Learn Fine Art Landscape Photography

A fine art landscape photography workflow by David Osborn, professional photographer, London.

“Let’s Make Fantastic Landscape Photography”

- All From The Comfort Of Your Own Home

One Structured Workflow

Quality requires structure. Fine art landscape photography like everything in life requires structure to create order out of chaos. But structure is no good unless it encompasses everything required to create quality. I teach one workflow that forms a foundation for all your fine art photography that is repeatable, adaptable, creative and produces quality.

Create Fine Art Photography

Creating the beautiful fine art image requires more than tools and techniques. It requires wider knowledge. The science of photography to create technical perfection and the artistic knowledge drawn from old master painters to create aesthetic perfection. Otherwise the tools and techniques have no direction. This one workflow teaches everything you need.

What Will You Achieve?

Take a look at the before and after images below. The basic raw files are nothing special. The workshops teach you how to transform very generic looking raw files into the most beautiful landscape photography. Drawing inspiration from the old master painters and applying their principles to your work, you will never produce generic looking images again.

The Fine Art Photography Workflow You Learn

No other fine art landscape photography workshop teaches you everything you need.

Fine art landscape photography workshops by David Osborn, professional photographer, London. Diagram of fine art workflow taught on workshops.

Invest In Knowledge. Not Just Cameras!

Cameras do not make beautiful images. Knowledge does! Without knowledge you have only chaos and generic images. The ‘Art of Image Making’ is a lifetime of knowledge structured into four simple steps, creating quality fine art every time.

Simple Four Step, Fine Art Workflow

The ‘Art of Image Making’ forms a foundation for all your fine art images.

1. Photograph The Exposures

The fine art landscape photograph is a product of Photoshop, not the camera. The camera is used only as a recording device to capture the exposures, the assets for Photoshop. These two types of asset. Technical assets for print quality and artistic assets for aesthetic quality. The building blocks to construct fine artistic images.

2. Composite The Exposures

The exposures are edited then composited together to create a single image that represents a perfect raw file as if taken by the camera. Technically perfect in having beautiful rich shadow detail, artistically perfect in that it contains all the content and light to create the fine art landscape you want but could not capture in one frame.

3. Create Technical Perfection

Technical perfection means doing everything possible to make the fine art landscape look ‘real’. We create the three-dimensional illusion of reality; light, form, texture, and spatial depth along with ‘super readable’, sharp, detail everywhere in the photograph. This serves as a perfect solid foundation to overlay the final artistic treatment.

4. Create Artistic Perfection

Artistic perfection means doing everything possible to make the fine art landscape NOT look ‘real’, but be your own unique, personal artistic interpretation. Radical and unrealistic artistic treatments can be made but the fine art photograph still ‘works’ because of the strong underlying illusion of reality created in the previous step.

Does The Fine Art Workflow Work?

Every fine art landscape photograph on this website used the workflow.

Fine art landscape photography workshops by David Osborn, professional photographer, London. Photograph of Prague, Czech Republic.

Prague, Czech Republic

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Fine art landscape photography workshops by David Osborn, professional photographer, London. Photograph of Antwerp, Belgium.

Antwerp, Belgium

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Fine art landscape photography workshops by David Osborn, professional photographer, London. Photograph of Lake District, England.

Lake District, England

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Fine art landscape photography workshops by David Osborn, professional photographer, London. Photograph of Scotland.

Scotland, UK

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Fine art landscape photography workshops by David Osborn, professional photographer, London. Photograph of Ghent, Belgium.

Ghent, Belgium

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Fine art landscape photography workshops by David Osborn, professional photographer, London. Photograph of Reine, Lofoten Islands, Norway.

Lofoten, Norway

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Designed For Your Fine Art Photography Needs

Change your fine art photography at the fundamental level.

Easy To Teach

A structured fine art photography workflow makes it easy to teach because I designed the fine art workflow myself over years of research and refinement.

Easy To Learn

A structured fine art photography workflow makes it easy to learn because it is broken into the four logical steps, each step sub-divided into specific subjects.

Easy To Use

A structured fine art photography workflow makes it easy to use because it is easy to remember. Each step having clarity of purpose, yet methodical overall.

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