Santa Barbara, CA, February 1, 2011—There are places in America that have become icons of the landscape, almost as though they have demanded to be photographed. The question is asked over and over: What is it that makes your heart beat faster and your blood begin to rush, leading you to reach for your camera? Marc Muench believes the answer to this question is buried in the stories of what landscape photographers have been doing over the past 50 years.
Muench, a third generation landscape photographer, tells us his stories as well as those of his father and grandfather, in Exploring North American Landscapes (Rocky Nook, $39.95 USD). He shares his stunning images and discusses how landscape photography is more than simply an exploration of the landscape—it is ultimately an exploration of oneself.
Muench discusses the technical aspects of landscape photography, including what equipment to use and how to work with environmental conditions. Also included are illustrated step-by-step lessons on image editing using Photoshop and other tools.
Photographers of all levels will learn how they too can find, capture, and process amazing landscape images.
In Part 1 of the book Marc shares:
In Part 2 of the book Mark takes you through the technical procedures he uses to:
Foreword by Katrin Eismann
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Exploring North American Landscapes
Publisher: Rocky Nook
By Marc Muench
Print ISBN: 9781933952536
Print Price: $39.95
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