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Learn How To Take Great Landscape Photographs
With Any Camera And A Few Basic Accessories!
"Landscape photography is the supreme test of the photographer - and often the supreme disappointment." - Ansel Adams
Landscape photography is at the same time one of the easiest and most difficult subjects to approach. It is easy because landscapes are so familiar and accessible - they are all around us, and by now most of the obvious scenic views are catalogued tourist attractions with established viewpoints. In addition, landscapes are pretty permanent: they don't move, and so all that is necessary is to get there with a camera. Finally, for the simplest shot, there are no extreme technical difficulties.
But despite this simplicity, there is an outstanding difference between the ordinary "postcard" views and the finest creative results of landscape photography. Many casually-conceived photographs of interesting views that stimulated the photographer turn out to be disappointing, failing to capture the essence of the scene. This is precisely because landscapes are such familiar, accessible subjects. Many photographers do not put a great deal of effort into a shot, yet to lift a landscape photograph out of the ordinary requires considerable perception and technique.
Achieving great landscape photography is not an accident. There are some basics you need to master but it's all pretty simple stuff. And those are the techniques that this eBook will teach you.
Image how good you'll feel when friends and family who look at your photos go "Oohh" and "Aahhh" rather than "Hmmm, anyone for coffee?"
Imagine feeling so good in what you've accomplished that you'll proudly hang you work on the wall.
Imagine reaching a level where you can sell your photos fo rsome extra money.
Here's what you'll learn in this eBook:
Find out what lansdscape photography is all about
The basics of photography and why they're so important
How ISO Speed, Aperture, Shutter Speed, Focal Length and Depth of Field inter-relate
A technique called Hyperfocal Focusing for maximising your photos
The importance of filters for your camera and the best ones to use
How and when to use Graduated, Polarizing, Neutral Density and UltraViolet filters
The best times to take landscape photos
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