Big Picture Photography: Shooting Landscapes from New Heights [Video]
19 January 2016, 16:09
MP4, AVC, 1280x720 | AAC, 64 kbps, 2 Ch | 40 mins | 736.86MB
Join Michael Yamashita, a 30-year veteran photographer for National Geographic, as he takes you on a landscape photography journey through what he calls “cheap aerials.”
Whether you’re using a ladder, climbing a hill or a rooftop, or boarding a fixed-wing aircraft, Michael shares his secrets, stories and pro tips from three decades of shooting captivating images around the globe.
In this inspiring 40-minute class, you’ll learn what equipment and settings Michael uses for the job, what times of day are perfect for shooting aerial landscapes, and how he composes the perfect shot in his mind’s eye even before clicking the shutter — as well as fun stories along the way as Michael shows why rules are meant to be broken.
The class will empower you to look for light, pattern and scale to create stunning, big-picture imagery that inspires awe in your audience.
Some photography experience is helpful in order to participate in this class, but not required — anyone with a desire to improve their landscape photo skills is encouraged to join.
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