This new book, Portraits of Earth is a unique instructional book designed to help you improve your landscape photography. It is from the perspective of a professional portrait photographer who then changed course to become a successful landscape and travel photographer.
“This book is a collection of the lessons I learned as I floundered-about, trying to learn a new discipline that I thought, at first, had no connection to what I was known for: portraits. And yet the longer I thrashed, the more I found myself in familiar territory, looking for light, lines, and moments. While landscape photography is a discipline all it’s own, it’s not unconnected from other forms of photography. Composition is composition, and it doesn’t matter whether the subject is a bride, a whale, or a stunning landscape.” -David duChemin
Topics Covered (65 Pages):
- Land, Light, Lines
- Gear (Optics, Tripods, Filters)
“I hope you find in landscape photography the same thing that I’ve found, which to my great surprise is the same thing I found in portraiture: that the real joy is not the photographs at all, but the encounters those photographs make possible, and the revelations they provide.” -David duChemin
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