Using knowledge of light and sharpness, we compose by throwing out conventional wisdom and taking our landscape photography to a new level.
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Good composition is all about arranging elements in your image's foreground, middleground, and background
Go over some of the basics of depth of field; what works and why.
Adjusting depth of field and using a split grad filter
Think about your subject, about colors, about your exposure, think about depth of field; all before taking your shot
Capture a large range of light by compensating with multiple exposures.
Use the exposure tools on your digital camera to locate problem areas and fix them by taking and combining multiple exposures.
Combining horizontal and vertical planes to create an ultra-wide panorama
Use your photo-editing software to retouch the photo and lead the viewer's eye to everything you wanted to capture in the field
Now, back in the studio we can take our digital images and refine the pixel information using our software.
Using Photoshop to merge the shots into your ultra wide pano.
Putting together a pano shot with a fisheye lens.
Assembling an image that is composed of multiple exposures.
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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,…