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About CourseYellowstone National Park in the fall is the best place to photograph big game. Join wildlife photographer Moose Peterson as he explores Yellowstone and captures amazing images from this national treasure
- Lesson 1: Welcome 01:42
- Lesson 2: Practical Tips 06:37
- Lesson 3: Do Not Be Afraid of Bad Weather 02:51
- Lesson 4: Time is Everything 06:56
- Lesson 5: Creating the Photo 03:58
- Lesson 6: Composing the Scene 03:46
- Lesson 7: Lone Bison 12:48
- Lesson 8: Bull Elk, Testing, and Teleconverter 11:23
- Lesson 9: Break the Jinx 03:38
- Lesson 10: Scouting After Dark 01:29
- Lesson 11: Working the Background 07:04
- Lesson 12: Bad Boy Number 6 06:04
- Lesson 13: Camera Bag 03:41
- Lesson 14: Classic Shots 03:07
- Lesson 15: Hand Holding and Panning Techniques 04:23
- Lesson 16: Hop Scotch 07:20
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Moose’s true passion has always been and remains photographing the life history of our endangered wildlife and wild places. Since 1981 he and his wife Sharon have dedicated their lives to this pursuit. Educating the public about our wild heritage is their hallmark. Moose’s aviation photography has the same goal of preserving our aviation heritage and the freedoms they protect, pictorial and oral for future generations. Along the way Moose has been honored for his photographic passion: a Nikon Ambassador USA, Lexar Elite Photographer, recipient of the John Muir Conservation Award, Research Associate with the Endangered Species Recovery Program, just to name a few. He was part of Epson’s Finish Strong ad campaign. Moose was the creative producer/photographer of his acclaimed film: Warbirds and The Men Who Flew Them. He shares his knowledge through his writing, being published in over 143 magazines worldwide, author of 28 books including his latest, Photographic FUNdamentals, Taking Flight and best seller Captured. He lectures across the country to thousands upon thousands of photographers every year. One of the original Nikon shooters to receive the D1 in 1999, Moose embraced this new technology, becoming the only wildlife photographer in the world to shoot strictly digital in the early years. While a beta site for all the major hardware and software manufacturers, Moose continues being a creative innovator of new techniques both behind the camera and the computer, which is the driving force behind his photography and goals.