Shoot Cold: Pro Techniques for Exploring the Bold World of Winter Photography

Shoot Cold Pro Techniques for Exploring the Bold World of Winter Photography The winter landscape is a relatively untapped photographic subject for most photographers As renowned nature photographer Joseph Classen proves though if you venture out you re sure to discover a r

  • Title: Shoot Cold: Pro Techniques for Exploring the Bold World of Winter Photography
  • Author: Joseph Classen
  • ISBN: 9781682030684
  • Page: 274
  • Format: Paperback
  • The winter landscape is a relatively untapped photographic subject for most photographers As renowned nature photographer Joseph Classen proves, though, if you venture out, you re sure to discover a remarkable array of photo opportunities You ll learn to recognize the obvious and overlooked subjects, both big and small, and to capitalize on what Mother Nature provides IThe winter landscape is a relatively untapped photographic subject for most photographers As renowned nature photographer Joseph Classen proves, though, if you venture out, you re sure to discover a remarkable array of photo opportunities You ll learn to recognize the obvious and overlooked subjects, both big and small, and to capitalize on what Mother Nature provides In this beautifully illustrated book, you ll discover intelligent approaches to preparing for each wintry photo outing and employing the best techniques for capturing subjects in all genres of winter photography from nature and wildlife photography, to night and astrophotography, to urban, industrial, holiday photography, action and adventure, and Classen will also provide great tips for winterizing your camera gear and keeping your body safe in the most bitter climes As you make your way through the book, you ll gain a new appreciation for winter photography and will even begin to look forward to shooting cold.

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    1. I had been so looking forward to this book, as I live in a place that experiences a lot of winter; I've been pushing myself to take more opportunities to capture it photographically, and wanted to know what I should keep in mind. The subtitle says "Pro techniques" I don't consider myself a pro photographer because I don't seek to make my living from my photography; that being said, I must be more of a pro in practice than I give myself credit for, because I found very little new or helpful conte [...]

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