Nature and Landscape Photography: 71 Tips from the Top [Paperback]
Author: Martin Borg | Language: English | ISBN: 1933952865
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What happens when you bring two of your passions together? Magic, of course. Photography offers a perfect outlet for creativity and emotions. Nature provides peace, serenity, and a wellspring of energy. To combine both—to photograph nature—is a unique and fulfilling experience.
In this book, renowned Swedish nature photographer Martin Borg shares his experience and insight along with 71 of his beautiful images that illustrate each point. He offers helpful advice for beginning to intermediate photographers, ranging from technical tips, to aesthetics, to philosophical thoughts on the essence of being a nature photographer.
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- Paperback: 128 pages
- Publisher: Rocky Nook; 1 edition (August 26, 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1933952865
- ISBN-13: 978-1933952864
- Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 5.6 x 0.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
This book is part of a new series from the publisher Rocky Nook called "edition espresso". Each is a short book of tips on a different photographic subject.
"Nature and Landscape Photography" is divided into eight sections entitled Thoughtful Photography, Finding the Rhythm, Capturing Light, Landscapes, the Details of Nature, Water, Unleash Your Creativity, and Taking the Next Steps. Within each section are several tips, usually with a page of text and a picture, although some pictures spill across the gutter for a two page tip. Borg's pictures are all excellent, although only one made me gasp as I might for some of the greater photographic artists. The tips are more concerned with image content and a bit of composition than raw technique. Nothing here discusses how to set an exposure, or focus (although the author does suggest where one might focus within the frame.) There is no discussion of equipment, except that the author makes the wise suggestion that a tripod is essential. A typical tip is that bad weather is good weather for a nature photographer.
Normally, I object to tip books because rather than teach a fundamental that can be applied across the board they suggest steps to follow rigorously to get a certain picture. That is not the case here. Instead, for the beginning nature photographer, who may be absorbed with getting a proper exposure or some similar mechanical act, there are some broader suggestions that will help him or her capture an idea. Experienced photographers probably will not derive as much from this book because they will have encountered these ideas over time. However, even though I consider myself experienced, I did find at least one tip I had not encountered before and found the book, which reads quickly, to be a useful refresher.
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