The Landscape Photography Workshop

Author(s): Ross Hoddinott

Photography

Create awe-inspiring landscape shots with this book from two of the UK's leading landscape photographers. This title features a number of practical assignments to encourage development as well as numerous colour photographs. Wow your friends and relatives with awe-inspiring landscape shots with this workshop-in-a-book. Two of the UK's leading landscape photographers come together to share their wealth of experience and teaching skills in this new title. "The Landscape Photography Workshop" aims to take the reader from the very basics of equipment and exposure through to advanced techniques. Landscape essentials, such as composition and filtration, are covered in-depth and explained in a precise yet easy-to-understand manner. This book also has chapters dedicated to post-processing and printing, enabling the reader to go successfully from camera to print, plus a number of practical assignments to encourage development and ensure that it stands out from other landscape photography publications.

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Ross Hoddinott is an award-winning professional outdoor photographer and writer. He will be familiar to readers of photographic and wildlife publications such as Outdoor Photography and BBC Wildlife. Mark Bauer is a landscape photographer specialising in atmospheric images of Dorset and the New Forest. He is a regular contributor to the UK photographic press, appearing in numerous publications. Together they run Dawn 2 Dusk Photography, offering a range of landscape photography workshops in the picturesque South West of England.

General Fields

  • : 9781861088918
  • : Guild of Master Craftsman Publications Ltd
  • : Photographers' Institute Press
  • : June 2011
  • : 235mm X 210mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : October 2011
  • : books

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  • : Ross Hoddinott
  • : Paperback
  • : 1
  • : 778.936
  • : 176
  • : full colour throughout, 250 photographs