Learn Landscape Photography
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Learn Landscape Photography

Get inspired | Learn more | Go places
4.2 (444 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
8,601 students enrolled
Created by Ray Salisbury
Last updated 6/2017
Price: Free
  • 44 mins on-demand video
  • 4 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Know what camera gear you need for Landscape Photography
  • Understand how to plan & implement a coastal landscape shoot
  • Understand how to use aperture settings to determine the Depth of Field
  • Use composition basics such as the Rule of Thirds & Symmetry in their photos
  • Go on location with more confidence and knowledge to capture beautiful scenics
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  • You really need a a DSLR camera
  • Knowledge of the essential camera features and settings

Let's look at landscapes, the most popular type of photography. There's more to this genre than merely snapping holiday pictures of yourself outside a famous landmark. To achieve success with your scenics, you need to get the right gear, and the right techniques.

Content Overview

  • 7 short lessons on Landscape Photography, shot on location in spectacular New Zealand scenery.
  • 45 minutes of video - taught by a qualified teacher, with real-life examples.
  • 4 downloadable PDF guides - beautifully designed by a pro graphic artist
  • 1 quirky quiz - to test your memory recall

What are the requirements?

  • You need a camera - preferably a DSLR or similar.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Understand how to use a range of camera accessories to improve your Landscape Photography
  • Know how to plan & implement coastal seascape and waterfall shoots
  • Discover key compositional concepts that will greatly enhance your images
  • Understand the Depth of Field, with clear examples and graphics

What is the target audience?

  • Suitable for beginner & intermediate photography enthusiasts
Who is the target audience?
  • This course is aimed at enthusiast and intermediate photographers
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Curriculum For This Course
Introduction | about this FREE course
1 Lecture 01:13

Brief overview of what's in the course.

Introduction | what you can expect
Camera Gear & Settings | tips to fast-track your landscapes
4 Lectures 20:15
Introduction | Camera Gear & Camera Settings

Ray shows you his landscape photography kit: DSLR camera, lenses, filters, backpack, and more...

Landscape Photography | Gear you need & how to use it

Ray takes you on location, running through a 10-step process of setting up your shot.

Landscape Photography | How to plan & implement a location shoot

Ray journeys to a remote lighthouse, to explain how the Depth of Field works in a landscape photo.

Landscape Photography | the Depth of Field
Composition | how to frame your shots like a pro
5 Lectures 20:20
Introduction | Composition

Wharariki Beach is arguably the most spectacular beach in New Zealand - for landscape photographers.
Here, Ray demonstrates ways to use the ubiquitous Rule of Thirds to compose your scenic shots.

Composition | The Rule of Thirds

Breaking the Rule of Thirds, Ray shows how to get mirror-image reflections to evoke mood in your images.

Composition | Symmetry

On the mudflats of Marahau estuary, Ray demonstrates how to work a location, finding suitable compositions.

Composition | Working the location

Learn how to shoot waterfalls, and use ND filters to blur the moving water.

Composition | How to shoot a waterfall

Have you been listening? Test your memory retention with this quick, multi-choice quiz.
Ray's Quirky Quiz | PART ONE
10 questions
Resources & Courses | FREE STUFF
2 Lectures 02:32
Resources & Courses | where to find them

LOCATIONZ : landscape lessons on location

Would you like to:

  • Feel confident in post-processing your images?
  • Fulfill your potential as the photographer you know you could be?
  • Impress your family & friends with stunning images?
  • Say goodbye to disappointing, amateurish snapshots?

Here's your solution ... The ultimate masterclass in Landscape Photography

SIGN UP TO WIN A FREE ENROLLMENT ... click on the Resources tab link.

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About the Instructor
Ray Salisbury
4.2 Average rating
995 Reviews
15,663 Students
5 Courses
Tutor at Hot Pixels Photography

A keen landscape photographer for over 40 years, Ray has also inspired thousands of students as a qualified teacher. His bachelor degree in Graphic Design included two year's training in photography, and he now sells images to stock libraries and magazines.
Ray is passionate about sharing his success secrets with those of you who are not satisfied with your photos.