A Photographer's Guide to the Ontario Landscape
Andrew McLachlan Photography and Birds As Art Books are pleased to bring you the first-ever comprehensive guide to photographing Ontario's landscapes: "A Photographer's Guide to the Ontario Landscape".
The vast and varied landscapes of Ontario, Canada's second largest province, provide photographers with a great variety of outstanding destinations and opportunities. "A Photographer's Guide to the Ontario Landscape" is an easy-to-read, easy-to-follow resource that will make it a snap for both local and visiting photographers to plan their outings and to maximize their time in the field. Why spend days looking for the best spots when the legwork is already done here in this guide.
From the Abitibi Canyon in the northeast to Point Pelee in the southwest, from the Ottawa Valley in the southeast to the Algoma Highlands northeast of Sault Ste Marie. This guide will also take you to regions famous for fall colour such as the Haliburton Highlands and Muskoka.
You will learn where and when to go to create dramatic landscapes. I have chosen imagery that will educate and inspire you. Throughout this e-book I have scattered dozens of tips for folks who enjoy creating scenic landscape images. Such tips as histograms, exposure, composition and image design, shutter speed, aperture, and depth-of-field, creative visions and perspective, matters of weather and light, and tips on all types of gear including lens choice, tripods, tripod heads, lens and camera body plates and filters.
If you enjoy making great images of nature's vistas, you will find the tips in this e-book valuable to taking your own imagery up a notch, or if you live in, or are planning to visit Ontario, then this guide is a worthwhile investment at only $24 US.
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