Being a professional landscape photographer doesn’t make you a better photographer than an amateur. All it means is you earn your living using your photography, but with that comes an added pressure. Unlike when an amateur goes out with their camera, as a professional you must capture good photos every trip. If you don’t you won’t be able to cover your costs, pay the bills and would have a very short career.
In this book, landscape photographer Robin Whalley lifts the lid on how to capture consistently good landscape photography. Imagine being able to venture out, knowing that you’ll return with at least a few good shots and possibly many more.
If you think this is down to luck, think again. Luck does play a part, but it’s mainly down to following a different approach. An approach you can adopt as well to improve your photography.
In this book you will learn many important points to improve your landscape photography including:
· Why changing your camera for the latest megapixel monster could be a big mistake.
· Which accessories are the most important to ensuring good results when photographing the landscape.
· How to find the right light for the right subjects and when not to bother.
· How to ensure you’re consistently in the right place at the right time to capture the best light.
· And much, much more to help you shoot great landscape photography.
Written with the beginner and intermediate landscape photographer in mind, this book is packed with years of hard-won experience from out in the field. Some of this even appears so obvious when you first hear it that you wonder why you never realised. Unfortunately, good photographers don’t often share this vital information even though it’s the key to improved results.
Don’t struggle in ignorance.
About the author
Robin Whalley is a Landscape Photographer with a passion for software, image editing and a skill for sharing knowledge. He has been honing his photography skills since 2000 starting first with film before moving quickly to digital. He now speaks at Camera Clubs and Photographic Societies throughout the UK where he likes to share his insights into how to create engaging photography.