Landscape Photography: Washington’s Olympic National Park

Landscape Photography: Washington’s Olympic National Park

Landscape Photography: Washington's Olympic National Park is an Intermediate level course on Photography, created by the creator, Justin Reznick. This course is an essential step for an individual who needs to sharpen his/her Photography expertise. It gives you a thorough grip on Cameras + Gear, Photography, Raw Processing, Photoshop, Cameras + Gear, Photography, Raw Processing and Photoshop.

Free Download - Landscape Photography: Washington’s Olympic National Park
Author Justin Reznick
Publish Date 1/30/2015
Skill Intermediate
Duration 2h 18m
Topic Cameras + Gear
Video Tutorials 35
Last Update N/A

What are the best ways to capture lush, green, and often rainy landscapes? Find out by traveling with photographer and educator Justin Reznick to the spectacular Olympic National Park, where he explores three unique regions. First he journeys into the Sol Duc Valley, home of famous forests, creeks, and waterfalls. He brings three lenses—wide angle, telephoto, and macro—to shoot the valley from a variety of perspectives and focal lengths. Then he lands on Second Beach, experimenting with various foreground-and-background compositions. Last, Justin investigates the Hoh Rain Forest, where he shows how to shoot landscapes in the rain and introduces one more vital piece of equipment: the tilt-shift lens. In the final chapter, he reviews the selects from the shoot and the post-processed results.

Topics include:

  • Defining the HIPS acronym for the shooting workflow
  • Taking a serene shot of a creek
  • Shooting waterfalls
  • Isolating trees in a forest
  • Getting a macro shot of the forest floor
  • Shooting reflective pools
  • Using a tilt-shift lens for a panorama
  • Shooting fall foliage
  • Comparing polarized shots

Landscape Photography: Washington’s Olympic National Park : Video Lessons

  • Welcome1m 36s
  • Introducing the Sol Duc Valley1m 54s
  • Defining the HIPS acronym for the shooting workflow2m 9s
  • Taking a serene water shot in a flowing creek4m 55s
  • Creating a more powerful foreground-to-background relationship5m 11s
  • Setting up the shot of the falls on the bridge1m 45s
  • Taking a shot of the falls from the center of the bridge4m 56s
  • Shooting the falls wide from a different perspective3m 1s
  • Using a long lens to try to get the look of a miniature ice village4m 41s
  • Isolating the mossy trees in a busy forest3m 47s
  • Compressing the depth of the forest to get the composition4m 51s
  • Getting a macro shot on the forest floor4m 36s
  • Wrapping up the Sol Duc Valley shoot location53s
  • Post-processing on the water shot from the creek14m 33s
  • Applying a recipe to the post work on an image3m 31s
  • Reviewing other post-processing tips for the Sol Duc images5m 44s
  • Shooting reflective pools with a foreground-and-background relationship in mind4m 4s
  • Shooting water channels in the foreground3m 7s
  • Working with S curves and triangles in the composition2m 37s
  • Using a neutral-density filter to get a silky ocean-wave image4m 51s
  • Shooting the sea stacks from within the water2m 46s
  • Blending two images to achieve the look7m
  • Finalizing the post-process image blend5m 48s
  • Introducing the Hoh Rain Forest location and shoot plan2m 56s
  • Isolating elements in the Hoh Rain Forest first shot3m 36s
  • Isolating a tree as a subject in the composition5m 9s
  • Shooting trees in the Hall of Mosses with a long lens2m 41s
  • Using the pathway as a leading line1m 59s
  • Using a long lens to isolate patterns in the moss4m 56s
  • Using a tilt-shift lens to correct distortion in the forest image4m 41s
  • Using the tilt-shift lens for a panorama3m 22s
  • Finding a shot of fall-foliage color in the Hoh Rain Forest2m 33s
  • Comparing shots with polarization1m 38s
  • Stitching the tilt-shift panorama3m 21s
  • Final image review and selects from the shoot3m 22s

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