240 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations, tables
Capture the beauty of the world around you with this professional advice Landscape photography inspires millions of photographers. If you're one of them, you'll find new insight into landscape photography in this book by professional photographer Harold Davis, as well as tips, tricks, and technical advice to help you improve the quality of your photos. You'll learn to use lighting and composition creatively, choose and use appropriate equipment, look at your subject matter in a new way, and even when to break the rules in order to capture the best image of all. Illustrated with the author's own spectacular landscape photos.
Introduction The Tao of Landscape - Why Landscape Photography? - Landscape in the Modern World - Grand Landscapes - Intimate Landscapes - Imaginary Landscapes - Abstractions and Patterns - The Landscape in Black & White - The Lonely Road Tools & Techniques - Choosing a Camera - Lenses - Using a Tripod - Exposure and Landscapes - Aperture and Depth-of-Field - ISO - Noise and Landscape Photography - Capturing Motion - Composition and Landscape - Landscapes and Lighting - Working with Weather - Planning Tools One World, Many Landscapes - Seasons and a Sense of Place - Earth and Sky - Mountains - Deserts - Seascapes - People and Landscapes - Reflections - The City as Landscape - The Night Landscape Landscapes and Post-Processing - Understanding Digital Workflow - The RAW Advantage - Multi-RAW Processing - Understanding HDR - HDR Software - Hand-HDR - Monochromatic Conversions - Understanding LAB Color - LAB Color and Tonal Adjustments - Selective Sharpening in LAB Notes and Resources Glossary Index
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Harold Davis is an award-winning professional photographer. He is the author of more than 30 books, including "Creative Lighting: Digital Photography Tips & Techniques", "Creative Black & White: Digital Photography Tips & Techniques", and "The Photoshop Darkroom 2: Creative Digital Transformations". Harold writes the popular Photoblog 2.0.