Are you overwhelmed by your camera? There's no need to be. Learn the most essential techniques and settings to create captivating landscape images.
In this course you'll not only learn the craft of image making, you'll discover the art of expressing your vision.
The entire course takes place on location in Penang, Malaysia. Learn in a real-world setting in one of Asia's most enchanting countries.
Duration: 10 min.
This unit covers proper use of tripods, lens cleaning, the mirror up setting, live view and manual focus for greater accuracy, and cable releases.
Duration: 12 min.
This module examines cameras, lenses, accessories, tripods, and camera bags.
Duration: 21 min.
Learn how to make your images more dynamic with the rule of thirds & halves, color contrast, tonal contrast, leading lines, and element placement.
Duration: 24 min.
Learn about aperture & depth of field, shutter speed, ISO, RAW vs JPEG, basic editing of a RAW image in Lightroom, and virtual horizon.
Duration: 8 min.
Learn how to use the Internet and social media to get inspired and research potential photo locations.
Duration: 11 min.
This module covers the latest in photography app technology such as The Photographer's Epherimis, PhotoPills, and more.
About Your Instructor
I'm Pete DeMarco, former English teacher turned full time photographer. The start of my photographic journey 10 years ago was an epic fail! So I spent more money to upgrade my camera and lenses. It didn't make a difference.
Only until I realized that better gear would not make me a better photographer, the same way a nicer stove won't make my meals any more delicious, did I begin to improve.
My photos then appeared in magazines, in articles for CNN and Digital Photography School, on ads for Fortune 500 companies, and even in National Geographic for winning their photo contest.
It was great, but nothing like the satisfaction I get when I express my creative vision through images, especially when it resonates with others.
Course instructor Pete DeMarco.
Try the course risk free for 60 days. If it doesn't meet your expectations, just send me a message and I'll refund your money, no questions asked.
There's a saying that the best camera is the one you have with you. You'll get the most out of the course if you have a camera that you can control the settings with.
These include but are not limited to point-and-shoot cameras like the Sony Cybershot or Canon Powershot, micro four thirds, DSLRs, and mirrorless cameras.
I mainly teach the course with a Nikon D610 although there are some scenes where I use a mirrorless Sony A7ii.
The next most important piece of gear after your camera is a tripod. You will still find the course helpful even if you don't own a tripod. However, having one will greatly increase the quality of your photos and opportunities to shoot in low-light situations.
This course is not about mobile phone photography. On the other hand, many of the concepts taught, like composition for instance, can be applied when photographing with your cell phone.
Once you buy the course, you're given a link to download it. It's then yours to keep.
If you're not satisfied with the course just send an email or fill out the contact form. You'll get a full refund within 1-2 business days, no questions asked, as long as it's within 60 days of your purchase date.
This course is for novice landscape photographers. If for whatever reason it's too easy or difficult, just ask for a refund per the details in the question above.
Once you purchase the course, I'll send you an invitation for the live Q&A Session, as well as confirm the weekly meeting time. You don't need any special equipment, just an Internet connection.