Shooting on the Road, from Gear to Wkflow with Ben Long
Duration: 3hr 8m | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 30fps | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2 ch | 3.1 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Shooting on the road, whether it's on vacation on assignment, introduces a variety of considerations f photographers of all levels. How do you ste the shots, back them up, edit and enhance images in the field, and then merge those images with your master library at home? In this course, Ben Long addresses these topics and me from the perspective of several field-shooting scenarios, including city vacationing and backcountry hiking.
The course takes a look at the hardware and software issues behind field shooting: assessing stage and backup needs, evaluating GPS geotagging options, surveying power and charging issues, and me. After discussing each of the components, Ben shows how they fit together in different field setups, ranging from an extravagant laptop-based system to a no-computer setup that backs up photos to a compact digital wallet device. The course also spotlights some wkflow strategies to consider when you get home, from transferring photos to merging them with a larger photo library.
Topics include: Selecting the right gear, from cameras to bagsBringing the right battery and stage equipmentPacking your camera bagGetting to the destination with heavy equipmentUnpacking and setting up the gearGeotagging photos on locationDownloading manuals f convenient access in the fieldWrapping up a shootUnpacking and transferring images to an editing wkstation