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Title The Landscape Photography Book
Author Scott Kelby
Publisher Rocky Nook, Inc.
Release Date 2019-03-27
Category Photography
Total Pages 240
ISBN 9781681984346
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Have you ever dreamed of taking such incredible landscape photos that your friends and family say, “Wait a minute, this is your photo?! You took this?” Well, you’re in luck. Right here, in this book, pro photographer and award-winning author Scott Kelby teaches you how to shoot and edit jaw-dropping landscape photographs. Scott shares all his secrets and time-tested techniques, as he discusses everything from his go-to essential gear and camera settings to the landscape photography techniques you need to create absolutely stunning images. From epic scenes at sunrise to capturing streams and waterfalls with that smooth, silky look, and from photographing the night sky or the Milky Way to creating breathtaking, sweeping panoramas, Scott has got you covered. Among many other topics, you’ll learn: • The secrets to getting super-sharp, crisp images (without having to buy a new lens). • Exactly which camera settings work best for landscape photography and why (and which ones you should avoid). • Where to focus your camera for tack-sharp images from foreground to background. • How to shoot beautiful high dynamic range images and stunning panoramas (and even HDR panos!), along with how to post-process them like a pro. • How to create captivating long-exposure landscape shots that wow your viewers. • What gear you need, what gear you can skip, which accessories work best, and a ton of killer tips that will not only help you create better images, but make the entire experience that much more fun. It’s all here, from the planning, to the shoot, to the post-processing—taking your images from flat to fabulous—and best of all, it’s just one topic per page, so you’ll get straight to the info you need fast. There has never been a landscape book like it! TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1: Essential Gear Chapter 2: Camera Settings & Lenses Chapter 3: Before Your Shoot Chapter 4: Composition Chapter 5: HDR & Panos Chapter 6: Long Exposures Chapter 7: Starry Skies & the Milky Way Chapter 8: Post-Processing Chapter 9: Even More Tips Chapter 10: Landscape Recipes p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Verdana} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Verdana; min-height: 15.0px}

Title Photographing the Landscape
Author John Fielder
Publisher Big Earth Publishing
Release Date 1997-03
Category Photography
Total Pages 192
ISBN 1565792289
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Photographing the Landscape: The Art of Seeing" summarizes the subtleties of cameras and lenses, and it offers insights into different camera formats. But throughout these technical discussions, Fielder maintains a reverence for nature despite the temptations of technology. Following in the tradition of Ansel Adams, Fielder places nature above everything else. Take a look at his photographs and you'll begin to understand. Take heed of his instruction and you'll understand even more.

Title Landscape Photography Shoot Like a Pro
Author Robin Whalley
Publisher Robin Whalley
Release Date 2021
Category Photography
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9203456XXXX
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Have you ever questioned why professional photographers achieve consistently better results? Being a professional landscape photographer doesn’t make you a better photographer than an amateur. All it means is you earn your living using your photography, but with that comes an added pressure. Unlike when an amateur goes out with their camera, as a professional you must capture good photos every trip. If you don’t you won’t be able to cover your costs, pay the bills and would have a very short career. In this book, landscape photographer Robin Whalley lifts the lid on how to capture consistently good landscape photography. Imagine being able to venture out, knowing that you’ll return with at least a few good shots and possibly many more. If you think this is down to luck, think again. Luck does play a part, but it’s mainly down to following a different approach. An approach you can adopt as well to improve your photography. In this book you will learn many important points to improve your landscape photography including: · Why changing your camera for the latest megapixel monster could be a big mistake. · Which accessories are the most important to ensuring good results when photographing the landscape. · How to find the right light for the right subjects and when not to bother. · How to ensure you’re consistently in the right place at the right time to capture the best light. · And much, much more to help you shoot great landscape photography. Written with the beginner and intermediate landscape photographer in mind, this book is packed with years of hard-won experience from out in the field. Some of this even appears so obvious when you first hear it that you wonder why you never realised. Unfortunately, good photographers don’t often share this vital information even though it’s the key to improved results. Don’t struggle in ignorance.

Digital Landscape Photography by John and Barbara Gerlach

Title Digital Landscape Photography
Author John and Barbara Gerlach
Publisher Taylor & Francis
Release Date 2012-09-10
Category Photography
Total Pages 208
ISBN 9781136100697
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Photographing landscape with a film camera is different than with a digital camera. There are several books on the market that cover landscape photography, but none of them are specifically for the digital photographer. This book is what you are looking for! Digital Landscape Photography covers: * equipment such as accessories and lenses * exposure from shutter speed to common mistakes * shooting * light and its importance * composing your perfect photo * printing * and a special section on specific subjects such as waterfalls and sunrises Digital Landscape Photography, written by experts that have been shooting outdoors for decades, is a fresh look at current ways to shoot landscapes by making the most of digital format.

