Without doubt, landscape is the most popular area of photography, largely because it is so accessible. From creating highly polished images to expressive personal responses to the landscape, Tony Worobiec's The Landscape Photography Bible provides all the essential information you will need to achieve impressive results. Truly biblical in its scope, depth and in the inspiration it provides, this stimulating book has something for everyone, from enthusiastic amateurs to experienced photographers. Illustrated with Tony's accomplished and varied photos and written in his warm personal style, the book covers all practical considerations from captions that include full technical details for each shot, to information on cameras, lenses and accessories, and advice on the latest image software and post-processing. This really is the complete guide to taking top quality landscape photos in all conditions. Learn the secrets of spectacular landscape photography with this insider's guide. Full of expert advice from award-winning photographer Tony Worobiec, you will find everything you need to know from essential equipment to working in all lighting and weather conditions. Tony's images are wonderful - exciting and inspiring - and these are combined with the very latest digital techniques and practical easy-to-follow advice. For more from Tony Worobiec see titles such as Creative Photography Ideas using Adobe Photoshop and The Complete Guide to Night and Low Light Photography.
Tony Worobiec is the author of several photography books for David & Charles, including The Complete Guide to Night and Low Light Photography and Creative Photography Ideas using Adobe Photoshop. He has won numerous awards in the UK and internationally, and his work is held in the permanent collection of the Royal Photographic Society, as well as numerous private collections in Europe, Japan and the US. He is also a regular contributor to several photography magazines in the UK and US, and has taught digital imaging courses on behalf of the prestigious Royal Photographic Society.