Landscape photography is a popular photographic genreaand for good reason. The great outdoors is an ever-ready subject. It is variable, as well; it is affected by changing light, decomposition, weather, human interaction, and myriad other factors. Its features range from natural to manmade elementsaand many landscapes are comprised of both. Photographers who point their cameraas lens at a scene do so in an effort to communicate their feelings about the landscape. Rather than simply document the scene, they seek to capture the spirit of placeaperhaps to tell a story or depict a mood. They aim to share with viewers the ways in which the scene speaks to them. Accomplishing these goals may seem simple at the outset, but the task is rife with challenges. In this book, Gary Wagner shows readers how to create powerful, evocative black a white landscape photographs filled with beautiful light, a full range of tones, and exquisite detail. Beginning with a look at the gear youall need to get the best-possible images, Wagner covers cameras, lens types, tripods, and filters. He then discusses the postproduction processes he uses to enhance his images, producing breathtaking photographic records of natural and man-altered locales.For most of my work, however, a heavier tripod keeps the camera steady and less subject to wind movement. With my ... A filter can be replaced easily if it gets scratched, but it is much more costly to repair or replace a lens. Neutral densityanbsp;...
|Title||:||Digital Black & White Landscape Photography|
|Publisher||:||Amherst Media - 2015-07-20|