144 pages, colour photos
This title will help photographers improve their picture taking by providing all the information they need in a clear, concise manner. It outlines only the crucial concepts and principles and applies them to real-world shooting scenarios. This is a superb introduction to scenic photography from acclaimed photographer and teacher George Schaub.
Photographers who want to improve their picture taking need a book that cuts right to the chase – one that provides the information instantly, without forcing them to wade through loads of extraneous detail. That's just what acclaimed photographer and teacher George Schaub does in this superb introduction to scenic photography: he outlines only the crucial concepts and principles – from spot metering and fill flash to backlighting and sharpening – and applies them to real-world shooting scenarios out in the field.
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George Schaub is the editorial director of Shutterbug Magazine and Shutterbug online. He is a noted teacher of digital photography and digital printing workshops around America and has authored 20 books on photography. He is a member of the faculty at the New School University and served as an Adjunct at the University of Alaska. His work has appeared in Travel & Leisure, Men's Journal, the New York Times and other publications.