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The Landscape Photography Book

The step-by-step techniques you need to capture breathtaking landscape photos like the pros

Have you ever dreamed of taking such incredible landscape photos that your friends and family say, “Wait a minute, this is your photo?! You took this?” Well, you’re in luck. Right here, in this book, pro photographer and award-winning author Scott Kelby teaches you how to shoot and edit...
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  • Print and eBook Bundle: $39.99
  • Print Book: $29.95
  • eBook: $23.99

The ebook is available now and the print book is available for Pre-order. The estimated ship date is May 10, 2019.
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BOOK AUTHOR

Scott Kelby

PAGE COUNT

240 pages

TRIM SIZE

6 x 9in

COVER

Soft Cover- without flaps

ISBN

9781681984322

PUBLISH DATE

05/2019

  • TABLE OF CONTENTSChapter 1: Essential GearChapter 2: Camera Settings & LensesChapter 3: Before Your ShootChapter 4: CompositionChapter 5: HDR & PanosChapter 6: Long ExposuresChapter 7: Starry Skies & the Milky WayChapter 8: Post-ProcessingChapter 9: Even More TipsChapter 10: Landscape Recipes

4 reviews for The Landscape Photography Book

  • (verified owner)

    The book is excellent!
    Scott Kelby’s style of writing is captivating, informative, funny and a pleasure to read.
    I’m not finished with it yet and that’s okay because it is the type of book you will refer to over and over but what I have already read
    and gleaned from this exceptional book was very helpful and just plain wonderful.
    So buy it and read it, you will not be disappointed!

  • (verified owner)

    Nice book, but really basics stuff. Should be mention that’s for beginners.

  • (verified owner)

    Good book. Have several of Scott Kelby’s books. He always writes clearly so that you immediately understand how to photograph in different situations. I recommend this book. Erik

  • (verified owner)

    Good intro to the subject with Scott Kelby’s usual dad humor and the non-endorsement product endorsements we’ve come to expect over the years. This book is highly browseable, and contains some tips which even a more advanced shooter will find useful.

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