The Luminous Landscape Guide to
Maximize the Image Quality of every shot you make!
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About the Guide to Image Quality
The tutorial is made up of nine videos ( 3 to 11) excerpted from the Tutorial From Camera to Print & Screen
The tutorial identifies the key factors that lead to exceptional in-camera image quality - or lack of it!
Learn what techniques to use and what pitfalls to avoid.
Michael & Jeff discuss & demonstrate the effects on Image Quality of:
- Image Stabilization
- Tripod use
- Mirror Lock-up & Cable Release
- High ISO
- ETTR: Expose to the Right
- HDR: High Dynamic Range
- Noise & its removal
- Lens Diffraction
- Focus Bracket Technique
- Panoramas & Stitching
- Seeing beyond the Camera Defaults
- Selection Editing
- Front & Back Focus Adjustment - Lens Align
This is not only a tutorial on software techniques but more importantly, the practical distillation of the knowledge and experience of two life-long working photographers, Michael Reichmann & Jeff Schewe.
Know what to look for before pressing the shutter release and know what to look for when first reviewing your pictures.
The purchase of this tutorial will allow a discount on the purchase of Camera to Print & Screen.
For discount details, see the Read Me file in the first download zip file.
About the video files
The video files are stand-alone. This is not streaming video but rather video material that you purchase and store for future reference. There is no expiration date or subscription.
All content is copyright. The files contain no active DRM. Viewers may copy the files freely between machines for their own use. By downloading the videos, you agree to be bound by the contained copyright.
Use QuickTime Player, VLC Player or other media player to view on a computer monitor . Windows, Mac, and Linux systems are all supported. Conversions to other formats are detailed in our FAQ.
The format is High Definition 720P video suitable for playback on a modern computer with powerful graphics card. The files will import directly into iTunes for viewing on an iPad at its maximum supported resolution: 720P at 24 fps.
The Luminous Landscape Guide to Image Quality is made up of nine separate video files. Each is titled and numbered. The QuickTime .mov files use 'chapter markers' for easy navigation to specific points; chapters are a feature of QuickTime Player and may not be visible in other media players.
Viewers who wish to watch the full multiple hours in a linear fashion are encouraged to use either VLC Player or iTunes to build a 'Play List' for uninterrupted viewing.
We suggest you create a unique folder/directory to store the videos.