The Photographer's Guide to Landscapes is an inspiring practical guide that explores every aspect of landscape photography. Starting with seeing the picture, it uses examples of landscape photographs to illustrate why one shot works when another fails.
This is a book that's as much about images as it is about technique. It's as much about having an eye for a picture as it is about having a mastery of the technicalities of black and white. And hopefully, for all the things that are passed on through the words of the photographers who created this collection of incredible images, one of the main benefits of the book will be its ability simply to inspire.
The book covers everything from traditional pastoral scenes to urban and industrial landscapes. There is sound technical information on cameras, film and lenses, plus plenty of practical advice on lighting, composition and perspective.