' Photographing the Elements by Joseph Meehan and Gary Eastwood

SKU Bx125-PhotographingTheElements-Meehan

Focal Press 2012, softcover w/flaps, 192 pages, color illustrations

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Key Features:
*Each image includes complete shooting information (shutter speed, aperture, etc.) for easy replication while practicing

*Spans the range of topics from the extreme of the Aurora Borealis to the commonplace thunderstorm

*Includes predictable phenomena that a photographer can plan a trip around, as well as spontaneous events and everyday scenes

Since the earliest days of the art, photographers have made the Earth’s elements some of their most rewarding subjects. Ansel Adams contrasted cloud with rock in his epochal images of America’s wild spaces, while Muybridge sought out volcanoes in Guatemala. Today, shots of sunsets over the ocean or spectacular cloudscapes come dangerously close to cliché. This perennial fascination with the power of the natural world is explored to its limits by Joe Meehan and Gary Eastwood in this unique new book. Broken up into four chapters - Earth, Air, Fire and Water - each element is explored in depth via amazing imagery and practical advice on capturing subjects as diverse as lightning, deserts, floods and lava flows. The subject matter has been chosen so that you will find something to shoot whether you stay at home, or venture far afield in search of adventure and exotic subjects.

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