Succeed In Landscape Photography
Book DescriptionAlthough developments in camera technology mean that quality images are now well within the grasp of the keen amateur, the market place is competitive. How does an aspiring photographer improve and promote his or her photography in order to earn extra income, or to make the leap to professional status? This new subject-focused series explains everything the amateur needs to know, from planning a shoot to effective marketing of the images to clients. In the first title, Landscape Photography, renowned landscape photographer Mark Lucock offers the keen amateur an insight into the daily life and decision-making of the working landscape photographer, sharing professional insights and trade secrets of producing successful commercial and fine art photography. Equipment and technique are only part of the equation: Lucock?s approach is also a spiritual one?his passion about the environment gives his approach a highly compelling, personal edge. Lucock equips readers with...
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