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The Landscape Photography Workshop Paperback – December 1, 2012
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Mark Bauer is rapidly establishing a reputation as one of the UK’s leading landscape photographers. He is a regular contributor to photographic press, currently writing for Digital SLR magazine, Photography Monthly and Landscape Photography. He has written three books and is also a multi-award winner in the prestigious Landscape Photographer of the Year competition. Ross Hoddinott is one of the UK’s leading outdoor photographers. He is a regular contributor to a number of magazines, including Outdoor Photography and Digital SLR Photography. He has enjoyed multiple successes in the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition and in 2008 was on the judging panel. In 2009, Ross was named British Wildlife Photographer of the Year at the annual BWPA awards. Ross is the author of five photography books.
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Finally, Chapter 10 provides several “Creative Assignments” which challenge readers to utilize the information that was presented in the book.
Well worth the investment in time and money.
Having said that I still learned a few things from these guys. I think it is an excellant learning aid for anybody starting out in landscape work and I would have appreciated it more 15 years ago.
It is nice to look at,well laid out and easy to understand with nice pics.I am really pleased I got it. Mine came from Amazon com where it is well priced.I think the £27 asking price in the UK for a soft cover book is far to much no matter how good.I highly recommend this to all budding landscape shooters. Bob Rock, [...]
The book begins with a discussion of the equipment that is required for landscape photography. (Digital single lens reflex camera owners will be pleased to learn they've made a good choice.) This is followed by discussions of exposure, composition and lighting. Next there is a chapter on filters for landscape photography, which recognizes that many such devices have been rendered obsolete in the age of digital post-processing, but that a few provide effects that can't be easily duplicated in the computer. The chapter on the types of landscapes, like mountains or woodlands, provides useful considerations for working in different environments. There is a chapter on advanced techniques, like hyperfocal distance, that scarcely seemed advanced, but rather essential to the aspiring landscape photographer. The book ends with chapters on post-processing and printing and provides a list of assignments. There is a series of FAQs that apparently didn't otherwise fit into the organization of the book.
The book is well written and clear and the images are of good quality and support the text. The first seven chapters all explore basic concepts of image capture and will serve the new landscape photographer well. The authors emphasize several key points, like the fact that the range of light that the camera can capture is more limited than the human eye and they suggest different techniques the photographer can apply to deal with these recurring problems. On the other hand, as might be expected, the chapter on post-processing just skimmed the surface of this area of expertise. Anyone expecting to process their images in Lightroom, Photoshop or other image-processing software will hear a few important concepts that should be kept in mind, but using such software will require a deeper level of study than this book provides. As to printing, the authors seemed to give short shrift to the availability of printer profiles from paper manufacturers keyed to specific printers, and they just surrender when it comes to sharpening. The list of assignments seemed designed to give meaning to the word "workshop" in the title, but reading the first seven chapters, particularly the one on environments, should provide most folks with more information and incentive than this brief chapter.
There a number of excellent books on the market introducing the new photographer to landscapes. This is certainly one of the better ones. But, if you've already read a similar text and are ready to move on to creating more artistic landscapes, this book is not likely to add to your skills.
Amateurs- if you are interested in outdoor photography and or landscapes buy this book it is clear and not to complicated (as all photo books should be IMO) you will surely learn some great stuff
intermediate- I would still recommend this book as it was loaded with excellent information and great insight on how to capture truly fantastic landscape photos!
Advanced/pros - if you are at this level then you probably aren't searching high and low for how to books BUT.. this book has plenty of great info and is absolutely worth the read.. I didn't feel like they held back with the tips or info as many photography books do..Where you feel as if the author doesn't want to let you know everything as you may someday surpass them.. i didn't get that feeling from this book overall i thought it was excellent and definitely worth the read..
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I still use it for inspiration today and would definitely recommend this book.