Preorder Fstoppers Newest Tutorial, 'Photographing the World With Elia Locardi 3'

Preorder Fstoppers Newest Tutorial, 'Photographing the World With Elia Locardi 3'

Fstoppers is heading back out on the road with Elia Locardi to film the latest installment of "Photographing the World." This time time around, the gang will be heading to the Alps, Dubai, and a few countries in South America as they explore even more advanced landscape techniques and post processing. Now is your chance to sign up for early bird access to Elia's new tutorial and to watch a sneak peek video of Elia's crazy travel lifestyle courtesy of Smugmug!

Today, Lee and Patrick are headed out with Elia to begin work on the latest installment of "Photographing the World." Our readers have made the first tutorials, "Photographing The World: Landscape Photography and Post-Processing with Elia Locardi" and "Photographing the World: Cityscape, Astrophotography, and Advanced Post-Processing," two of the most popular educational series in our store. So, it comes as no surprise to say how excited we are to be able to bring you a fresh installment of Elia's series, featuring all-new locations from across the world.

Elia Locardi is a tremendous talent and one of the most unique people you'll ever meet. Both he and Naomi Locardi spend their lives as location-independent photographers, which brings its own unique set of rewards and challenges. Check out this inspiring video from Smugmug Films on what goes on behind the scenes of two talented photographers living life on the road.

We look forward to bringing you our next Fstoppers tutorial with Elia as we journey through all new locations that will surely inspire your own landscape photography! If you're interested in gaining exclusive early bird access to "Photographing the World With Elia Locardi 3," be sure to sign up on the presale email list below.

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Patrick Hall's picture

If anyone is interested in following us, subscribe to Elia Locardi's snapchat for real time behind the scenes of this adventure. Lee and I are too basic to use snapchat so you will have to see it through Elia's feed :)

If the Elia's Photographing the World Mailing List that I just signed up for doesn't involve SnapChat, count me in.

Patrick Hall's picture

No, the list above is just to receive an email once the tutorial is about to be released.

Osman Merdan's picture

omg I am so happy to hear that :D I am living in Turkey and trying to save the money to buy those two tutorials.
And I am sure I will be buying the third one also. :)

In 1994, I left my home state of South Carolina to spend April through November in Iowa as a contract computer programmer. I left my wife and home behind and traveled back during holiday weekends.
I had to file a dual state tax return. The tax software that I used didn't accept "Computer Programmer" as an vocation since it was too long for the field.
For the vocation on my Iowa tax return, I entered "itinerant". While I was in Iowa, that was when I developed my "drive-by shooting" technique: set the lens focus to infinity, set my Canon A-1 on [P] (Program), aim and fire. My camera was in easy reach and it was easy to advance the film.

When do you start filming? And any idea when it will come out? Thanks, good luck!

Patrick Hall's picture

We are taking off to Rome right now. This will probably take 2-3 months to film, then a month to film the post processing, and released maybe fall-winter of this year at the earliest.

Marco De Maio's picture

Welcome back to Italy guys!

Will there be any lessons/tutorials on composition in the new lessons? Its something I'm in desperate need of lol

Patrick Hall's picture

We always try to include some composition lessons in each tutorial. Is there something specific you want that we didn't cover in the first two?

Would be nice to see aerial composition and post procesing lesson(s)

Patrick Hall's picture

Like drone or helicopter? You might be in luck

Drone of course, too poor for helicopters :) Great news! Thanks

I think more like hmm, during the Kirkjufell lesson, there were some compositions shown and why Elia chose them, and some shown that weren't as good, there seemed to be more of an importance put on the compositional elements in the first lesson, and seemed to fade as the videos went on. I'm doing this from memory though so may not be correct lol

Andrew Leggett's picture

What other countries are you guys going to?? or is the list top secret at this stage?

Patrick Hall's picture

I would love to tell you but Elia loves to change the itinerary last minute. I thought we were going to the alps but I just found out we are actually going to some mountain towns in south Italy. Also Bolivia and Argentina were scratched off the list a month ago but it looks like South America might be back on. You never know with Elia ha

Marco De Maio's picture

Visiting Amalfi coast too? ;)

Patrick Hall's picture

I believe that is the location I just told customs :)

Marco De Maio's picture

if you guys have the Amalfi coast in the program, I could make a jump for a quick hello and bring a good bottle of wine, if the fever let me... ;)

Patrick Hall's picture

We are in positano for the next 2 nights. Might get rained out tomorrow which would be a great day to drink. I'm dying for a bottle of Kentucky bourbon out here (forgot to get one at the airport). Are there any liquor stores around the area?

Marco De Maio's picture

To buy some liquor you have to wait for the shops are open in the morning ( look for Gabrisa Food & Wine ), or if there is a bar / cafe open at this time you can try to ask owner if you can buy a bottle, but if I can advise you, try the limoncello, a liqueur is made with lemons from the Amalfi coast or "Nocino di Positano".
If you're free tomorrow we could get a pizza or sushi or whatever :)
But I need to know at what time and where we could meet

Gabrisa Food & Wine info: Via Pasitea, 241 Positano phone: +39 089 811 498

Marco De Maio's picture

you managed to find what you were looking for?

Patrick Hall's picture

Yes, I was able to find some Four Roses bourbon in the local grocery store. It's supposed to rain tomorrow (maybe) so we could def grab some food if you are around. I'm not exactly sure where we are staying but sushi sounds great. We actually are complaining about Italian food once again so if you can help us out it would be appreciated. Hit me up in a private message before noon tomorrow (19th) and we can try to meet up for a meal or drink.

Andrew Leggett's picture

I've been trying to twist his arm into coming down to Australia! It's summer at the moment!!!!

Just take all my money !!

Nico BABOT's picture

Awesome guys! What will the content be about? Shooting and post processing again or something more oriented towards topics like business, logistic of travelling or printing as we talked about in the FB group?

Mike Mantucca's picture

Please tell me there will be behind the scenes videos again.

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