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ON1 Plus Coach, Hudson Henry, covers the fundamental and advanced elements of Landscape & Travel Photography. From the ‘rule of thirds’ and the ‘exposure triangle’, all the way to traveling with gear, creating panoramic mergers, and what gear Hudson recommends for traveling. Learn how to combine all these elements to capture and create your own unique visual story. Hudson takes you on a trip into Patagonia, the Columbia River Gorge, the Oregon Coast, and various locations to teach you how to create the perfect landscape shot while traveling, or even your own backyard.

Landscape & Travel PhotographyFree Preview

ON1 Plus Coach, Hudson Henry, covers the fundamental and advanced elements of Landscape & Travel Photography. From the ‘rule of thirds’ and the ‘exposure triangle’, all the way to traveling with gear, creating panoramic mergers, and what gear Hudson recommends for traveling. Learn how to combine all these elements to capture and create your own unique...

Landscape & Travel Photography – Lesson 1: Light

Light, the most important element in every photograph.

Landscape & Travel Photography – Lesson 2: Composition

How to use lines, shapes, patterns, the ‘rule of thirds’, foregrounds, backgrounds, filling the frame, and how to use all the principles of composition.

Landscape & Travel Photography – Lesson 3: Time & Shutter Speed

Motion and Time.  One of the three points in the ‘exposure triangle’.  Blurring and freezing motion.

Landscape & Travel Photography – Lesson 4: Lenses & Filters

The window for light to get into the sensor of your camera. Video covers: different types of lenses, how we uses lenses, what to think about when buying a lens, filters, how lenses and filters can help get the image you are looking for to better tell your story.

Landscape & Travel Photography – Lesson 5: Aperture & Depth of Field

F-Stops, depth of field, and another point on the exposure triangle.

Landscape & Travel Photography – Lesson 6: Low Light & ISO

How modern sensors and modern technology allows us to capture low-light images like we never have before.  How to capture that perfect shot after a sunset.

Landscape & Travel Photography – Lesson 7: Travel Portraits

Photographing people.  How to work with people, keep them happy, the tools and gear you need, artificial vs natural light, and a different facet of the exposure triangle.

Landscape & Travel Photography – Lesson 8: Traveling with Gear

How to overcome the pains of traveling with all of your camera gear you need to do good travel and landscape photography.  Tips and tricks to get your gear to and from wherever you may be heading to, and more importantly, how to protect it while traveling.

Landscape & Travel Photography – Lesson 9: HDR Mergers

Using the contrast between shadows and foregrounds.  Capturing all the contrast and tone from a scene on location.  Bracketing and capturing what you need.  How to capture and create HDR images, as well as solve problems.

Landscape & Travel Photography – Lesson 11: Panoramic Mergers

Introduction to, and how to get involved with creating panoramic mergers.  As Hudson likes to say: “go big!”

Landscape & Travel Photography – Lesson 12: Timelapse & Video

Pushing beyond still photography. Diving into the motion side of the exposure triangle to create time-lapse and video.

Landscape & Travel Photography – Lesson 13: Telling a Visual Story

Putting together all the elements of your photographic vision to tell the story you want to tell.

Landscape & Travel Photography – Lesson 13: Exposure Triangle

A must know for all photographers. The basic way to express the variables that go into exposure.

Landscape & Travel Photography – Lesson 14: Gear

What’s the right gear you need? What can you live without? How to make the most of what you have and what to look for.

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