About CourseIn the second part of his landscape photography course, Moose Peterson continues his tour of the southwest United States, taking shots of the beautiful buttes, spires, and mesas in Monument Valley. Join Moose in the outdoors as he takes his shots and then follow Moose at his computer, processing the images in Photoshop and Camera Raw. Along the way, Moose talks about finding your own style, one-image HDR techniques, ultra wide panoramas, his choices for gear and gadgets, black and white processing, and image processing. Let Moose teach you how to bring home the big vistas so that people at home can enjoy them through your images.
- Lesson 1: Ship Rock 06:08
- Lesson 2: Ship Rock Post Production 10:50
- Lesson 3: Ultra Wide Panorama 16:13
- Lesson 4: Panorama Post Production 23:46
- Lesson 5: Ultra Wide Pano Processing 17:19
- Lesson 6: Seeing the Grandure 07:16
- Lesson 7: Border Bluff Processing 11:58
- Lesson 8: Gadgets 06:50
- Lesson 9: HDR Shot 11:02
- Lesson 10: HDR Processing 14:49
- Lesson 11: Composing a Scene in Harsh Light 14:47
- Lesson 12: Black and White Processing 20:02
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A Nikon Legend Behind the Lens, Lexar Elite Photographer, recipient of the John Muir Conservation Award, Research Associate with the Endangered Species Recovery Program, published in over 130 magazines worldwide, author of 23 books, and lecturing across the country to thousands upon thousands of photographers barely covers the work and goals of wildlife photographer Moose Peterson. One of the original Nikon shooters to receive the D1 in 1999, Moose embraced this new technology becoming the only wildlife photographer in the world to shoot strictly digital in the early years. A beta site for all the major hardware and software manufacturers, Moose continues his main goal of photographing the life history of North America's endangered wildlife and wild places using the latest tools. Creative innovation of new techniques, both behind the camera and the computer, is the driving force behind his photography and goals.