Landscape : The Story of 50 Favorite Photographs
Book Description From the splendor of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia to the ghost town of Kolmaskop in Namibia, from the golden autumn of France's Champagne region to the drama of America's Yosemite National Park, acclaimed photographer Charlie Waite (In My Mind's Eye) has shot the world's most remarkable landscapes. Through 50 of his best images, Waite provides a first-hand account of his travels with a camera, along with invaluable technical advice on capturing the unique beauty of diverse settings. Amateurs (and many professionals) will cherish his commentary.
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