Title John Shaw s Landscape Photography
Author John Shaw
Publisher Amphoto Books
Release Date 1994
Category Photography
Total Pages 144
ISBN 081743710X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An acclaimed nature photographer teaches that producing good photos means knowing how to control the tools of photography: camera equipment, lenses, film, light, and exposure. This guide covers the basics of photography and discusses the common problems and solutions in landscape work. 190 full-color illustrations.

Title Digital Landscape and Nature Photography For Dummies
Author Doug Sahlin
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release Date 2011-08-30
Category Photography
Total Pages 346
ISBN 9781118065129
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Tips and tricks for getting the best landscape and nature pictures with a digital camera.

A Year With My Camera by Emma Davies

Title A Year with My Camera
Author Emma Davies
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2016
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN 0995632405
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Masters of Landscape Photography
Author Ross Hoddinott
Publisher Ammonite Press
Release Date 2018-02
Category Landscape photographers
Total Pages 176
ISBN 1781453209
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Landscape photography is one of the most popular genres for amateur photographers. Mastering the genre, however, takes time: time to perfect exposure, color, composition, and--perhaps above all else--the ability to see and record the landscape in a way that will make your photographs stand above the rest. This guide delves into the world of 16 leading lights, each with their own unique take on how, where, and why the landscape should be recorded. Through probing interviews and beautifully reproduced images, the reader is given an insight into the artist's working practices, from equipment to techniques. Glorious color photographs sit beside atmospheric monochrome, the latest digital techniques rub shoulders with traditional film-based imaging, and conventional landscape mores are countered by experimental artworks, guaranteeing something to inspire every reader.

Title Photographing Creative Landscapes
Author Michael Orton
Publisher Amherst Media
Release Date 2001
Category Photography
Total Pages 125
ISBN 1584280484
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Combining inspiration, experience, and technique, this guide to landscape photography goes beyond traditional realistic landscapes and teaches photographers to create their own impressionistic images of the natural world. Instructions are provided for such camera techniques as lens movement, lighting, filtration, and creative exposure, so that photographers can manipulate their images to have dreamlike qualities. Darkroom techniques such as sandwiching negatives, controlling contrast and grain, and color control can be used on their own or with the camera techniques to yield spectacular results.

Dusk To Dawn by Glenn Randall

Title Dusk to Dawn
Author Glenn Randall
Publisher Rocky Nook, Inc.
Release Date 2018-05-18
Category Photography
Total Pages 232
ISBN 9781681983080
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the past, landscape photography largely ended when the last light of dusk faded from the sky. Today it’s only beginning. The latest digital cameras have made it easy to create images of the landscape at night that film and early digital photographers could only dream of. Equipped with off-the-shelf cameras, more and more photographers are venturing into the night, far beyond the comforting glow of city lights, and returning with spectacular images of places both familiar and unknown that are unlike anything seen before.

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Dusk to Dawn: A Guide to Landscape Photography at Night is your guide to this new photographic world. In it, photographer Glenn Randall—author of the bestselling The Art, Science, and Craft of Great Landscape Photography—teaches you how to plan, shoot, and process professional-quality images of the Milky Way, the aurora, lunar eclipses, meteor showers, star trails, and landscapes lit solely by moonlight. Throughout the book, Randall emphasizes ways to integrate beautiful depictions of the night sky with equally compelling renditions of the land below it to create complete landscape images that evoke a sense of place—and a sense of wonder. Equipped with the knowledge in this book, readers will be prepared to create their own nocturnal masterpieces.

Shifting Horizons by Catherine Fehily

Title Shifting Horizons
Author Catherine Fehily
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2021-01-08
Category Photography
Total Pages 144
ISBN 9781000324662
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Throughout the history of photography the genre of landscape has been dominated by male perspectives. In this work, ten women photographers interpret the notion of landscape from a variety of perspectives.

Title Contemporary Landscape Photography
Author Carl Heilman
Publisher Amphoto
Release Date 2010
Category Photography
Total Pages 176
ISBN 0817439684
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Instructs amateur photographers on the basics of capturing vivid landscape images, sharing guidelines on modern techniques for natural and urban subjects while covering topics from exposure and composition to lighting and creative effects. Original.

