The Outdoor Enthusiast's Guide to Photography + Motion
Great outdoor photography starts with a love of adventure and exploration. Learn to maximize your skills and optimize your potential with this complete guide to capturing photos and video in the great outdoors. Award-winning photographer and filmmaker Ian Shive will go in-depth on how to create a story through stills and motion in any environment.
Through 20 lessons, Ian will cover scouting and planning, capturing photo and video, and understanding how to get an audience for your final project.
For four weeks, Ian will be your outdoor guide to capturing the beauty and greatness in nature. If you have a love for nature or adventure, join this class to learn how to turn your passion and social media posts into profit or exposure.
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Photographing America's National Parks
Shooting and teaching from two of the world’s most pristine parks, Olympic National Park and Mt. Rainier National Park, award-winning photographer Ian Shive will teach you new ways to create outdoor photographs that are powerful, captivating and fresh.
You'll explore key elements of great outdoor photography including: composition, working a scene, selecting exposure, using filters to manage natural light, and scouting a great location. Then you'll learn how to put it all together to tell a story in a single image or series. After spending time in the field, Ian will move into the studio and present on the equally important tasks of managing and editing your work from the field.
Ian will show you how to capture images that are both technically and emotionally engaging. Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to learn how to document the beauty of the great outdoors, in camera. This workshop is only available as a creativeLIVE eLearning package and includes over 35 individual videos and numerous bonus features. Click below to learn more or purchase.
Topics covered in the Course
- How to prepare for a National Park shoot
- How to scout locations
- All you need to know about
- How to work a scene
- How to document campfire scenes
- How to capture wildflowers and macros
- How to capture and edit startrail images
- How to photograph rivers and waterfalls
- Ian's image editing workflow
- How to sell your work