Digital Nature and Landscape PhotographyBook - 2007
Landscape photography is one of the last bastions of film; gradually, however, that is changing and more and more leading landscape photographers are adopting digital technology. For many amateurs the question remains whether digital can truly live up to the quality of a Fuji Velvia slide. Mark Lucock is a practicing professional and outlines simple techniques for ensuring that your landscape and nature images are both technically and creatively excellent. Digital Nature and Landscape Photography includes: Understanding the creative aspects of landscape and nature photography. Practical advice for using a digital camera in the field. The digital workflow, including advice on hardware and software. Basic and advanced image-editing techniques. How to create the perfect finished product for screen or print. Library Journal - July 08 Lucocks splendid volume covers the new technical possibilites of digital nature and landscape photography. The coverage encompasses advice on the digital workflow from hardware to software, understanding the rich, creative potential of the medium, the use of digital cameras in the field, and basic and advanced image-editing techniques. As a biologist, professional photographer, and experienced author, Lucock is uniquely qualified to have produced this highly recommended book.
Publisher: Lewes, East Sussex : Photographers' Institute Press, 2007.
Characteristics: 175 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm