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World Off Track

World Off Track is a compilation of images taken by photographer Jarret Schecter as he travelled the world by train. All of the images features are taken through a train window, but never fear, there are still some really great and unique images to be seen. The unique viewpoint of a train window actually allows you to see scenes you may never have gotten to see were you not on a train, and by publishing his images, Jarret shares these unique views with the world. From slums and subu...

Landscape Photography - The Four Seasons

Landscape Photography – The Four Seasons is a title that takes you through each season step by step, showing you how to get the best out of your photography for each one. Starting with spring and moving to summer, then autumn and finally winter, each chapter begins with an introduction to the season and what you can expect, before moving on to what specific kit will be useful for that season. Metering modes, focusing and depth of field is covered, and depending on the season, different ...

Visual Flow - Mastering the Art of Composition

Visual Flow: Mastering the Art of Composition is an eBook all about how to compose your photos so that they are pleasing to the eye. Author Ian Plant is a well known and renowned wildlife and landscape photographer, and this eBook features his work in abundance along with that of fellow landscape photographer George Stocking, who has captured some stunning images. The book begins with a brief introduction to composition theory, and how a lot of photographic composition theory can trace i...

Views Across The Landscape - An Essential Guide To Landscape Photography

Views Across The Landscape: An Essential Guide To Landscape Photography is a book covering all things landscape. The book begins by looking at equipment, and how the type of camera your use and number of megapixels could have an impact on your photos. It then moves on to look at accessories, including tripods, lenses and filters. It looks at the difference between zoom and prime lenses, before moving on to filters and different filter systems. Next to book looks at techniques, including ...

Scotland's Fifty Finest Mountains: A Photographic Exploration

Scotland's Fifty Finest Mountains is a detailed photographic exploration into some of the most stunning views of Scottish mountains. John Parminter has been a landscape photographer for a relatively short time, yet his images speak of years of experience in the hills. Since he was young he has felt an affirmation with mountains, fells and hills, and this exploration brings his love of Scottish mountains into photos. The book sets out to showcase the very finest mountains that Scotland ha...

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...