For me, Adventure & Landscape photography often go hand-in-hand, as seen in my post back in 2008 on Mt. McKinley in Alaska. But really, Adventure Photography and Landscape Photography take two different sets of skills, some physically and others technically and both of these are addressed in two new books recently released by two people I look up to and consider friends and colleagues, Rob Sheppard and Michael Clark.
Rob Sheppard is the Editor at Large of Outdoor Photographer magazine and author of over 30 books on photography. He has been a great mentor and friend to me as my own career has developed and I’m excited to share his latest book, the Magic Of Digital Landscape Photography from Lark Photography Books. As an avid landscape photographer myself, I often get many questions from people who feel intimidated by photographing large scenes. They aren’t sure how to fill a frame or how to capture the moment just the right way. Rob’s new book manages to explain it in such clear terms that any aspiring photographer will be able to grasp the concept and after a couple days with the book, begin their own journey into stunning, magical landscapes.
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If photographing an extreme adventure is more up your alley, you must check out Michael Clark’s new book, Adventure Photography, also from Lark Books. Michael is an internationally published outdoor photographer that you may recognize from the Nikon Ads. He’s one of the smartest, talented guys out there and if you want to know how to light that mountain biker in Moab, get awesome frames while rock climbing or just heading deep into the back country on a journey, this book I highly recommend.