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7 In The Field
The ultimate playbook for creative composition and outdoor photography. Join Taylor Burk for a deep-dive into the 101 of Landscape Photography. Whether aspiring or experienced, this workshop takes you on a journey to elevate your photography.
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The Landscape Photography Workshop
17 Episodes
7 In The Field
The ultimate playbook for creative composition and outdoor photography. Join Taylor Burk for a deep-dive into the 101 of Landscape Photography. Whether aspiring or experienced, this workshop takes you on a journey to elevate your photography.
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Creatively compose a landscape image
Use all the settings of your camera — simple to advanced
Scout locations and plan shoots
Shoot and Edit HDRs & Panoramas
Capture the night sky
Turn your passion into income

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Workshop Episodes

15:29

Ep

1

Meet Taylor

Meet your instructor, Taylor Burk, in the introduction episode to his debut workshop on Landscape photography. Hear all about his backstory and how he found his way into photography, and what keeps him inspired to shoot today. Using his own path as an example, Taylor also gives advice on where to lean in to your photography and invest in gear that will expand with your path.

2:12

Ep

2

What To Expect

When creating this workshop, Taylor honed in on everything that he wished he knew when he was first starting out. In this episode he walks you through his intentions with the workshop, and everything that he hopes to relay to you to help make your journey in landscape photography as enjoyable as possible.

12:42

Ep

3

Pre-Production

One of the questions that Taylor gets asked most often is how does he find the incredible places he captures. Over the years he has developed a system to seek out, search, and find these remarkable off-the-beaten-path areas, which he relays to you here using the upcoming workshop field shoot to Mt Cheam as the real time example. As a bonus, Taylor talks about the importance of being prepared with the right gear, and shows you the app, Packup, he co-developed to ensure a smooth trip in the wild.

20:59

Ep

4

Gear

Taylor walks you through all of his gear, from his camera, lenses, and accessories, all the way through to his Toyota Forerunner which was built out to aid his adventures in the backcountry. Continuing from the pre-production episode, Taylor uses the upcoming trip to Mt Cheam as the example to show you specifically what he packs for the trip in question, and even how he packs his bag for extra tips to keep in mind for your next adventure.

2:06

Ep

5

In the Field: Light & Settings

Embarking on the hike to Mt Cheam, Taylor starts laying the groundwork for your photography skills in the workshop. Beginning with aperture, Taylor shows you how adjusting it can change your depth of field, evoking a much different feeling to the image. He then walks through shooting in RAW over JPEG, white balance settings, bracketing, and the advantages of the major camera modes and when to use each. As an added bonus, Taylor’s camera monitor is recorded so that you can see every capture in real time as he makes adjustments to get the shot.

23:59

Ep

6

Compositions In The Field

As the hike continues towards the summit of Mt. Cheam, Taylor walks you through his process while out in the field, what he is looking for, and how he hopes to capture it. Once arriving at the summit the first composition that Taylor walks through is how to utilize scale, and how a subject can help bring a sense of place to the image. Working against the fading alpine light, he then switches gears to capture more detailed shots of the environment, as well as showing you the basics of stitched photos and panoramas to assemble while editing.

3:19

Ep

7

Human Elements In The Field

As blue hour sets in, Taylor directs his friend Joel in order to capture a moody alpine scene, using the human element to help bring the viewer into the image. Taylor demonstrates how shooting the same photo as solely a landscape image might lack interest, before giving some key takeaways from the time spent on Mt Cheam.

16:31

Ep

8

Astrophotography

One of the most mystified subjects in landscape photography, Taylor sets out to simplify astrophotography so that you can set out and capture incredible images. Beginning with the gear he uses, he discusses each piece of his kit and why the focal lengths and aperture of each lens matters. Once on location, Taylor shows you what settings to use, and how to adjust for tac sharp images, before teaching light painting to add even more interest to your scene. As an added bonus, an astrophotography checklist is included for download to take with you in the field with you.

