There are many landscape photography books on the market today. So, how can anyone produce a new angle on this very familiar subject and create a successful publication? David Hay has the review
The authors of this book are both well-respected landscape photographers and in their new book, they tackle the familiar subject areas and techniques, but from their own personal point of view.
The book design is attractive with enough space given to the images to do them justice. Each photograph has a detailed and informative caption. Separate technique tips are included at intervals throughout the book, in coloured boxes. There is good use of white space and the background colour of the pages is altered throughout the book to give some visual variety. The print quality is excellent and there is a section at the back of the book with the technical details of all the pictures featured in the book. Unusually, there is no indication of …
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