Getting up early to make the most of the best light may be difficult, but the result will usually be worth it. It is early in the morning that the light is usually at its most beautiful (and there are less people to disrupt your shot).
In this photography class Karl and the team head to two locations to capture a classic Paris sunrise shot – to Palais de Chaillot and along the riverbank below the Eiffel Tower. Here you’ll see just how important planning is and how it can allow you to make the most of the limited time before the light changes.
Karl explains how to identify great locations and control the light. He also reveals exactly what equipment he takes along for work on location and the cases he uses to ensure maximum mobility.
In this travel photography class we cover the following:
- Travel photography
- Planning: How to identify good locations for photography
- How to photograph at sunrise
- Camera settings for sunrise photography
- Useful equipment for photographing on location
If you have any questions about this photography class please post in the comment box below.
NOTE: This photography class is available with subtitles.