25:12

Ep

9

Scouting In The Field

Taylor takes you to a waterfall location that he has never been before, in order to demonstrate his process of scouting a location, all the while vocalizing the compositions come to mind, and what he is and isn’t looking for. Once at the waterfall, Taylor is constantly vocalizing his thoughts to help you comprehend his workflow, beginning with how he uses a long exposure to create a stunning image. Neutral density filters are also introduced to allow for an even longer shutter speed.

12:24

Ep

10

Using Filters In The Field

In this episode dedicated to filters, Taylor discusses each type, what they are used for, and how to actually use them in a practical setting in the field. Beginning with a circular polarizer, Taylor shows how to use them to reduce glare and increase contrast, before moving on to an in-depth overview of graduated and solid neutral density filters to properly expose a scene. Side by side comparisons of the images shown with and without the filters to further emphasize their function.

40:12

Ep

11

Post Processing Our Photos

Back in the studio, Taylor walks you through his entire process for editing including how he backs up his photos, making selects, and exporting the photos. The bulk of the episode is a detailed look at how Taylor edits several photos he captured from Mt Cheam, with a thorough explanation of his workflow in Lightroom and each adjustment that he makes. He also walks you through compiling the bracketed HDR images, panoramas, and stitch that he captured in the field episodes.

14:15

Ep

12

Reflections on Growth

Growth as a photographer is always a challenge, even for someone more established in their career such as Taylor. In this episode, Taylor discusses many of the strategies that he utilizes to continually challenge himself, stay sharp, and feel creative and inspired. After the motivating talk from Taylor, the discussion then shifts to focus around three tips to take your photography from a hobby to a paid freelance jobs.

4:00

Ep

13

Reflections on Past Photography

Using a trip to Patagonia as the focal point, Taylor walks you through how he used the experience to capture unique and memorable images of the area which in turn has garnered him work and recognition within the industry. He has since used that focus on personal projects to further grow as a photographer, and shares his perspective on why it is so important to reinvest in yourself as you progress in your journey.

21:41

Ep

14

The Business Episode

Taylor tackles the question he is asked most often; how can you make money in landscape photography? Using his own experience as the backbone of the episode, Taylor discusses all of the ways he uses to make a living with photography and how you personally can monetize your own work. This tell all discussion offers plenty of tips and great advice not to be missed.

9:21

Ep

15

Q&A's with Taylor

Before shooting the workshop Taylor put out a poll on Instagram asking his followers what they want to know, and has selected 12 of the most asked questions to answer in detail. From how to stand out as a photographer, to scouting locations, and even how to push through a creative rut, Taylor provides thoughtful answers to all.

12:25

Ep

16

Photo Critique

Taylor reviews several of his favorite images, giving the backstory of each to bring you into the environment with him while discussing what makes the composition unique and how he achieved each. One of the common threads throughout each of the stories is that Taylor doesn’t always expect to get a great photo, but by keeping a keen eye and being ready for when the moment arrives is key to capturing a great photograph at a moments notice.

00:28

Ep

17

Workshop Conclusion

Taylor bids farewell with an inspiring send off, wishing you luck on taking your photography to the next level!

Learn How-To
Creatively compose a landscape image
Use all the settings of your camera — simple to advanced
Scout locations and plan shoots
Shoot and Edit HDRs & Panoramas
Capture the night sky
Turn your passion into income
  • 17 Episodes
  • 7 In The Field
  • 17 Episodes
  • 7 In The Field
  • Astrophotography Bonus

$199 
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Workshop
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Workshop Episodes

Part 01
Fundamentals & Pre-Production
Live
15:29
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1

.

Meet Taylor

Meet your instructor, Taylor Burk, in the introduction episode to his debut workshop on Landscape photography. Hear all about his backstory and how he found his way into photography, and what keeps him inspired to shoot today. Using his own path as an example, Taylor also gives advice on where to lean in to your photography and invest in gear that will expand with your path.

