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By: Fran Halsall
144 pages, 75 col photos
The author, a landscape photographer, explores the elements that make up a great picture. This is a book not so much about technicalities as about ways of seeing, making it an invaluable and accessible guide for anyone who wishes to take landscape photographs or who is interested in the sometimes mysterious distinction between a decent image and an amazing one.
Halsall's clearly articulated commentaries on her own photographs, divided into three sections - Light, Form and Time - reveal her sensitivity to nature, attention to detail, boundless patience and intelligent analysis.
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