The Landscape Photography Field Guide: Capturing the Great Outdoors with Your Digital SLR Camera

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Focal Press, 2011 - Computers - 192 pages
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Landscape is perhaps the most enduring photographic genre, and, as we travel, we are always encountering new and exciting scenes we'd love to capture. The Landscape Photographer's Field Guide provides a complete pro reference in a compact book which can be carried in even the most compact camera bag, always at hand. With his extensive experience of shooting from remote locations, Carl Heilman II has established himself as one of American's leading National Park photographers. Every word in this book, and all of the inspirational photography, all draw from that experience and make that craft accessible to enthusiasts looking for a professional advice, wherever and whenever they need it.

With sections on core skills, shooting for digital, and even advanced techniques like 3D, this book is everything a photographer on the move could need.

* A portable but comprehensive field guide that lets you capture the perfect landscape like a pro * Expert guidance from a veteran photographer that will help you get the best result from any landscape, whatever the conditions * Approachable style and immediate usefulness make this the perfect companion for outdoor shutterbugs

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Carl Heilmann II's award-winning photography has been published in Outside, National Parks, Adirondack Life, and other magazines, as well as in nine books of photography. He resides in upstate New York and can be found at Uwww.carlheilman.comU.

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