Fine Art Photography: Water, Ice, and Fog
Photographic Techniques and the Art of Interpretation
Streams, lakes, rain, ice, mist, and fog provide the photographer with a wealth of opportunities to make great images. In this inspirational how-to book illustrated with some 70 stunning color photos, master photographer Tony Sweet explains how to make the most of those opportunities. With a focus on sharpening the skills of interpretation, he shows how to create beautiful photographs of water in all its forms.
About the Author:
Tony Sweet is a nationally known photographer, workshop instructor, author, and lecturer whose work is featured in a variety of mediums. He is the author of Fine Art Nature Photography and Fine Art Flower Photography. He lives near Baltimore.
"To bring a consistently fresh and eloquent eye to the much-tilled field of nature photography is rare. To exhibit absolute technical mastery of tools of the trade is rare, too. Rarer still is the ability to translate visual thoughts into lucid, revealing prose . . . Tony Sweet has accomplished something truly special: a photographer/author's hat trick."
author of Abandoned America and director of Horizon Photography Workshops
112 pages, 71 photos.