Title Digital SLR Settings and Shortcuts For Dummies
Author Doug Sahlin
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release Date 2010-12-07
Category Photography
Total Pages 368
ISBN 1118021606
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Discover the easy path to taking brilliant and memorable photos The popularity of DSLR cameras remains on the rise, yet these digital cameras still present a challenge to novice photographers who lack a foundation in photography skills. This straightforward-but-friendly guide walks you through the 100 most common photos that amateur photographers like to include in their personal portfolios and offers specific advice on getting the correct exposure settings, composition, and lighting while sparing you the technical jargon. Seasoned author and photographer Doug Sahlin includes more than 300 full-color photos on everything from family portraits and pets to nature and sporting events, all aimed at providing you with inspiration as you work to find your own individual style. Skips the technical jargon and shows you where to start for optimal exposure settings. Offers shortcuts, tips, and advice for setting the camera to make specific shots and making impromptu adjustments when needed Includes more than 300 full-color photos of people, nature, sports, events, and places that serve as example and inspiration Helps you get the best photographs from your DSLR while you work with movement in action photos, finicky lighting with fireworks or amusement parks at night, or distance, blur, and intricate details Walks you through troubleshooting the most common digital photography problems Digital SLR Settings & Shortcuts For Dummies delivers the starting point for getting the necessary settings so you can get great digital photos.

Title The Art Science and Craft of Great Landscape Photography
Author Glenn Randall
Publisher Rocky Nook, Inc.
Release Date 2015-03-16
Category Photography
Total Pages 240
ISBN 9781457189036
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Art, Science, and Craft of Great Landscape Photography teaches photographers how to convert their visual peak experiences-moments of extraordinary natural beauty that evoke a sense of wonder and awe-into stunning images that elicit the same awestruck emotion in their viewers. Randall is an experienced wilderness photographer, and whether you want to venture into the mountains for once-in-a-lifetime shots of raw nature, or simply hone your landscape photography skills from the safety of your back deck, Randall explains the art, science and craft of creating astounding images.Randall begins by focusing on the art of landscape photography. He describes his three-step process for composing a photograph and shows how good composition is an organic process that begins with rules but ultimately transcends them. Randall then explores the science behind successful landscape photographs, which requires understanding key concepts from geography, optics, vision, and psychology. These concepts include: Understanding how the position of the sun at sunrise and sunset varies throughout the year, which will help you plan when and where to shoot. Understanding optics to predict where rainbows will appear, how polarizers will interact with reflections, and where to find spectacular light. Understanding how to use topographic maps and computerized mapping tools to help you find the most promising shooting locations in the wilderness. Understanding how our visual system analyzes images and the psychology of how we view art. These insights will help you produce successful photographs. Exposure is a central aspect of the craft of landscape photography, and Randall tackles the challenges of this topic from every angle-from tips on calculating exposures in the field, to achieving correct exposure in high-contrast lighting situations, to the best digital darkroom techniques.Great landscape photography can be mastered with practice and by applying the techniques taught in this book. The Art, Science, and Craft of Great Landscape Photography is intended for those who already understand the basics of photography and who are ready to master the finer nuances of creating magnificent landscape photographs. Foreword by Reid Callanan Director, Santa Fe Photographic Workshops

Creative Landscapes by Harold Davis

Title Creative Landscapes
Author Harold Davis
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release Date 2011-06-17
Category Photography
Total Pages 240
ISBN 1118098331
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Capture the beauty of the world around you with this professional advice Landscape photography inspires millions of photographers. If you're one of them, you'll find new insight into landscape photography in this book by professional photographer Harold Davis, as well as tips, tricks, and technical advice to help you improve the quality of your photos. You'll learn to use lighting and composition creatively, choose and use appropriate equipment, look at your subject matter in a new way, and even when to break the rules in order to capture the best image of all. Illustrated with the author's own spectacular landscape photos. Landscape photography intrigues and inspires photographers, but there is more to getting great landscape photos than many photographers expect Professional photographer Harold Davis teaches tricks and techniques that will enhance your skills Explains how to approach the subject creatively, choose and use appropriate equipment, and refine photographic technique to create spectacular landscape shots Looks at how lighting, texture, and composition affect landscape imagery Lavishly illustrated with the author's own photos Landscapes have long been a popular photographic subject; this book helps you advance your skills as a landscape photographer.

