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- Interpretation in Photography--Beginning the process of moving beyond exposure and simple composition to make images that are interpretive in nature.
- Story-Telling--The power of photographs to tell stories.
- Waterfalls, Part 1: Exposure--getting the silky-effect on the water in photos of waterfalls and cascades.
- Waterfalls, Part 2: Composition--Using compositional techniques for better photographs of waterfalls and cascades.
- Trees, Part 1: Exposure--Learning to handle the complications of exposure when photographing trees.
- Trees, Part 2: Composition--Compositional techniques for photographing trees in forests.
- Trees, Part 3: Black and White--Examples of black and white photographs of trees.
- Reflections--always look to see if reflections will improve your compositions.
- Flowers, Part 1: Equipment--What you need to take closeup photos of flowers.
- Flowers, Part 2: Composition--Strategies for composition as you develop your own style.
- Flowers, Part 3: Lighting--Overcoming the challenge of lighting.
- Flowers, Part 4: Breaking Your Mold--Keeping it fresh by varying your shooting style.