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For the travel photographer, the urban environment provides the greatest variety of subject matter and photographic possibilities. The challenge is to delve beyond the cliched landmarks and capture the vibrancy and unique character of any city you find yourself in. This essential guide is extensively illustrated with images taken on film and digital...
For the travel photographer, the urban environment provides the greatest variety of subject matter and photographic possibilities. The challenge is to delve beyond the cliched landmarks and capture the vibrancy and unique character of any city you find yourself in. This essential guide is extensively illustrated with images taken on film and digital cameras, showing what to do and how to do it. Succinct and easy to understand, it is packed with tips and techniques to maximize drama and interest in your photos and so reveal the city's soul. Including:Cityscapes and aerials, architecture and interiors, public art and life on the streetsTaking both classic and original views of much-photographed iconsExposure, composition and making the best use of natural and artificial lightWhat to take, when to go, preparing shot lists and finding the best vantage pointsRichard I'Anson is the author of Travel Photography, the first book in this series. His photographs have been published worldwide in magazines including Wanderlust, Escape and Conde Nast Traveller. His work also appears in more than 300 Lonely Planet titles, including One Planet, Rice Trails, The Travel Book, and The Cities Book, and in books published by National Geographic, Penguin, White Star, Random House, Times Editions and Reader's Digest.
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