Moose introduces himself and talks about what he will be covering in the course.
Just like any other photographic situation, it's good to know as much about the location you'll be shooting in (including the Sun's position) as possible before you shoot
The gear you take and the way you carry it will determine how successful (and FUN) your day will be. Learn what to take (and how to take it) in order to get great shots without tiring yourself out or missing a moment while making an adjustment.
Moose shares the settings he uses for static and ground-to-air shots.
See how Moose approaches a plane owner to get a static shot and how he preps. You don't need to have a camera crew with you to get the same results, but having a buddy to hold your stuff sure helps!
By familiarizing himself with the planes and the people who would be at the show beforehand, Moose gets some portraits and static shots. Plus, get some history behind one of the portrait opportunities Moose finds.
In order to move quickly for good ground-to-air shots, you need to hold your camera properly. Moose shows you how so you can achieve a good panning technique for sharp photos.
How you hold your camera in proximity to the plane's angle will give gesture to your shots.
Moose goes over his "on the road" computer gear and shares his technique for fast processing with Lightroom, Bridge, Photoshop and Camera RAW. Content aware fill is key.
Moose processes another picture in Camera RAW and Photoshop using Nik's Color Efex Pro plug-in.
Moose takes a picture he took at the Air Show and turns it into a nice, clean black & white portrait… complete with airplane noises.
Moose takes a shot he didn't get quite right while out in the field and shows you how to fix it in post.
Moose delves deeper into his workflow to show you more post-processing tips.
It's not impossible to make a good portrait photo without a flash.
Moose moves from his static photos to his ground-to-air shots in the digital darkroom.
Learn some quick processing tips in Camera RAW that allows you to deal with multiple photos at once.
Thanks for watching Aviation Photography with Moose Peterson.