Chasing the Light is een inspirerend en leerzame DVD, fotograaf David Noton geeft aan de hand van praktijkvoorbeelden inzicht in de techniek van de landschapsfotografie onder alle lichtomstandigheden, van een mistig locatie bij Glastonbury naar de kliffen op Lands End en het in herfstkleuren badende New Forest.
Chasing the Light follows David in search of magical moments when the landscape is transformed by a fleeting shaft of dawn light. The skills a photographer needs to capture these moments are above all a photographic vision, an uncanny ability to be in the right place at the right time, and a solid core of sound practical expertise, both in the field and behind the camera.
Chasing the Light examines the elements of a photographer’s vision, the challenges of working with natural light, and how to get the best from the equipment. In-the-field tutorials are combined with practical observations, stories from behind the lens and inspirational ruminations on past photographic shoots.
The DVD is currently available in a PAL UK format and is approximately 90 minutes long.
On the DVD Landscape in Mind is a feature length documentary film that follows leading landscape photographer Joe Cornish on a photographic road trip across the north of England.
Joe Cornish makes a journey from coast to coast across the north of England tracing a path from the industrial mouth of the river Tees, through the stark and beautiful limestone scenery of the Yorkshire Dales, to the Lake District, arguably England’s most romantic and spectacular landscape. Along the way he reveals the aesthetic and physical challenges these beautiful landscapes offer a photographer.
Fascinated by industry and agriculture, as well as the much older signature of climate and geology in shaping these landscapes, he delivers an intensely curious eyewitness account that narrates the landscape’s story.
The film is a perfect combination of technical instruction and inspiration making it a must have’ for all photographers, be they advanced or amateur, but also for all those who simply love to be in the great outdoors.
Het LEE Inspriring Professionals 2 boek, bevat prachtige landschapsfotografie, technische tips en inspirerend geschreven artikelen door Engelands beste landschapsfotografen.
Ook bevat het boek een 8-tal technische artikelen geschreven door de fotografen over onderwerpen die dicht bij hun hart liggen.
LEE Filters Inspiring Professionals2 is intended as a companion to the first book, it includies the same blend of quality photography, technical tips and inspiring writing from the UKs leading landscape photographers.
Also featured in this publication are 8 technical articles, written by the photographers about subjects which are close to their hearts.
In het boek Inspiring Professionals - The Landscape Photographers’ Guide To Using Filters geeft LEE filters, in samenwerking met 8 landschapsfotografen u inzicht in de fijne kneepjes van het fotograferen met LEE filters. Elke fotograaf, o.m. de bekende Engelse landschapsfotografen Joe Cornish, Charlie Waite en David Noton, geeft tekst en uitleg over hoe de foto tot stand is gekomen en op welke wijze daarbij LEE filters zijn gebruikt.
Inspiring Professionals - The Landscape Photographers’ Guide To Using Filters.
Eight leading landscape photographers have joined forces with LEE Filters, to produce “Inspiring Professionals”, a book in which top professionals pass on techniques and advice on using filtration in landscape photography.
The 132 page A5 hardback book is full of stunning images taken from around the world that will both inform and inspire you. Filters are an indispensable part of any landscape photographers’ kit, read how famous Photographers such as Joe Cornish, Charlie Waite and David Noton use filters in their images and why they play such a vital role in their photography.
'Inspiring Professionals’ will help you discover how using filtration can help improve your landscape photography. Each photographer explains in detail a particular shot they have taken, giving details of when, why and how they used filtration in their image. This is supported by an illustration that not only shows what filters were used, but also how they were positioned in the shot.