Winter Photography Basics - Video Course

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IMPROVE YOUR WINTER PHOTOGRAPHY

Mesmerized by the magic of winter but unable to translate what you see into a well-composed image? Then this course is for you!

Follow along in a mix of Studio lessons, Field lessons, and Exercises, as Carl shares with you "Everything you need to know" for taking control of your camera, shooting full manual, and capturing killer winter images + Best Tips & Tricks from the field.

Learn in just a few hours what has taken us years of trial and error, with tips gathered by working alongside renowned winter photographers.

9 Chapters (22 video lessons): Everything You Need to Know About Winter Photography

6 CHEAT SHEETS: Summary of Key Learnings on Composition, Aperture, ISO, Shutter Speed, Focusing, and Post Processing in Lightroom.

3 BONUSES: Winter Photography Presets for Lightroom, Winter Gear Packing List, A Photographer's Guide to Shooting Video


Fast Track your Winter Photography Skills

What you'll learn:

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Joao Marques

Great Products!!!

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Becki Carrington
Warm hands every time

Had my Vallerret gloves for Christmas but finally got to test them on a recent visit to Krakow in Poland. Temperature down to -2. My hands were always warm in my new gloves and the flip back fingers and thumbs make it so easy to operate my D850 without getting cold hands. Excellent product.

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Lukas
Fun and informative

It is a good start if you want to improve your photography! Also Carl is a fun guy to listen to and I really got some tips to improve. The full manual shoot was pretty cool to, lots of tips and tricks in it!

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Paul
Ipshoot

Think they are great, nice fit, warm, will made. Swift delivery.

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elaine flournoy
Good stuff

I enjoyed going through the course. There was a lot of useful information from clothes layering to way more. The photography info was really well done and the composition ideas very useful.

I liked that it was short and yet complete.

I will refer back often.

I should say that I’m relatively new to photography and living in Denver gives me a lot of chances to work in the cold.