The field techniques photographers need to photograph water with pleasing results—including motion control when photographing running water, lighting, shutter speed, and framing and perspective—are explained in this guide. Designed for outdoor enthusiasts of all abilities, ages, and experience levels, five major photographic themes are presented through clear instruction and series of photographic comparisons that illustrate the varying results of decisions photographers make. The creative process, equipment, and techniques by which each photo is produced are described, and film and exposure information is given throughout.
|Publisher:||Amherst Media, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||8.51(w) x 10.97(h) x 0.32(d)|
About the Author
Cub Kahn is the author of "Essential Skills for Nature Photography." His photos have appeared in numerous publications, including "Audubon, Backpacker, National Wildlife, Sierra," and the "New York Times." He lives in Forest Grove, Oregon.