2:12
Just Added

2

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What To Expect

When creating this workshop, Taylor honed in on everything that he wished he knew when he was first starting out. In this episode he walks you through his intentions with the workshop, and everything that he hopes to relay to you to help make your journey in landscape photography as enjoyable as possible.

12:42
Just Added

3

.

Pre-Production

One of the questions that Taylor gets asked most often is how does he find the incredible places he captures. Over the years he has developed a system to seek out, search, and find these remarkable off-the-beaten-path areas, which he relays to you here using the upcoming workshop field shoot to Mt Cheam as the real time example. As a bonus, Taylor talks about the importance of being prepared with the right gear, and shows you the app, Packup, he co-developed to ensure a smooth trip in the wild.

20:59
Just Added

4

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Gear

Taylor walks you through all of his gear, from his camera, lenses, and accessories, all the way through to his Toyota Forerunner which was built out to aid his adventures in the backcountry. Continuing from the pre-production episode, Taylor uses the upcoming trip to Mt Cheam as the example to show you specifically what he packs for the trip in question, and even how he packs his bag for extra tips to keep in mind for your next adventure.

2:06
Just Added

5

.

In the Field: Light & Settings

Embarking on the hike to Mt Cheam, Taylor starts laying the groundwork for your photography skills in the workshop. Beginning with aperture, Taylor shows you how adjusting it can change your depth of field, evoking a much different feeling to the image. He then walks through shooting in RAW over JPEG, white balance settings, bracketing, and the advantages of the major camera modes and when to use each. As an added bonus, Taylor’s camera monitor is recorded so that you can see every capture in real time as he makes adjustments to get the shot.

23:59
Just Added

6

.

Compositions In The Field

As the hike continues towards the summit of Mt. Cheam, Taylor walks you through his process while out in the field, what he is looking for, and how he hopes to capture it. Once arriving at the summit the first composition that Taylor walks through is how to utilize scale, and how a subject can help bring a sense of place to the image. Working against the fading alpine light, he then switches gears to capture more detailed shots of the environment, as well as showing you the basics of stitched photos and panoramas to assemble while editing.

3:19
Just Added

7

.

Human Elements In The Field

As blue hour sets in, Taylor directs his friend Joel in order to capture a moody alpine scene, using the human element to help bring the viewer into the image. Taylor demonstrates how shooting the same photo as solely a landscape image might lack interest, before giving some key takeaways from the time spent on Mt Cheam.

16:31
Just Added

8

.

Astrophotography

One of the most mystified subjects in landscape photography, Taylor sets out to simplify astrophotography so that you can set out and capture incredible images. Beginning with the gear he uses, he discusses each piece of his kit and why the focal lengths and aperture of each lens matters. Once on location, Taylor shows you what settings to use, and how to adjust for tac sharp images, before teaching light painting to add even more interest to your scene. As an added bonus, an astrophotography checklist is included for download to take with you in the field with you.

25:12
Just Added

9

.

Scouting In The Field

Taylor takes you to a waterfall location that he has never been before, in order to demonstrate his process of scouting a location, all the while vocalizing the compositions come to mind, and what he is and isn’t looking for. Once at the waterfall, Taylor is constantly vocalizing his thoughts to help you comprehend his workflow, beginning with how he uses a long exposure to create a stunning image. Neutral density filters are also introduced to allow for an even longer shutter speed.

12:24
Just Added

10

.

Using Filters In The Field

In this episode dedicated to filters, Taylor discusses each type, what they are used for, and how to actually use them in a practical setting in the field. Beginning with a circular polarizer, Taylor shows how to use them to reduce glare and increase contrast, before moving on to an in-depth overview of graduated and solid neutral density filters to properly expose a scene. Side by side comparisons of the images shown with and without the filters to further emphasize their function.

