Check Out My Beginner Landscape Photography Class
I’m thrilled to announce that my Landscape Photography Basics class is now up on the Kelby Training Online website. First, this isn’t the class I posted about a while back, where I asked for your ideas on what to cover. That class is actually done, and scheduled for release in the next few weeks. This class comes before that so I thought it would be a good idea to release it first. It’s, well, as the name implies a basics class and helps fulfill our Kelby Training Beginners curriculum.
I came up with the outline by sitting down with some new photographers, and asking them what kinds of things they wanted to know about shooting landscape and outdoor photography. Gear was a big question. Tripods and getting sharp photos came up a lot. Filters too. And camera settings and composition were all big topics they asked about. So I put together a very short class to cover all of the basics. You’ll learn just enough of what you need to get started. From there, you can watch any number of the existing landscape classes on Kelby Training, as well as check out my upcoming classes.
The class is 1 hour and 4 minutes, so it’s a quick and easy class to watch. I think it’s got a huge amount of information in it for anyone that wants to get started in landscape photography and I’m already hearing great reviews from it.
You’ve got a few different ways to watch the class.
1. Subscribe to Kelby Training for a year ($199)
2. Buy the class outright ($49)
3. Subscribe monthly ($25)
4. Rent the class for $6.99
Here’s the link to the class page on Kelby Training’s website. I hope you’ll stop in and check it out. Have a good one!