Unique Imagery from Around The World
Elia Locardi is an internationally acclaimed professional travel photographer, videographer, writer, public speaker and highly skilled educator who spends his life shooting some of the most beautiful locations in the world. Location independent since March of 2012, he and his wife live a 100% mobile lifestyle, perpetually traveling from country to country, continuously circling the globe. Since he began traveling full-time in 2009, he has visited more than 55 countries and flown over one million miles. Learn More about Elia >
I recently teamed up with Fstoppers.com to produce two new video tutorials. The First is "Photographing The World: Landscape Photography & Post-processing". With more than 12 hours of video content, and 15 unique lessons that become progressively more difficult as they go, this tutorial will take you from the on-location capture all the way through my post-processing techniques in the studio and teach you how I manually blend multiple exposures together to create dynamic and powerful photography.
The second tutorial is called "Photographing The World: Cityscape, Astrophotography, & Advanced Post-processing". This tutorial takes things to a while new level with 15 more hours of instructional content and 20 additional lessons that quickly ramp up in difficulty as they teach how I seamlessly blend multiple exposures and different moments in time together to create my signature look. This video also includes and introduction to how I developed the business side of my photography.
To produce a truly unique series of tutorials unlike any other, we traveled to Iceland, New Zealand, Italy, Singapore, Cambodia, and Hong Kong so we could teach every aspect of Landscape, Cityscape, Astrophotography, and Post-processing. From waterfalls and ice caves in Iceland, to the timeless architecture of Rome Italy, to the top of Victoria Peak in ultra-modern Hong Kong, and even under the dark star filled skies of New Zealand, Photographing the World has something for everyone interested in dramatically improving their landscape, cityscape, astrophotography, and post-processing.