Shooting Intimate Landscapes

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Turn the ordinary into the extraordinary! See beauty on a small scale and find intimate landscapes anywhere with photographer Rob Sheppard.

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Turn the ordinary into the extraordinary! See beauty on a small scale and find intimate landscapes anywhere with photographer Rob Sheppard.

The Elements of a Good Photograph

What makes a good photo? Learn how Rob defines an intimate landscape and makes creative choices to “find the picture.”

Finding Subject Matter

See what’s in Rob’s gear bag, including mirrorless DSLM cameras and a quality tripod. Evaluate potential subjects and learn to say no when the shot’s not right.

Composition

Good composition lets your photo speak to the viewer. You’ll learn to “get out of the middle,” add dimension and movement, and ignore the Rule of Thirds.

Seeing Light

Evaluate and adjust the natural light elements in your photo. Rob shows you how to use front and back lighting to compose, and get the most from your LCD.

Exposure & White Balance

Improve your control of exposure and white balance. You’ll understand what your histograms are telling you and how to handle challenges like moving water.

Depth of Field

Go beyond the f-stop to change the feel of your photos. Rob shows you how to adjust depth of field through lens choice, angle and distance.

Using Wide-Angle Lenses

Explore the possibilities of wide and super-wide (fisheye) lenses. Rob demonstrates when moving beats zooming to change a shot.

Using Telephoto Lenses

Unleash the power of telephoto and zoom lenses to compose better photographs. Small changes in position, focal length and aperture make a big difference.

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