Developing Vision and Style: A Landscape Photography Masterclass

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Photographers aspiring to create images that reflect their own visions of a chosen landscape with a distinctive personal style will find great inspiration and practical guidance in this book. Alongside a portfolio of their latest work, each of the three photographers writes about the genre for which they are known: how they came to it, what inspires them, and how each developed his own particular style. The book also features photographs submitted by readers of Outdoor Photography magazine, accompanied by ...

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Overview

Photographers aspiring to create images that reflect their own visions of a chosen landscape with a distinctive personal style will find great inspiration and practical guidance in this book. Alongside a portfolio of their latest work, each of the three photographers writes about the genre for which they are known: how they came to it, what inspires them, and how each developed his own particular style. The book also features photographs submitted by readers of Outdoor Photography magazine, accompanied by comments, critiques, and advice from the authors who suggest ways in which these contributors might further develop and refine their work. The combination of stunning imagery with inspirational and insightful three-to-one advice makes this a truly unique photography guide, which no landscape enthusiast will want to be without.

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These two volumes use completely different methods for inspiring photographers of the natural world. The unique format of Developing Vision and Style contains a dialog among three admired British landscape photographers (Charlie Waite, David Ward, and Joe Cornish) moderated by editor Eddie Ephraums. The answers to his thought-provoking questions are illustrated with each photographer's work. The same questions are then presented to several amateur and professional photographers for their insights, again accompanied by examples of their work. The result is a stunning landscape photography tutorial full of a broad range of insights. Highly recommended for all collections.

Lucock's splendid volume covers the new technical possibilities of digital nature and landscape photography. The coverage encompasses advice on the digital workflow from hardware to software, understanding the rich, creative potential of the medium, the use of digital cameras in the field, and basic and advanced image-editing techniques. As a biologist, professional photographer, and experienced author, Lucock is uniquely qualified to have produced this highly recommended book.
—Daniel Lombardo

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781902538495
  • Publisher: Aurum Press, Limited
  • Publication date: 1/1/2008
  • Series: Light & Land series
  • Pages: 160
  • Sales rank: 1,155,875
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 10.20 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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