Title 100 Ways to Take Better Landscape Photographs
Author Guy Edwardes
Publisher David and Charles
Release Date 2012-04-01
Category Photography
Total Pages 261
ISBN 9781446351895
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A simple and comprehensive troubleshooting guide to landscape photography. 100 Ways to Take Better Landscape Photographs is an easy-reference guide to landscape photography. Packed with practical advice and stunning photos, this book will help and inspire photographers of all levels. The book is divided into themed sections and features simple explanations of techniques, which will help both beginners and more advanced photographers get the results they want. The thematic sections cover all areas of landscape photography, including coastal, panoramic, and seasonal, as well as lighting effects, composition, and exposure.

Title The Art of Landscape Photography
Author Mark Bauer
Publisher Ammonite Press
Release Date 2021-09
Category
Total Pages 192
ISBN 1781454485
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Art of Landscape Photography is an expert guide to the theories, techniques and artistry of composition and how it can be used to create beautiful and engaging landscape images. In this visually stunning and highly informative book, two of the UK's leading photographers, Mark Bauer and Ross Hoddinott, investigate widely accepted theories on composition and what appeals to our sense of beauty. They also put the principles into practice, using their own images to illustrate the points. Technique is discussed, but the emphasis is firmly on how it affects the aesthetics of an image. This book is aimed at those who have grasped the fundamental technical aspects of photography and are keen to expand your artistic understanding. The principles of composition to convey meaning and emotion are at the heart and soul of landscape photography. This title tackles the art of composition in great depth, emphasizing how technique can impact on the aesthetics of an image. Key points: Written by two of the UK's leading landscape photographers Expert advice on equipment, shooting technique, and processing Guidance on shooting in different types of landscape and how to use light creatively Examination of formal styles and how to develop a personal style

Intimate Landscapes by Eliot Porter

Title Intimate Landscapes
Author Eliot Porter
Publisher Metropolitan Museum of Art
Release Date 1979-01-01
Category Nature photography
Total Pages 143
ISBN 9780870992094
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Landscape Photography by Saskia Boelsums

Title Landscape Photography
Author Saskia Boelsums
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2020-02-29
Category
Total Pages 208
ISBN 9089898107
Language English, Spanish, and French
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* Powerfully atmospheric landscape photographs inspired by the heritage of Dutch Old Master paintingsThe dramatic landscape photographs of Saskia Boelsums manifest a strong connection to the Dutch tradition of landscape paintings. She is inspired by nature, weather, and the seasons, with clouds and skies characterized by moody chiaroscuro and painterly monumentality. The reality of the changing climate, and what this will mean for the future, is a theme that runs throughout her work. She captures not only the beauty of the landscape, but also a vague sense of uncertainty and threat. As she says: "It looks like the classic historical Dutch landscapes and skies are being pushed out by landscapes and skies that are the result of climate change. I am very aware of that tension." "I am photographing when most people think the weather is too bad to go outside. By exploring different landscapes in all four seasons, I feel strongly connected to the universe. That feeling I'm trying to pass on through my landscape photos." - Saskia Boelsums.

Photographing Iceland by Martin Schulz

Title Photographing Iceland
Author Martin Schulz
Publisher Rocky Nook, Inc.
Release Date 2018-07-17
Category Photography
Total Pages 216
ISBN 9781681984100
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Considered by many to be the world’s top destination for amateur andprofessional landscape photographers, Iceland possesses unparalleled beauty, and the variety of spectacular landscapes found on this small island is astounding. Whether you’re visiting Iceland as a destination in its own right or as a stopover on your way elsewhere, you’re bound to have a unique and memorable experience.

To help you make the most of your trip—no matter how long or short it is—Photographing Iceland provides you with five unique photography-focused tours that cover 37 must-see locations for you to photograph.

Author, photographer, and Iceland expert Martin Schulz is your guide, providing you with background information on each location, detailed directions (including QR codes with Google Maps links), advice on gear and traveling, suggestions on the best time of year and day to visit each location, and the ideal angles from which to shoot. (Because who wants to end up on the wrong side of Europe’s largest waterfall, Dettifoss, shooting it against harsh midday sunlight?) Each tour conveniently starts and ends in Reykjavík, allowing you to complete one or more tours on your trip or combine all the tours for one epic adventure.

Tours include:

    • Trip 1: Snæfellsnes
    • Trip 2: The North of Iceland
    • Trip 3: The South Coast of Iceland
    • Trip 4: Golden Circle Plus the Secret Waterfalls
    • Trip 5: Reykjavík
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