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Photography Essentials: Waiting for the Light Paperback – 28 Mar 2009
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"Waiting for the Light" is a breathtaking visual celebration of photographer David Noton's work to date, including some of the world's finest landscape photography. It offers a long-awaited exploration of David's images, showcasing the very best from his extensive global portfolio, with photographs from every continent. Accompanying text places an emphasis on his use of light, and his ability to capture the essence of a place through outstanding landscape photography. David offers amateurs and professionals inspirational and practical advice on how to achieve this in their own work. This work contains an invaluable chapter exploring the impact that transferring David's workflow from traditional to digital has had on his working practices and output. Beautifully displayed images combined with explanatory captions and practical, revealing text, make this an indispensable must-have for any 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. David lives in Sherborne, Dorset, UK.
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"David offers amateurs and professionals inspirational and practical advice on how to achieve this in their own work." - not so much.
Another reviewer said the same thing, fantastic images and showcase of the mans work.
Info about replicating it or learning - not much.
Inspiringly gorgeous images landscape wise though. Most taken with a film camera , a panoramic one no less, No mention of how to replicate such a feat with a standard digital frame. (okay it's easy but still, think it would have got a mention).
I'm semi pro for reference (if that makes a difference)
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Enjoyable (short) read but lacks any kind of detail on how results were achieved i.e. little or no technical data.Read more