eBook: Chasing the Light
Author: Ian Plant
“The book is 240 pages of spectacular. Ian has knocked the ball out of the park once again.” —Digital Photography Mastery
Chasing the Light; It’s not really a technique—it’s a philosophy, a way of life, an existential state of being. It’s about pursuing those rare magical moments when Nature displays her finest. It fuels our passion for photography and becomes our raison d’etre. But you don’t have to travel to the far corners of the Earth to make great photos. The philosophical and creative concepts taught within, once mastered, will help you unlock your fullest potential as a photographer.
This eBook is not about gear or Photoshop — it is about the artistic fundamentals required to make great photos. If you are interested in taking your personal vision to the next level, then Chasing the Light is for you!
Inside, you’ll find a whopping 240 pages related to light, color, and exposure. This book doesn’t just focus on mind-blowing epic sunsets and sunrises; instead, it teaches you about light in all of its forms, ranging from the glorious to the subtle. A true photographer learns to embrace light’s many moods, and finds a way to master even the most challenging lighting.
Light’s not all you get to learn about in this book; it also includes plenty of helpful and inspirational creative and technical tips that will help your work rise above the rest.
Chasing the Light includes:
Numerous creative tips you should follow to push your photography as far as it can go.
Image studies for light and color in all its forms, in which Ian explains how and why he made the image.
Explanation of light’s properties and of the high points of color theory.
In short, if you really want to master the art of photography, you need to buy this book!
240 page Digital PDF eBook Download
About the Author: Ian Plant is the Managing Editor of Outdoor Photography Guide. In addition, Ian Plant is a frequent contributor to and blogger for Outdoor Photographer Magazine, a Contributing Editor to Popular Photography Magazine, and a monthly columnist for Landscape Photography Magazine. Ian’s work also appears in many other books, calendars, ad campaigns, and magazines available worldwide.