To set you on the path to success, Masters of Landscape Photography delves into the world of 16 leading lights, each with their own unique take on how, where, and why the landscape should be recorded. Through probing Q&A style interviews and beautifully reproduced images, the reader is given an insight into the artist's working practices, from the equipment they use to the techniques they employ to create their breathtaking and visionary works.
In this lavishly illustrated title, glorious colour photographs sit beside atmospheric monochrome, the latest digital techniques rub shoulders with traditional film-based imaging, and conventional landscape mores are countered by experimental artworks, guaranteeing something to inspire the reader, no matter what their landscape persuasion.
Ross Hoddinott has won Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year and British Wildlife Photographer of the Year. His books include Digital Exposure Handbook, The Art of Landscape Photography, and Digital Macro Photography.
Robert Macfarlane is one of our leading writers on landscape, language, nature and environmentalism. He is a Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and his essays appear regularly in the Guardian and The New York Times. His books include the 2003 winner of the Guardian First Book and Somerset Maugham awards, Mountains of the Mind (2003) and his work has been published in over 20 countries and adapted for television and radio by the BBC.