Cuba, Cars and Cigars
Classic 1950s American Automobiles
Most of the estimated 60,000 classic cars that contribute to Cuba’s unique atmosphere date to before Fidel Castro’s revolution of 1959, after which strict prohibitions on American imports were imposed. As well as decaying examples of Buicks, Chevrolets, Fords, Cadillacs, Packards, Plymouths and Chryslers from Detroit’s golden age, this collection of photographs also captures a selection of vintage European cars and glimpses of Havana street life.
A Guide to Angling Photography
Matt Hayes is one of Britain's best-known anglers, through appearances on the Discovery Channel and contributions to the Angling Times. His photographs of the sport, and the fish, have been used in many publications and, in this guide, he describes his methods for creating compelling angling images, from taking a good 'trophy shot' on the river bank to creating atmosphere and drama in a variety of locations, and photographing fish underwater.
Views Across the Landscape
An Essential Guide to Landscape Photography
A specialist in producing large-format and panoramic views of the British Isles, Peter Watson explains the secrets behind over 90 of his photographs. The practical advice on equipment, light, locations, composition and technique is suitable for all levels of ability.
Composition in the Landscape
An Inspirational and Technical Guide for Photographers
With example photographs including the beauty spots of the British Isles and the canyons of Utah and Arizona, this manual explores camera technique as well as compositional considerations, and includes a technical breakdown of all the images used.
A Photographic Guide to Capturing the Medium
Explaining the art of creating beautiful, atmospheric landscape photographs, this manual describes how to understand and control light as well as how to deal with different environments, select the best viewpoints and process and print the resulting images.
Black & White Photography
The Timeless Art of Monochrome
Many of the great names in the history of photography worked in black and white, but digital cameras have, to some extent, relegated its use to a post-production effect. This manual promotes the subtleties and creative possibilities of working in monochrome, combining practical advice on manipulating digital images with insights into how to conceive scenes in black and white and consideration of the tradition of the medium, using examples of artists such as Ansel Adams and Bill Brandt.
Reading the Landscape
An Inspirational and Instructional Guide to Landscape Photography
In addition to the technical details of how each of the landscape photographs in this book was achieved, Peter Watson records the time he spent, once in position, waiting for the perfect light; often several hours. Watson uses large-format (4x5in) cameras and outlines his meticulous approach, exploring different landscape environments from rivers and woodland to mountains and coastlines, and describing how he sets about creating his compositions and controlling the light to realize his vision.
The Complete Book of Photography
The Essential Guide to Taking Better Photos
From the fundamental concepts of exposure and aperture to an in-depth analysis of composition, and from capturing an image to printing, this is a practical, well-illustrated guide to all aspects of photography for the beginner or amateur photographer.