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Pearson Education Training DVD: Landscape Photography: From Snapshots to Great Shots
Training DVD: Landscape Photography: From Snapshots to Great Shots
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MFR # 9780321843166
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Landscape Photography: From Snapshots to Great Shots from Pearson Education is a training DVD that teaches you the fundamentals of landscape photography.
In this high-quality 94-minute video, pro photographer Rob Sheppard takes you on location in Sonoma, California, to demonstrate the fundamentals, including: composition, time of day, light, exposure, depth of field, sky, and space and perspective.
Beautifully photographed and packed with expert tips and techniques, this guide will help you:
• Apply the rule of thirds and arrange your composition
• Understand the importance of time of day and directional light
• Determine exposure and read your camera histogram correctly
• Use space and depth and understand how depth of field works
About the Instructor:
Rob Sheppard is also the author/photographer of over thirty photo books, including The Magic of Digital Landscape Photography, The National Geographic Field Guide to Photograph: Digital, and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for Digital Photographers Only. He was the editor of Outdoor Photographer magazine for 12 years and was the original editor ofPCPhoto (now Digital Photo). He still writes regularly for Outdoor Photographer and teaches popular workshops around the country.
Table of Contents
Approximately 1 Hour, 34 Minutes
Mac OS X