Capturing the Elements: Forks, a how-to digital photography video released by photographer Brett Higgins is now available for purchase and rental on Amazon.com Video on Demand.
PR Log (Press Release) – Jan 13, 2010 – SEATTLE, WA – Photographer Brett Higgins of Capturing the Elements has released for download on Amazon.com a photography program entitled Capturing the Elements: Forks, a 42-minute how-to photography video for digital camera users of all levels of experience, featuring the W.I.S.E. Method of Photography, a system created by Higgins to help people learn to take better photos by choosing a series of settings on any point-and-shoot digital camera.
Filmed in Forks, Washington (setting of Twilight) this how-to photography video, also available on DVD, contains footage of professional photographer Brett Higgins (Magnolia) and top model Cherie Wimberly (Star Search, General Hospital) taking photos using a dSLR and point-and-shoot camera, respectively, as they explore the beaches, waterfalls, and rainforest areas surrounding Forks, WA and Olympic National Park.
Now available via Amazon.com downloads for a 7-day rental price of 1.99, or the purchase price of 11.99, the Capturing the Elements: Forks, video on demand, contains several tips on basic digital photography, along with a lesson on dSLR exposure settings, plus Brett’s trademarked W.I.S.E. Method of Photography and bonus footage of the original Capturing the Elements video series Beyond the Photograph filmed in Joshua Tree and Paramount Ranch, California.
Capturing the Elements ™ and the W.I.S.E. ™ Method of Photography are trademarks of Brett Higgins. All rights reserved.
Landscape photos by Brett Higgins have been featured in Outdoor Photographer, the National Parks and Channel Islands websites, and A&I Los Angeles. For more information visit Capturing the Elements online at www.capturingtheelements.com.# # #
Capturing the Elements™ is a collection of works from professional photographer Brett Higgins that includes breathtaking images of nature, behind the scenes footage that takes you beyond the photograph, teaching photography to digital camera users.