Capturing the gloriousness of nature is often surprisingly one of the easiest forms of photography. There are no people involved when taking pictures of a field of blooming flowers or a wave crashing onto a lonely beach, and sometimes all you have to do is set up camp and wait for the perfect moment. Of course, there’s often far more to it than just this, but if you’re still curious then keep reading to discover more on this Landscape Photography Course.
While the settings can prove easy to photograph, you’ll need to learn the advanced tips and techniques taught through this course before you’re ready to set out alone. You will first learn what sort of gear to take with you, which can depend on a multitude of factors, and how to plan your trip. After passing this, it’s time to focus on the photography, from setting up your camera and using various filters to finding the most visually striking locations. You will be taught how to shoot panoramas and wide and telephoto pictures, and the course includes lessons on shooting at different times of day and night.
But taking a good picture isn’t quite enough – editing is just as crucial a part of landscape photography as anything else. That’s why two of the five modules focus on this, providing you with a crash course on the industry-leading image editing software Adobe Lightroom. Here you can learn how to remove unwanted objects from your photos, straighten horizons and stitch together photos.
- Understand what sort of gear to pack and how to plan your trip.
- Identify which time of day or night would be best suited to taking photographs.
- Learn the basics of editing and choosing filters – knowing this will enhance your pictures.
- Develop your understanding of Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop.
- Learn how to shoot a variety of different photographs, including panoramas and telephoto pictures.
Method of Assessment:
Upon conclusion of the course, there’s an online multiple-choice quiz assessment, which will determine whether you have passed the course. The test is marked immediately and results are published instantly (60% pass mark).
Certificates can be obtained at an additional cost of £9.99 for PDF, £16.99 for Printed Hardcopy format and £24.99 for Both for Both PDF and Hardcopy Certificates.
There are no academic entry requirements for this course, and it is open to students of all academic backgrounds.
|Gear for Landscape Photography||00:04:00|
|Planning Your Trip with Will||00:02:00|
|Our Gear – What’s in Our Bag||00:05:00|
|Shooting at Sunrise||00:09:00|
|Landscape Basics & Composition||00:06:00|
|Camera Setting Refresher with Phil||00:08:00|
|Phil & Sam Go Over the Basics||00:09:00|
|How to shoot Panoramas||00:05:00|
|Wide vs. Telephoto Photographs||00:04:00|
|Using a Polarizer Filter||00:03:00|
|Intro to Editing||00:02:00|
|Adobe Lightroom Crash Course||00:14:00|
|Our Basic Landscape Editing Process||00:11:00|
|Quickly Straighten Horizons||00:01:00|
|Remove Unwanted Objects in Lightroom||00:02:00|
|Phil Edits a Landscape Photo||00:17:00|
|Sam’s Editing Workflow||00:11:00|
|WiIII’s Editing Process||00:19:00|
|All Three Edit the Same Photo||00:23:00|
|Sam Edits a Sunrise Photo||00:09:00|
|How to Create an HDR Photo in Lightroom||00:02:00|
|Stitch Together a Panorama in Lightroom||00:06:00|
|Stitch Together a Panorama in Photoshop||00:03:00|
|Exporting a Photo for Web or Print||00:10:00|
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