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11/19/2020 10:26:28 PM · #1
Since the lockdown began last March, I have been on a pretty steady mission to learn new things about my passion for landscape photography. I thought I would share some links to sites I watch on Youtube and other photographers that really care about the field and what they teach. Some of this may be helpful to non-landscape photographers as well.

Adam Gibbs One of my favorites!
Ben Horne
Alister Benn Another favorite. Alister teaches about how to feel in the landscape. Doesn't talk about gear, but talks about how he connects to the landscape and then starts the artistic process. Alister is fairly new to Youtube, but has a growing following. He has a series called Vision and Light where he picks a photographer and they chat about all kinds of photo related topics. Really fun to watch, and learn about other landscape artists. He is up to episode 24 right now. It would take some time to go back and watch from episode 1, but well worth it IMO.
Photo Cascadia Lots of great, great stuff here. All the photographers here are based in Pacific Northwest and each has a great skill of their own. On the main website, you can find links to each photographer. Erin Babnick is a fantastic photographer and also a fantastic resource for learning.
Photoshop training channel I don't spend too much time here, but there are lots of great videos to watch to learn lots of things
Sean Bagshaw I have been following Sean for many years. We spent 20 days together on the Patagonia photo tour. He is the master of Luminosity Masks and training. He just released a new Master Class for luminosity masking, something every PS user should know something about. The masks can be used for anything, not just landscapes. If you don't watch anything else, watch some of his videos. He is one of the best.
Thomas Heaton A Brit with a lot of talent. Fun to watch.

I have more, but for now I thought this would be good. Hope this helps some of you out. It sure has helped me to learn how to follow a path that is suited to my way of seeing.

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