The Landscape Photographer’s Guide

This is a new book designed for anyone who wants to explore the world of landscape photography, either as a casual hobby or as a more serious endeavor. Professional photographer Erik Stensland presents an easy to understand introduction to landscape photography – covering all the basics necessary to get you started on the road to creating beautiful photos. We were able to get a 28% discount for a short time which has expired, sorry about that, stay tuned to see what’s next!

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New: The Landscape Photographer’s Guide

It contains 79 pages of in-depth information as well as over 90 high resolution images which beautifully illustrate the various concepts covered in the book.

Some of the Many Topics Covered:

  • Introduction
  • Gear
  • The Great Equipment Myth
  • Camera
  • Lenses
  • Tripod
  • GND
  • Alarm Clock
  • Accessories
  • Light
  • Writing with Light
  • Gentle Light
  • Light with Color
  • Light and Direction
  • Weather
  • Composition
  • Clear Subject
  • Leading Lines
  • Interest Throughout
  • Orientation
  • Use of Balance
  • What Not to Do
  • Photographic Elements
  • Repeating Patterns
  • Contrast
  • Odd Numbers
  • Using Your Camera
  • Stabilization
  • ISO
  • White Balance
  • File Format
  • Focusing
  • AV Priority
  • Histogram
  • GND
  • Special Subjects
  • Waterfalls & Cascades
  • Flowers
  • Mountains
  • Oceans
  • Stars
  • Wildlife
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Pages from The Landscape Photographer’s Guide

  • Application
  • Scouting a Scene
  • Capturing the Scene
  • Processing
  • Using Raw
  • Software
  • Step-by-Step Process
  • Continuing Development
  • Focus on the Essentials
  • Know What You Don’t Know
  • Study the Work of Others
  • Seek Constructive Criticism
  • Resources
  • Helpful Tools
  • List of the Gear Erik Uses

Although this book is written for the beginner, it can also be a good refresher course for those who want to brush up on the essentials. It covers topics such as equipment, composition, lighting, subject matter, and post-processing. It is filled with practical suggestions on how to best approach each of these areas.

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