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Author: Peter Watson
Pages: 192
Photographs: 140 photographs

It is not only what we see but how we see that makes adifference. Peter Watson tackles the often delicate process ofinterpreting and capturing landscapes in photography. Watson'sdialogue is as insightful as his images - challenging us totransform our gaze from that of the casual observer to a skilledartist "painting with light". Thus - with patience and a meticulouseye - fields, trees, mountains and rivers become a complex patternof lines, shapes, colours and textures. This comprehensive guideoffers an almost scientific approach to seizing creativeopportunities in your photography. Years of experience haveprepared Watson with a range of tools and techniques to 'read' thecomplex text of an environment.

ISBN13: 9781861086525
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