FREE OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY VIDEO TUTORIALS

Check out our growing library of instructional videos on all things related to outdoor photography!  If you enjoy these videos, please consider subscribing to our channel on YouTube.  Thanks!

HOW TO USE LAYERS AND LAYERS MASKS IN PHOTOSHOP

Are you frustrated or confused about how to use layers and layer masks in Adobe Photoshop? In this video, I go over the very basics of how these helpful tools work so that you can start using them to expand your creative process  today.

HOW TO EDIT FALL PHOTOS FOR THE BEST COLOR

Follow along while I show you my step by step process for editing fall foliage images in Lightroom Classic.  

MILKY WAY SERIES - PART 1

Learn how to plan a Milky Way photo from how to find the Milky Way to how to use Photopills as part of your planning.

MILKY WAY SERIES - PART 2

Learn how to prepare yourself and your gear for a night of Milky Way photography.

MILKY WAY SERIES - PART 3

Learn how to photograph the Milky Way, including tips on creating a timelapse sequence.

WHERE TO FOCUS IN LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY

Ever get confused on where to focus in landscape photography?  This video explains what you need to know to get sharp images using the hyperfocal distance.  It’s one of our most popular videos!

HOW TO FOCUS STACK

Maximize depth of field and sharpness using this focus stacking technique.

10 ESSENTIAL TRAVEL TIPS FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS

Ten tips to make traveling with your camera gear less stressful and more efficient.

HOW TO USE EXPOSURE COMPENSATION IN LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY

Learn about exposure compensation and how and when to use it in landscape photography.

HOW TO PHOTOGRAPH FOG

Learn how to create images using fog or mist as a compositional element.

HOW TO PROTECT YOUR CAMERA IN BAD WEATHER

Bad weather (rain, snow, etc.) can be great for creating images, but is less great for our expensive equipment.  Learn how to properly protect your gear when the weather is rough.

AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY OVER KLUANE NATIONAL PARK & RESERVE

Capturing aerial images can be a challenge (especially if you get motion sick, like I do…).   Final images with camera settings are included at the end.