Photography Essentials Full Frame Photography Paperback – 26 Nov 2010
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'acclaimed travel photographer David Noton walks you through the process he uses to produce stunning shots.' --unknown author 'a series of photo masterclasses in the form of a coffee-table book' […] 'this book does a good job of introducing a range of techniques and tips' --Paul Bloomfield 'a wide range of scenery that will excite any keen landscape photographer.' Noton's book will appeal to a wide audience, ranging from novice to professional photographers. --Digital Photographer 'From glistening lakes and vast misty mountains to bustling, vibrant street scenes, this is a wonderful collection '--Gemma Padley, Amateur Photographer 'stunning worldwide destinations […] insights into how he goes about capturing the essence of a location --Outdoor Photography 'From glistening lakes and vast misty mountains to bustling, vibrant street scenes, this is a wonderful collection […] --Gemma Padley, Amateur Photographer
About the Author
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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If that weren't enough to make budding photographers green with envy, he also turns out a mean portrait, some great wildlife shots plus a few epic infra-reds.
Though technique is covered, this is not just a book for photographers - anyone interested in travel and the spectacular beauty of the great outdoors will find much to enjoy here.
One small niggle which I commented on his last book - I don't like the larger photos being spread across two pages and would happily have paid an extra tenner for a larger format that prevented this.
I travel a lot and hoped to gain some useful tips but unfortunately I do not have the means or the time to travel independently, camping in the bush for three weeks at a time. So David's style of photography is more for those who can set their own itinerary when travelling. When you total up the cost of the travels in this book and add in the expensive fast lenses used, the cost of each published photograph is horrendous.
A book for looking through with some envy, but difficult for most of us to emulate. More like a diary of "What I did on my holidays..."
Having now read the book in entirety I think I was maybe being a little unfair. David Noton is an entertaining writer and there are some really useful tips and comments as he progresses through the book. Very much a book to read and contemplate rather than one to flick through and look at the pictures. I suppose I've generally found this to be a truth, the books that impress at first glance are often the ones that fail to reward when read in detail. The one exception I'd make to that rule is Tom Mackie's `Photos With Impact' which is both visually stunning and incredibly rewarding to read.
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Enjoyed this book inspiring and interesting to read about his work from his own perspectivePublished 12 months ago by Silvermoongal
Excellent service, the book arrived in a couple of days. Although it was just what I wanted I was rather disappointed with the book cover - it didn't look brand new which it should... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Sue Duckworth
I cant remember buying this it was so long ago, could have been a Christmas present a few years agoPublished on 22 Feb. 2014 by Mrs Hazel S Paul