Moodscapes: The Theory and Practice of Fine-Art Landscape Photography
Landscape photography is one of the art’s most accessible areas, whether you’re just starting out or refining your vision. This book reveals the palette of techniques that will make your photography stand out from the crowd and win a place on a gallery wall. While other writers and bloggers concentrate on the technical aspects of landscape, this book will help you put those practical skills – which are all in these pages too – into use in a wider variety of ways, including styles popular with contemporary art customers. Readers will also gain an insight into how the Icelandic author was able to break out onto the global stage using online communities; invaluable advice for photographers at any stage in their career, but especially those at the start of it. This book will appeal to both students exploring their skills and looking to build a portfolio that pops, and any landscape photographer with an eye for mystery or mood. · Evoke emotion and experience when shooting landscapes. · Covers all the technical skills required to develop your creative vision. · Master both straight-out-of-the-camera shots and subtle, artistic digital manipulation. Features of the book include: · Inspiring shots of Iceland’s incredible landscape. · Fully illustrated step by step walkthroughs show how to edit your landscapes for maximum impact. · Rebekka is a very experimental photographer and the book will help the reader get started with unusual techniques like long exposures.