Photographing Water

CONTENTS

 

FUNDAMENTALS

Choice of camera

Choice of lenses

Camera settings

Accessories

Worthwhile subjects

Photogenic light

Composition

 

DIGGING DEEPER

Choice of camera

CSC cameras

DSLR cameras

A note on sensor resolution

Choice of lenses

Camera settings

The histogram

The link between shutter speed

and aperture

Controlling aperture

Controlling shutter speed

Accessories

Guidance on the use of a “big Stopper” filter

Using a polarizing filter

Worthwhile subjects

Water at work

Water-people interactions

In Conclusion

 

YOUR BULLET POINT BOOK ON

PHOTOGRAPHING WATER

Straight to the point.

 

Copiously illustrated with examples to provide you with inspiration.

Want to take photographs like these?

 

You want to take good photographs of water?

You want to get away from the point-and-shoot approach that so many of the people around you seem to be using?

You want images that your friends will admire?

 

This book will show you how.

 

The aim is to instruct, inspire, give you new ideas, and to make you more proficient.

 

This book is about photographic skills. It will show you how to achieve images that you will be proud to claim as your own.

 

You will learn to master your camera.

 

It is important to remember, however, that it is the photographer who creates the photograph - and that is YOU.

Your pleasure in photographing water will increase as you become more proficient.

 

Begin by practising the ideas succinctly provided thought this Bullet Point book.

 

There are many examples that you can follow and use as an inspiration for your own photography.

Downloadable .PDF file

 

ONLY £1.99

 

You will save far more than that from the benefits that this book brings.

AT THIS PRICE - WHY WAIT?