Inspirational landscape and travel photography from master photographer David Noton. Learn the secrets of breathtaking photography in stunning locations from one of the world's best-known experts in the field. Follow David's journey across a wide geographical range - from exotic far-flung places to those closer to home - and share the challenges he experiences along the way. His friendly and very readable style captures the atmosphere of each location as successfully as the beautiful photographs: 'the light is to die for; crystal clear, golden and pure at this altitude. It feels like all of South America is spread out below; Lake Titicaca sparkles, the altiplano stretches away to the south, and the snowy mass of the Andes rears up to the east as the sun sets over Peru'. This book is a veritable feast of extraordinary photography and high quality printing showcases David's peerless techniques. It is also a very practical guide as the exciting and informative text gives invaluable insight into producing your own images. David has provided very useful shooting advice and essential technical information. He also explains professional post-production techniques. This is a companion volume to Waiting for the Light, another wonderful, evocative and inspirational exploration of David Noton's photography.
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David Noton is one of the world's most renowned landscape photographers, and runs his own highly successful freelance photography company. For many years he has worked for the UK's National Trust on countless commissions and he co-authored the NT publication Coast. For the last few years David has written a regular column for Practical Photography. He lives in Sherborne, Dorset, UK.
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Descripción David & Charles Publishers, 2010. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110715336142
Descripción David & Charles Publishers, 2010. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0715336142