Details How to capture water in all its forms as the subject in nature photos
Technical and artistic advice from an acclaimed nature photographer
Water is often the most dramatic element in a landscape-reflections on a still pond, waves along a rocky coastline, mist shrouding a forest clearing, ice coating the branches of a tree. But capturing water on film can be a challenge. Look over the shoulder of an expert as she shows how to recognize great water shots and realize them on film. In clear, detailed text and a wealth of color photos, Heather Angel covers equipment and technique and presents a gallery of her most stunning scenes.
About the Author:
Heather Angel is an internationally renowned nature photographer, lecturer, and author of numerous books, including How to Photograph Flowers. She is past president of the Royal Photographic Society, and teaches photography at Nottingham University. She lives in Surrey, England.
144 pages, 135 color photos.