When it comes to landscape photography, chances are you won’t be able to control your environment. Unless you live in the area where you’re shooting and can pick the perfect day, the light and conditions you have are the light and conditions you have. In the final installment of his three-part series, Moose explores the Valley of the Gods and shows you how to deal with whatever nature throws your way. Plus, his extra-long post processing session in lesson 12 is practically a class in and of itself.
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Moose introduces the third installment of his epic class by taking you a place he never would have discovered without opening up and talking to the locals and other visitors - advice he shares with you.
The light you have the day you visit is the light you have. Moose shows you how to deal with it using easy tools, such as a polarizer, to keep it simple.
Moose makes tiny adjustments to the light and tonality of his pictures using his split grad technique covered in Romancing the Landscape Part 1.
Moose shares a variety of photos he took of the exact same subject to show you some different perspectives and how he chooses the shots he'll then process in Photoshop.
Back in Monument Valley, Moose answers an age-old question in a way that will help you capture a great landscape photo no matter where you are.
Some words of encouragement and advice to help you learn from your mistakes, make progress, and improve on your overall approach to photography.
The weather is not always perfect, even in Kelby Training land. Moose shows how he deals with the weather. Plus, cleaning your gear in the field.
Back in the studio, Moose shows you how subtle changes can make a big difference.
The vast expanse inspires Moose to shoot with a wide angle/fisheye lens and discuss controlling the horizon line.
Editing the distorted photos to create dramatic wide-angle views.
As the weather and the light changes rapidly, Moose draws your focus to the textures conditions like this can present.
In a lesson that could be an entire class by itself, Moose takes you through his post-production process.
Moose ends his three-part series with some final advice: Be inspired. Inspire others. And thanks for watching!
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,…