How you carry your camera equipment when you are travelling is entirely preferential, but Layne Kennedy wants to give you a few recommendations for how to store and carry your equipment on a travel photography shoot. Depending on the weather in the region that you’re travelling to and the type of travel you’ll be doing, you may want to use a specific camera bag or store the equipment you won’t be using in a box or safe in your car.
In this video you’ll learn how to improve your putting distance and accuracy. PGA Instructor Rodney Green shows you how to improve your distance control with several putting drills and how to consistently make three foot putts. Then PGA Instructor Michael Breed shows you an insightful drill to help you take the putter straight backWatch Now >>
Layne Kennedy demonstrates a cool photography idea that you can use during the fall to take unique close-up photos instead of just wide landscape shots. Try experimenting with different angles and perspectives of leaves paired together to create detailed outdoor photos.Watch Now >>
In this video Dr. Gary Wiren helps you avoid from the dreaded slice with this rotation of the forearm drill. When you swing your club like a baseball bat, your forearm naturally turns over and squares the face. Try this with your practice swing to create less tension and keep the club face square soWatch Now >>
Shooting landscapes is one of the most difficult and easiest things to shoot all at the same time and its compelling as a photographer to be at the right place at the right time to capture that iconic image. Join Layne Kennedy as he goes on a photo adventure to capture desert images of cactus.Watch Now >>