Landscape Photography – Ground Work, with Moose Peterson

Taking the wonder our eyes see and mind and heart records and translating that to a single click of the shutter requires a lot more than just being there.

Taking the wonder our eyes see and mind and heart records and translating that to a single click of the shutter requires a lot more than just being there.

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Course Lessons:

Lesson 1: Introduction (Duration 05:29)

Welcome to the landscape photography class

Lesson 2: Fisheye Lenses (Duration 02:55)

Moose examines fisheye lenses

Lesson 3: Ultra Wide Lenses (Duration 04:31)

Moose examines ultra wide lenses

Lesson 4: Mid Range Zoom Lenses (Duration 04:21)

Lets take a look at mid range zoom

Lesson 5: Telephoto Zoom Lenses (Duration 00:39)

Take a look at some of these super lenses

Lesson 6: Telephoto Lenses (Duration 02:00)

A look at some more high caliber equipment

Lesson 7: Forest Stream - Applying Lens Knowledge (Duration 08:29)

Now to start using some of the instruction

Lesson 8: Forest Stream - Applying the Polarizer (Duration 04:21)

Applying a polarizer to your camera lens

Lesson 9: Finishing Lesson - Images From the Lake (Duration 11:03)

Now we get back to the computer to finish up our images

Lesson 10: Finishing Lesson - Fisheye Pano (Duration 04:08)

Stitching together a panoramic shot from the fisheye lens

Lesson 11: Finishing Lesson - Bringing the Water Out of the Creek (Duration 04:22)

Here are some techniques for really accentuating parts of the image

Lesson 12: Conclusion (Duration 02:02)

Thanks for joining me, hope you learned a lot.

Meet Your Instructor: Moose Peterson

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,…

3 Comments

  1. This man is a legend. I had never heard of him before this course, but seeing his work and watching him teach has impressed me immensely. He is a gifted photographer and a great teacher. When I heard him say 'okey dokey' and call himself a 'spaz' I thought: this man either has Australian friends or he just speaks my language. By the way, Moose is a very cool name.

  2. Have gone through all of your landscape courses and learned a lot. Was wondering what the chances would be of getting a landscape course with snow? I am in Montana and do struggle with very snowy settings (with dark trees, rocks or all snow). I so enjoy Moose especially because he truly wants you to "shoot from the heart" as well as working through the technical stuff.

  3. This was a great landscape video to watch (currently loading up part 2). Some really great tips on lenses, Photoshop and how to shoot (in regards to looking around and taking in your surroundings first before composing a shot). I wrote down a lot of notes for this video, excellent inspiration for when I go out shooting.

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