Composing Classic Landscapes

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Craftsy online courses
Craftsy provides education and tools to help you bring your creativity to life.
Craftsy provides education and tools to help you bring your creativity to life.
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Arts & Design
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Explore the art of landscape photography guided by award-winning photographer Adam Jones, and master focus, exposure and composition for compelling shots of nature's splendor. Surrounded by the beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains, you'll learn how to use your RGB and luminance histograms to ensure perfectly- lit photos in fog, sun and flat light. Delve into zoom and telephoto lenses for precise framing of your scene, and discover how to design eye-catching landscape photos that showcase your surroundings and your creativity. Find out why a polarizer is one of the most powerful tools in a photographer's arsenal, and combine it with a density filter to take riveting motion shots of waterfalls. Don't settle for standard shots--learn the keys behind dramatic compositions that bring landscape photos to life!
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