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101 Top Tips for Digital Landscape Photography

101 Top Tips for Digital Landscape Photographers is an ideal book for anyone wanting to get into landscape photography. Author Carl Heilman II is a professional wilderness photographer, and certainly knows his stuff when talking about landscape photography. The book is simply laid out into 101 tips, with each tip having its own double page spread. It is further split into seven different chapters. Chapter one looks at the equipment and accessories you'll need, along with some general...

Michael Freeman's Photo School - Landscape

Michael Freeman's Photo School: Landscape is a detailed and informative book all about getting the best out of your landscape shots. The book begins with a few words on the theory of landscape photography and how it evolved, before going into what makes a good landscape shot, beginning with how important the sky is in a shot. As always in Freeman's series, this book introduces to a few students of landscape photography who submit photos to be commented on by Michael at the end of each mi...

Landscape Photography: Art and Techniques

Landscape Photography: Art and Techniques is a well set out book by Neil Creighton, who has 40 years experience in photography. The book first goes through the difference between photojournalism and art photography, and the pros and cons of using film over digital, before going on to discuss your camera. Creighton looks at the difference between the kinds of cameras, and what kind is best for different types of landscape photography. He also looks at all the different equipment you might nee...

Photographing the Elements: Capturing Nature's Most Extreme Phenomena

Photographing the elements has some truly stunning images inside its pages. The elements are a key part in everybody's life, and so to capture them at their most expressive makes for wonderful photos. The book covers all the elements, earth air, fire and water. In each of these sections, different aspects of each element are covered, complete with the best equipment to take with you for the trip. You may think that the book is full of volcanoes and other spectacular sights that most peop...

Guy Tillim: Second Nature

Presented in a landscape format, this book has very little words but what it lacks in words it makes up for in images. The book documents Guy Tillim's travels by placing one, large image on each page that's surrounded by a huge amount of white space to ensure all attention falls on each individual shot. There's an eclectic mix of imagery with seascapes and shots of beaches sat alongside excellent examples of street photography. However, unless you're a particular fan of Tillim's work, i...

Landscape Photography: The Four Seasons

If this book was sat on a shelf in a book shop it'd be its bright cover and spine that would catch your eye. Once the book's in your hands, you'll be even more impressed when you open the cover to find that it's actually a sort of storage unit for four smaller books, each of which focus on one season, that will easily fit in your bag and are easy to hold. Each of the smaller books cover techniques that are specific to the season it's talking about, mentioning equipment you need and shooting advi...

Land Matters -  Landscape Photography, Culture and Identity

Land Matters Landscape Photography, Culture and Identity is the latest book form Liz Wells. It is quite an academic text, but is still a rewarding read. It looks at issues raised from landscape photography over time. It also takes iconic landscape images, and analyses them. Every image is taken for a reason, and this book looks in to the cultural and social world that we live in to determine just why these photos were taken. The book explains how the landscape images that we take are i...

The Landscape Photography Workshop

'The Landscape Photography Workshop' has content faithful to its title. Ross Hoddinott and Mark Bauer seperate their information into chapters such as Equpiment, creative assignments and printing. They include example pictures and equipment pictures that are spoken about in detail. The content is relatively understandable but I would suggest that those familiar with the basics and maybe more voluntary knowledge of photography, should buy this book. Obviously to those also who are paticularly int...

Advanced Digital Landscape Photography

'Advanced Digital Landscape Photography' offers detailed information about equipment and techniques, creating your own vision, locations and lighting and post-processing. Heilman gives you his opinion of what camera is best suited to what you're trying to achieve, this book is seemingly best for those who know more about, or who are interested in, the technicalities involved in photography and who want to know more details about the camera's functions and what you can get from them. The lang...

Photography Essentials Full Frame: Landscape photography & photography techniques

If you want to be inspired, wowed and want to pick up a few essential photography tips along the way, you need to take a look at this book. You are taken on an exciting journey around the world in 191 pages where the varied collection of imagery and stories that flow through the book really do bring the experience to life. You share David's thoughts before, during and after his shoots and within this diary like approach, you also find tips and shooting advice you can use while out in the ...