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On Location Photography

What Is In The Bag? (10:29)
Rick opens up his camera bag and goes through the gear he uses when going out on location to shoot

Scenic Photography (03:04)
Be sure to check out all the details at a location so that you capture enough images to tell the whole story

On Location Portraiture (06:31)
Take the time to make the picture. An important part of this process is controlling the light with filters and diffusers

Indoor Low-Light Shooting (06:15)
Find a good background, set your exposure, boost your exposure, and make sure to keep your subject involved

Birds in Flight (02:52)
When shooting a fast-moving subject, shoot with a fast shutter speed in shutter priority mode

Capturing the Flavor (02:48)
It's important to keep in mind the difference between what we see and what the camera sees

Quick Tips (06:59)
Visit the gift shop and look at postcards, seek out opportunities, and remember: if you don't know, ask someone who does

Seek Out the Pictures (02:07)
Get there early, don't make hasty decisions, and take the fun shots

Single Off-Camera Flash (05:13)
Set up your lighting ahead of time, and balancing the flash with the available light

Shooting Action in Low Light (02:30)
Adjust shutter speed, move the flash, and you can lower the shutter to create an artistic effect

Before and After (01:39)
Rick shoots some Flamenco dancers in action and talks about his camera settings after the show

Animals in Captivity (05:53)
This is a great time if you have an auto exposure bracketing setting on your camera. Remember to always expose for the highlights

Action! (01:24)
You have to be ready for the action. This is especially important when shooting animals

Patience Pays (00:50)
It's a good rule of thumb to always be patient, and it's especially important when shooting wildlife

About The Instructor :

Rick Sammon, who hosts five classes on Kelby Training, has published 28 books, including Idea to Image, Rick Sammon's Travel and Nature Photography, Rick Sammon’s Complete Guide to Digital Photography 2.0, Rick Sammon’s Digital Imaging Workshops and Flying Flowers – the beauty of the butterfly.

In 2008, three Rick Sammon books will be published: Face to Face, Exploring the Light and Rick Sammon’s Pocket Guide to Travel Photography.

Rick writes for Layers magazine and gives more than a dozen photography workshops (including private workshops) and presentations around the world each year. He also presents at Photoshop World, which Rick says is a "blast."

Rick is also the author of the Canon Digital Rebel XT lessons on the Canon Digital Learning Center. He is also a Canon Explorer of Light.

When asked about his photo specialty, Rick says, "My specialty is not specializing."

See and for more information. Also check out Rick's blog at

Course Description: In this video series photographer Rick Sammon goes through some location shoots around the Tampa Bay area

Lesson 01 What Is In The Bag? (10:29)
Lesson 02 Scenic Photography (3:04)
Lesson 03 On Location Portraiture (6:31)
Lesson 04 Indoor Low-Light Shooting (6:15)
Lesson 05 Birds in Flight (2:52)
Lesson 06 Capturing the Flavor (2:48)
Lesson 07 Quick Tips (6:59)
Lesson 08 Seek Out the Pictures (2:07)
Lesson 09 Single Off-Camera Flash (5:13)
Lesson 10 Shooting Action in Low Light (2:30)
Lesson 11 Before and After (1:39)
Lesson 12 Animals in Captivity (5:53)
Lesson 13 Action! (1:24)
Lesson 14 Patience Pays (0:50)

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