David Taylor is a prolific author of practical photography books with over 30 titles to his name. In this book he tackles the complex subject of exposure…
Browsing: Book Review
David Hay reviews the new anthology of images of Japan “Forms of Japan” from the renowned photographer Michael Kenna; spanning his career of nearly 30 years
The popularity of Plateau Light is proven by the fact that it is has been reprinted three times, most recently in 2013. But is it still up to date?
There are many books on the market about how to take good photos. Is Mastering Landscape Photography by David Taylor any better than others?
Rafael Rojas has released a new eBook on post-processing. David Hay reviews it here and examines if this is an essential read that everyone should refer to?
Peter Watson is a well-known landscape photographer with a number of books to his name. His latest offering presents his landscape photography in a new way.
An eminent American landscape photographer and a writer have come together to release a book about America’s National Parks
Understanding Exposure is a newly revised 4th edition of Bryan Peterson’s most popular book, but is the new edition worth adding to your photography library?
Black and white photography is enjoying a renaissance in the digital era. Rafael Rojas shares tools and techniques that will raise the quality of your work.
David Hay reviews the 2015 edition of Kolor’s Panobook featuring 150 new panoramic images chosen by the jury members
David Hay reviews these four photographic guides to different parts of Britain that are written, researched and produced by Ellen Bowness
Tim Rudman’s first self-published book is the result of eight years spent producing beautiful black and white photos of Iceland. David Hay reviews this celebration of traditional hand printing and toning techniques
More Than a Rock is a collection of essays by landscape photographer, and LPM contributor, Guy Tal. David Hay has the review.
David Hay reviews a detailed guidebook to the Peak District’s many beautiful photographic locations by James Grant
Sublime Nature is a collection of film and digital images by some of the National Geographic Society’s world-class photographers. David Hay has the review
This collection of Icelandic landscapes, by Rebekka Guðleifsdóttir, demonstrates that a unique personal vision is more memorable than technical perfection
After his previous long-term projects, Workers in 1993 and Migrations in 2000, Sebastião Salgado embarked on a new project Genesis. David Hay has the review
David Hay reviews ‘Shore to Summit’, a book by Fran Halsall about the geology of many favourite landscape photography locations in the UK
A unique book exposing photographs that would otherwise have gone unnoticed, due to the political and financial problems surrounding the taking of them
David Hay reviews ‘Extraordinary Everyday Photography’, a book designed to teach how to create striking images in otherwise ordinary surroundings
Is the eighth Landscape Photographer of the Year book as good as previous versions? David Hay has the review
David Hay reviews Wild Britain, a blast from the past containing colourful images of UK landscapes captured on medium format cameras and Fuji Velvia film
Has ‘The Art of Landscape Photography’ succeeded in producing a new angle on this very familiar subject? David Hay has the review
This book is packed with information that will allow you to get to the most photogenic locations in the Lake District quickly, but is it worth the price?