VIDEOTUTORIAL BUNDLE
LONG EXPOSURE SEASCAPE

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VIDEOTUTORIAL CONTENT

This bundle includes 3 different parts, of which each part is made up of several videos as well. 

In the first one I show you how to plan your seascape pictures and how different exposure times effect your image. I also show you how you have to use ND-Filters and other important things to shoot a seascape.

The second one is about finding the right composition to work with waves and flowing water at the beach in a Singleshot.

In the last one I show you how to shoot pictures with high dynamic range in a multi exposure and how to merge different exposures together.

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WHAT YOU’RE GOING TO LEARN

Seascape Main Explanation

  1. Seascape Introduction 
  2. ND-Filter explanation 
  3. On-Location Explanation Exposure Time 
  4. My Bag
  5. Hiking Clothes

In the ND-Filter explanation video I talk about the use of ND-Filters, show you which equipment I use and many other important background informations. 

During the On-Location part I explain on-site how to use apps like „Photopills“ (sun position planning) and „Tides Planner“ to be at the right time on the right spot.

Afterwards I explain the use of ND filters and show how different exposure times effect the image.

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Singleshot

  1. Introduction 
  2. On-Location 
  3. Editing 

Here I explain on-site what it takes to create a nice composition with flowing water on the shore. 

After that I show what’s important to shoot the perfect Singleshot.

In the editing part I demonstrate how to edit a picture with Lightroom, Photoshop and the plugins of the DXO Nick Collection.

I also show you how I work with my AF-Panel to create Luminosity Masks and use them to edit bright and dark areas separately.

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Multi Exposure

  1. Introducing 
  2. Background Explanation
  3. On-Location 
  4. Editing 

In the explanation part I talk about when and why you should work with multiple exposures to achieve the best quality result and handle high dynamic range. I explain what ETTR (Expose to the Right) is and why dark areas in an image cannot be brightened without loss of quality.

On location I demonstrate how I expose the different areas in the image and what I pay attention to.

During the editing part I then show how all the exposures are edited with Lightroom, Photoshop and the plugins of the DXO Nick Collection.

I also show you how I work with my AF-Panel to create Luminosity Masks and use them to edit bright and dark areas separately.

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