You have great ideas and you have a camera with incredible capabilities. All you need to do is translate your ideas into photographs. But which settings create which effects? What choices do professional photographers make? When and how to use HDR? These two popular in-depth ebooks aim to give you creative control of your camera so you can turn your ideas into stunning landscape photography. We were able to get a 50% discount for our readers which has expired, sorry about that, stay tuned to see what’s next!
As professional photographers working in the field every day, Mike Langford and Jackie Ranken want to share their knowledge, ideas, and tips for getting the best out of landscape photography. In these eBooks, they seek to inspire you to use the latest features on your DSLR camera. In these books they inspire you to use the latest features in your DSLR cameras – in particular the HDR and multiple exposure options.
This series is primarily about the ‘in camera experience.’ It’s about making the best photograph possible at the time of exposure. They’ll tell you how and why they made each photograph and the photographic process required to ‘get the shot.’
Some of the many topics covered:
Creative Landscape Photography I (86 pages):
- Shutter Speed
- Depth of Field
Creative Landscape Photography II (93 pages):
- Creative Process
- White Balance
- Color Space
- Macro Photography
- Multiple Exposure
- Picture Styles
- Exposure Modes
- Focusing Modes
- Drive Modes
- High Dynamic Range (HDR) Photography
- In-Camera Special Effects
The ebooks also include a quick guide with checklists to help you through the shooting process, a camera navigation guide, and the authors’ personal gear recommendations.
Most photographs emanate from an idea or the response to an emotion. Ideas are about expressing what you think and how you feel. To express an idea in a photograph you need to use the capabilities of your camera and combine the most useful settings.
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