Join Justin Reznick for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a more powerful foreground-to-background relationship, part of Landscape Photography: Washington's Olympic National Park.
- (water rushes noisily)…- Now, while I was hand-holding to compose,…I found a very powerful rapid…that I think is gonna make…a excellent foreground.…This is gonna lead us…into our second type of wide-angle shot.…The first one we just did…was a serene overview.…This is an in-your-face,…foreground-to-background relationship image.…It's a more powerful image in a way.…But that's not to take away from the previous image.…
I love to approach both images in every scene…and decide later…which one works for me.…This particular rapid here…is firing off one rock,…bouncing off another,…back into the creek.…It's got what ...…It's called Finger Falls.…It's got little ribbons within itself.…It's gonna be a really great foreground.…Now, as I position my tripod in here,…I'm gonna be very close to the foreground,…which means my aperture…is gonna go from F11 to F16,…to give me that extra depth of field…so that everything's tack sharp,…front to back.…
Let's go ahead and get into position.…Now, I wanna be thorough…and also check vertical or portrait mode…
- Defining the HIPS acronym for the shooting workflow
- Taking a serene shot of a creek
- Shooting waterfalls
- Isolating trees in a forest
- Getting a macro shot of the forest floor
- Shooting reflective pools
- Using a tilt-shift lens for a panorama
- Shooting fall foliage
- Comparing polarized shots
Skill Level Intermediate
Landscape Photography: Waterfallswith Justin Reznick32m 32s Beginner
Enhancing a Landscape Photo with Lightroomwith Jan Kabili49m 43s Intermediate
Travel Photography: Mountains and Snow Landscapeswith Ben Long2h 27m Intermediate
Landscape Photography: Washington's Palouse Regionwith Justin Reznick1h 50m Intermediate
Introduction to the Olympic National Forest
1. Shooting in the Sol Duc Valley
2. Shooting Second Beach on the Olympic Peninsula
3. Shooting in the Hoh Rain Forest
4. Reviewing the Final Images
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