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This premium ON1 Plus photography course is unlike any other training we’ve ever done. The core photo course combines the fundamentals you need for pre-visualizing a shoot, capturing better images and the right approach for processing those files so you achieve the best results. It is broken into four vital chapters; The Scene, Exposure, The Camera, and The Image. You’re going to learn how to connect with your subject, understand the exposure, which camera settings to use and how to take those images to the next level using ON1 Photo RAW. Download links are available below.

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Scene to Screen: Photographing the WestFree Preview

This premium ON1 Plus photography course is unlike any other training we’ve ever done. The core photo course combines the fundamentals you need for pre-visualizing a shoot, capturing better images and the right approach for processing those files so you achieve the best results. It is broken into four vital chapters; The Scene, Exposure, The...

Why Bears Ears?

Connecting with Your Subject

Composition

Light

Storytelling

Setting up and Navigating Photo RAW

Storage & Backup

Connecting

Exposure TriangleFree Preview

This video examines and explains the interaction between each of the variables we photographers use to creatively control exposure. Aperture, shutter speed and ISO. This is but one of 30 lessons in Scene to Screen: The Core Photo Course — Photographing the West, filmed and produced by Hudson Henry & Andy Atkins.

ISO

Shutter Speed

Aperture

Exposure and the Scene

Raw processing Workflow: Where and in what order?

The Journey & The Milky Way

The Lens

Camera Bodies, Camera Sensors

Metering

Focusing

Tripods

Filters

Correcting for Poor Exposures

Sharpening & Noise Reduction

Finding YOUR Image

Putting it All Together

Handheld Chasing Light

Crafting the Landscape Image

Action & Motion

People & Portrait

Start to Finish Editing w/ Example RAW files

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