Filled with trusted tips and advice on how to improve your landscape photography. In Landscape Photography, Margaret Brown explains how the difference between the millions of average landscape photographs captured every year and something quite special could be as simple as choosing the best time of day, or changing the positioning of the horizon. Landscape Photography eGuide helps photographers at all levels. Starting with an overview of the different styles of landscape photography, the book moves on to specifics such as choosing suitable locations and the best (and to-be-avoided!) times of day to press that shutter button. Margaret even tells you how to get good shots in lousy weather! Superb sample images illuminate the text throughout the book. The image is the thing, but the tools do count, so Margaret also covers technical matters such as equipment choices and camera settings, plus how to harness technique and equipment in the creation of memorable photos. There's also a section on how best to shoot and 'stitch together' panoramic compositions. Unlike many photography guides in digital form, Landscape Photography is only available as an eBook. It has been put together purely with the photographer and eBook reader in mind. Chapters: Credits Copyright Introduction 1. Determine Your Style 2. Choose Your Location 3. Choose Your Time of Day 4. Work with the Weather 5. Choose Your Equipment Wisely 6. Use Appropriate Camera Settings 7. Look for Centres of Interest in the Composition 8. Seek Balance 9. Check and Crop 10. Contrast Stillness with Movement 11. Shoot Panoramas 12. Pursue Originality Photography LinksMargaret even tells you how to get good shots in lousy weather! Superb sample images illuminate the text throughout the book.
|Title||:||Landscape Photography EGuide|
|Publisher||:||Media Publishing - 2011|