A course book on successfully shooting landscapes. Part of a series of tutorials that explain the basic skills and techniques of photography in relation to a specific subject area, it includes structured lessons and projects to help track progress. It is divided into six main sections: Basics, Lessons, Revision, Project, Analysis and Progress.
For still and multimedia photographers including landscape, studio, wedding and portrait pros, the D810 will ignite your creativity and help you capture images that astound. Intended for still and multimedia photographers, this is a comprehensive step-by-step guide that includes a pull-out quick reference card.
Assumes a good working knowledge of the technical basics - such as correct exposure, filtration, and sharpness - and concentrates on the 'heart and soul' of landscape photography: the principles of composition and aesthetic design to convey meaning and emotion.
Written in a manner that is especially suited to and of interest to older readers, Digital Photography for the Over 50s shows you how to choose a camera, become familiar with its use and produce some memorable photos while taking the terror and mystique out of the technology. Complete with full colour CD
With strong emphasis on the ethics and legalities of animal welfare, the protection of the environment and the responsibilities of the photographer, this text covers the practical techniques of photography and how they relate to capturing images of quarry that is invariably erratic, often endangered, and typically shy and elusive.
The landscape is not only endlessly varied it is also constantly changing, and this is what makes it such a fascinating and challenging subject. Using a fabulous collection of landscape photography shot in the UK, the USA and France, the author gives photographers of every ability the knowledge needed to compose stunning digital photographs.
Beginning with a comprehensive guide to the choice of cameras, lenses and other equipment and accessories, the author discusses the fundamentals of exposure - aperture, shutter speed, ISO, dynamic range - and an appreciation of the effects of light on the landscape, at various times of the day and in all types of weather.
The D750 is Nikon's new full-frame DSLR, occupying a position between the D610 and D810 in the company's FX format line-up. This book is designed for the serious photographer, and is of particular interest to anyone stepping up to full-frame from one of Nikon's APS-C format models.