Join Ben Long for an in-depth discussion in this video Evaluating the shoot, part of Travel Photography: Mountains and Snow Landscapes.
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…I think I've done shooting in a way, you're never done shooting.…I might step outside and the light reveals something perfect.…But I don't have any other actual expeditions…planned for this trip in fact, I'm leaving tomorrow.…So yesterday was my last day of shooting.…Went back to White Wolf, which was the first place that I'd…gone shooting, the place that was in the middle of a blizzard.…And wow, it was unrecognizable.…It was a completely different experience.…In fact, it was what I thought…winter landscape shooting was going to be all along.…
I guess it was one of the two things I thought.…The, the first day there was what I feared it would be…which was snow blowing in my face and the second day was,…what I had hoped it would be, which was the snow covered…landscape that was very simplified because of the presence of the snow.…I did a lot of other obviously winter landscape shooting…in between, and what I'd like about yesterday was I…was up out of the dense forest and I just felt like I had a lot more to work with.…
In this course, photographer, author, and educator Ben Long takes a trip to Lake Tahoe to explore winter shooting at various times of the day. He also shows techniques for post-processing winter scenes to make them look their best.