40:12
Just Added

11

.

Post Processing Our Photos

Back in the studio, Taylor walks you through his entire process for editing including how he backs up his photos, making selects, and exporting the photos. The bulk of the episode is a detailed look at how Taylor edits several photos he captured from Mt Cheam, with a thorough explanation of his workflow in Lightroom and each adjustment that he makes. He also walks you through compiling the bracketed HDR images, panoramas, and stitch that he captured in the field episodes.

14:15
Just Added

12

.

Reflections on Growth

Growth as a photographer is always a challenge, even for someone more established in their career such as Taylor. In this episode, Taylor discusses many of the strategies that he utilizes to continually challenge himself, stay sharp, and feel creative and inspired. After the motivating talk from Taylor, the discussion then shifts to focus around three tips to take your photography from a hobby to a paid freelance jobs.

4:00
Just Added

13

.

Reflections on Past Photography

Using a trip to Patagonia as the focal point, Taylor walks you through how he used the experience to capture unique and memorable images of the area which in turn has garnered him work and recognition within the industry. He has since used that focus on personal projects to further grow as a photographer, and shares his perspective on why it is so important to reinvest in yourself as you progress in your journey.

21:41
Just Added

14

.

The Business Episode

Taylor tackles the question he is asked most often; how can you make money in landscape photography? Using his own experience as the backbone of the episode, Taylor discusses all of the ways he uses to make a living with photography and how you personally can monetize your own work. This tell all discussion offers plenty of tips and great advice not to be missed.

9:21
Just Added

15

.

Q&A's with Taylor

Before shooting the workshop Taylor put out a poll on Instagram asking his followers what they want to know, and has selected 12 of the most asked questions to answer in detail. From how to stand out as a photographer, to scouting locations, and even how to push through a creative rut, Taylor provides thoughtful answers to all.

12:25
Just Added

16

.

Photo Critique

Taylor reviews several of his favorite images, giving the backstory of each to bring you into the environment with him while discussing what makes the composition unique and how he achieved each. One of the common threads throughout each of the stories is that Taylor doesn’t always expect to get a great photo, but by keeping a keen eye and being ready for when the moment arrives is key to capturing a great photograph at a moments notice.

00:28
Just Added

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Workshop Conclusion

Taylor bids farewell with an inspiring send off, wishing you luck on taking your photography to the next level!

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Editing
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Awesome landscape photography workshop!
Jason
Taylor's laid back approach to landscape photography is very easy to follow and learn from. When you're just finding your way with photography, it's great to learn in it's raw format, on a hike, climbing a mountain. Taylor explains the how's and the why's as he's composing images, which is awesome. The in-camera shots that show the set up, framing and settings on his camera are very helpful, especially for beginner landscapers.. Great workshop Taylor!

Jason

October 2, 2021

Awesome landscape photography workshop!

Taylor's laid back approach to landscape photography is very easy to follow and learn from. When you're just finding your way with photography, it's great to learn in it's raw format, on a hike, climbing a mountain. Taylor explains the how's and the why's as he's composing images, which is awesome. The in-camera shots that show the set up, framing and settings on his camera are very helpful, especially for beginner landscapers.. Great workshop Taylor!

Jason

October 2, 2021

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Awesome landscape photography workshop!
Jason
Taylor's laid back approach to landscape photography is very easy to follow and learn from. When you're just finding your way with photography, it's great to learn in it's raw format, on a hike, climbing a mountain. Taylor explains the how's and the why's as he's composing images, which is awesome. The in-camera shots that show the set up, framing and settings on his camera are very helpful, especially for beginner landscapers.. Great workshop Taylor!
Taylor Burk
Taylor Burk is landscape and adventure travel photographer based out of British Columbia. Select clients include Backpacker Magazine, Travel & Leisure, Men’s Journal, The North Face, Backcountry.com, Tourism Canada, and Samsung Mobile.
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