Mastering Water Photography: Artistry and Technique

Mastering Water Photography: Artistry and Technique

By Christoher K. Sandberg

  • Release Date : 2010-10-02
  • Genre : Photography
  • FIle Size : 25.98 MB
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Description

Mastering Water Photography: Artistry and Technique Landscape photographer Chris Sandberg explains how to find and make imaginative and compelling images of water.

Chris reveals the secrets to great water photography through practical tips on artistic ideas and camera techniques.

Over 130 pictures illustrate each of Chris' ideas and suggestions, and guide the reader through a dozen topics that build skills and confidence.
Based on Chris' passion for water photography and personal experiences, this handbook can be used at home for study and in the field for reference.

Reviews

  • So Many Tips!

    5
    By ZackOJones
    I bought and read this book the week before my wife and I headed to the foothills of South Carolina to photograph some of the waterfalls there. I can see a HUGE difference in my photographs now that I've read the book and put the tips to use. Photos that I may have immediately deleted in the past I've been able to turn into interesting abstract water photos. I can't thank the author enough for publishing this book. It has really improved my photography I've shot at or around water and waterfalls. Regardless of your level of skill I'm certain you'll find several tips you can implement to improve your photography as well.
  • great resource

    5
    By Dark knight71808
    I spend a lot of time and energy photographing waterfalls. This is a great way to get more insight into creating better images from your effort. It seems to bring you back to basics and let you know the image is right in front of you if you allow it to present itself. The only thing I would add is to invest in a remote shutter release. This allows you to capture the image with out needing to touch your camera and risk blur.

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