2 edition of Bushwhacking Your Way to Great Landscape Photography found in the catalog.
|Statement||Amherst Media, Incorporated|
|Publishers||Amherst Media, Incorporated|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 73 p. :|
|Number of Pages||85|
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He travels miles in the forest without aid of trails to find that a pristine spot, the summit of that one mountain, that perfect mirror like gem quality of a back- country pond and capture that with a lens. He researches his subjects extensively, making many trips to selected areas waiting for the perfect light, an interesting approach to the subject, and just the right moment.
] is an imaginative explorer who continues to inspire others to hike and photograph in wild places. Many seem to sacrifice some functionality with less than adequate ball heads added to give you an illusion of extra value. He is more than an avid hiker, though. For landscape photographers who love nature like remote places. Spencer's photography is not limited to scenery, landscape, and nature--it is documents seclusion. I started with some heavy models and then moved to the lighter ones made with more modern carbon fiber materials.
These are just a couple of the basics, and they are the most important.
In this book, he will teach you how to gear up for a successful shoot both in terms of choosing and using equipment and preparing yourself psychologically Bushwhacking Your Way to Great Landscape Photography physicallythen offers practical technical and artistic insights as to how to best go about documenting untouched landscapes, natural details, and the sense of seclusion one encounters in such a realm.
I figured out my composition hours beforehand and went back a bit before moonrise. Cranberry Lake-based author, guide and photographer Spencer Morrissey came out with a new book, his fifth, but most likely not his last. Yup, I knew just where I wanted to be at sunset. If you have a mirror on your compass, put the sighting line the vertical line right down the center of the mirror on the center of your dial and make sure you still have the red side of the needle in the red orienting outline on the dial.
They should do this at any conceivable angle you can think of, high or low, simply and quickly. Just take a look at the images on this site. I basically have a few requirements for my tripods. Simple — by helping you to precisely predetermine sun and moon position.
--This text refers to an alternate edition.
Tripods come in all types and materials from aluminum to carbon fiber.
I hope some of my experiences have helped, now get out there and start making some amazing landscape photography! Morrissey explains that he did some post-production work on the shot, making the sky and rippling clouds black and white, which allows the sloping hillside filled with fall color to pop even more.
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