Welcome to the very first Landscape Photography MasterClass. In theory, this is where you start, but the MasterClass is completely modular, so you can move around from class to class as you wish. For instance, if you want to improve your Photoshop skills, you might begin by viewing all the Post-Production movies. How you access the material is completely up to you!
FINE ART: Monte Fitz Roy. Monte Fitz Roy is the mountain in the photograph above. Towering over Patagonia in South America, the movie shows a series of images taken in the area, then discusses how the landscape was finessed in Photoshop.
CRITIQUE: MasterClass members submit images to Peter Eastway and a selection of image is made each month to be critiqued. The feedback is anonymous. This movie provides 'real world' examples and shows how to deal with issues and think about landscapes in different ways.
KNOWLEDGE: What sort of camera do you need to take great landscape photographs? This article discusses the merits of different camera systems and how to get the best from them.
POST-PRODUCTION: Okay, so once you have captured your landscape photograph with your camera, how do you process the raw file for the best results? This movie shows you some of the techniques Peter Eastway employs.
JOURNEY: An article discussing a location to consider for future landscape photography expeditions. This article covers Patagonia.
ACUMEN: Everyone would like to sell a photo or two! In this article, we discuss the various potential markets for landscape photography.