you can achieve in nature photography. You will learn the tactics and techniques to capture reflection images.

  • Wide-Angle Photography

In this advanced section of composition,  you will learn what is a wide angle and what type of pictures can a wide angle take. It will provide you with some exciting tips to better your wide angle landscape photography. 

  • Telephoto Photography

There’s a lot to uncover in this module. In this section you will learn what are the key aspects you need to look for in the composition and what are the best camera settings to use to create better compositions using a telephoto lens. 

  • Focus Stacking

In this section, you’ll deep dive into what is focus stacking and learn the methods and techniques on how to focus stack your photos.

  • Panoramic

This lesson guides you on how to shoot a panoramic image. You will learn what settings you should use to get excellent results .

  • Creating Sales

Creating sales in landscape photography is an uphill task. This section aims to equip you with the fundamental knowledge and skills of creating bsales to help make that process easier. 

  • Minimalist Nature Photography

This section introduces you to minimalist nature photography. You will come to grips with the specific skills to create simple and beautiful images using minimalist photography.

  • Creating Leading Lines from Long Exposure

We have explained leading lines and their benefits in the previous lesson, To develop your skill set, this lesson guides you on creating leading lines from long exposure.

  • Introduction to Photo Editing

You’ve learned a lot about photography and camera techniques. It’s time you bring life to your pictures with photo editing. This lesson teaches you the important aspects in photo editing and introduces you to the photo editing tools.

  • Editing in Lightroom

In this section, you’ll dive into editing in Lightroom. You will get familiar with its functionalities and learn how to edit photos like professionals. 

  • Global Adjustment

We aim to guide you in every possible way to enhance your editing skills. This lesson covers what are the global edits and how to make global adjustments.

  • Local Adjustment

Once you gain some knowledge of global adjustments, you will be better capable of learning how to make local adjustments. This lesson teaches you how to make local adjustments in Lightroom.

  • Histogram (Expose to the Right)

We have explained Histogram, dynamic range and exposing to the right in the previous lessons.This lesson will help you implement all the information you got into practice to bring the best possible results.

  • Grab Filter Effect

Learning new skills is vital in enhancing your editing capabilities. In this tutorial, we will show you how to edit an overall image by emphasizing the grab filter.

  • Editing an Image like a Professional

This tutorial will give you some expert advice on how to get the most out of your editing software that you need to edit images like professionals..

  • How to Focus Stack

You are developing your editing skills in every step of your learning. You will learn how to focus stack as you progress through this tutorial.

  • How to Remove Color Cast

We’ve already discussed color cast and its consequences. In this lesson, you will learn the simplest ways of removing colour cast with your editing software

  • How to Blend Multiple Image

You’re nearly done with your session. This section will guide you through blending multiple HDR images in your editing software.

  • How to Stitch a Pano

We have previously guided you on how to shoot panoramic images and what are the benefits of panoramic images. We will conclude this session by providing you with a rock solid understanding of how to stitch a pano. You’ll discover how to use your editing software to merge several panoramic images like professionals.

Course Curriculum

Unit 01: Introduction
Module 01: Introduction to Nature Photography 00:02:00
Module 02: What Is Landscape Photography? 00:01:00
Unit 02: Photography Equipment
Module 01: Overall 00:01:00
Module 02: Camera 00:02:00
Module 03: Sensors 00:02:00
Module 04: Lenses 00:03:00
Module 05: Pro vs Budget Lenses 00:03:00
Module 06: Prime Lenses 00:02:00
Module 07: Tripod 00:03:00
Module 08: Filters 00:02:00
Module 09: Other Accessories 00:04:00
Unit 03: Camera Basic
Module 01: Introduction 00:01:00
Module 02: ISO 00:03:00
Module 03: ISO Practical 00:03:00
Module 04: ISO Practical Night 00:02:00
Module 05: Shutter Speed 00:01:00
Module 06: Practical of Shutter Speed 00:03:00
Module 07: Shutter Speed Waterfall 00:04:00
Module 08: Aperture 00:03:00
Module 09: Practical Aperture 00:05:00
Module 10: Aperture Low Light Photography 00:03:00
Module 11: Exposure Triangle 00:03:00
Module 12: Aperture Priority 00:03:00
Unit 04: Advanced Camera Basics
Module 01: Introduction 00:02:00
Module 02: Histogram 00:03:00
Module 03: Expose to the Right 00:02:00
Module 04: Metering Modes 00:02:00
Module 05: Exposure Compensation 00:02:00
Module 06: RAW vs JPEG 00:03:00
Module 07: What is RAW? 00:02:00
Module 08: Dynamic Range 00:03:00
Module 09: White Balance 00:03:00
Unit 05: Focusing
Module 01: Introduction to Focusing 00:01:00
Module 02: Hyperfocal Distance vs Single Point 00:03:00
Module 03: Aperture in Focusing 00:02:00
Module 04: Aperture, Focusing & Lens 00:03:00
Module 05: Focusing with a Wide-Angle Lens 00:05:00
Module 06: Focusing For Telephoto Photography 00:04:00
Unit 06: Filters
Module 01: What is a Polarizing Filter? 00:02:00
Module 02: How a Polarizer Works Near Waterfalls 00:03:00
Module 03: How a Polarizer Works Reducing Haze 00:03:00
Module 04: What is Nd Filter? 00:02:00
Module 05: Nd Filter to Achieve Silky Water 00:04:00
Module 06: What is Color Cast? 00:02:00
Unit 07: Exposure
Module 01: Introduction to Exposure 00:01:00
Module 02: Dynamic Range & Expose to the Right 00:04:00
Module 03: The Impact of Light in Photography 00:03:00
Module 04: Finding the Correct Light 00:04:00
Module 05: Single Exposure Sunset 00:04:00
Module 06: Why Exposure Bracketing Helps You to Take Better Image 00:05:00
Unit 08: Composition
Module 01: Introduction 00:01:00
Module 02: Element of Composition 00:03:00
Module 03: Rules of Third 00:04:00
Module 04: Farming a Subject 00:02:00
Module 05: Leading Lines 00:05:00
Module 06: Diagonals 00:03:00
Module 07: Using S and Z curves 00:05:00
Module 08: Changing Perspective with Different Focal Ranges 00:05:00
Module 09: Changing Perspective through Framing 00:02:00
Module 10: Simple Reflection Photography 00:03:00
Unit 09: Advanced Composition
Module 01: Wide-Angle Photography 00:04:00
Module 02: Telephoto Photography 00:06:00
Module 03: Focus Stacking 00:12:00
Module 04: Panoramic 00:07:00
Module 05: Creating Scales 00:03:00
Module 06: Minimalist Nature Photography 00:04:00
Module 07: Creating Leading Lines from Long Exposure 00:04:00
Unit 10: Photo Editing
Photo Submission
Module 02: Editing in Lightroom 00:06:00
Module 03: Global Adjustment 00:21:00
Module 04: Local Adjustment 00:12:00
Module 05: Histogram (Expose to the Right) 00:07:00
Module 06: Grab Filter Effect 00:12:00
Module 07: Editing an Image like a Professional 00:17:00
Module 08: How to Focus Stack 00:12:00
Module 09: How to Remove Color Cast 00:04:00
Module 10: How to Blend Multiple Image 00:05:00
Module 11: How to Stitch a Pano 00:07:00
Submit Your Photos 00:00:00

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