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David Noton is a highly respected landscape photographer and this book clearly shows why. Not only are we treated to a selection of stunning landscapes but also to some interesting anecdotes and, more importantly, highly useful tips on David's approach to landscape photography.
It's written in a friendly chatty way which makes it much easier to read an digest, unlike many of the books that drone on about the technicalities of photography.
You get an insight into the various technical element that make or break a landscape photographer along with details of the necessary skills to capture the most dramatic scenes. You'll learn how to make the most of the time, weather, situation, location equipment and much more. There's also a gallery showing some of David's favourite images along with very detailed captions and a section on what gear he uses. Anyone else have five rucksack bags???
If landscapes is your subject or you're considering having a go, we'd recommend this book without any question of a doubt.