To celebrate the release of my new Craft & Vision eBook Striking Landscapes, today I sat down with my friend David duChemin, to talk about landscape photography, and as I thought might be the case, we went on to discuss running a business based on your passion for the work. We also touched on shooting with mirror-less cameras, avoiding going on location with unnecessary preconceptions, and developing a style along the way.
This was a totally ad-lib conversation, so there is no manuscript for this episode.
Here’s a copy of my blog announcement…
I’m thrilled and proud to announce that my third Craft & Vision eBook Striking Landscapes has just been released!
I’ve poured just about everything I know about landscape photography into this book, and with the Craft & Vision team’s usual design/layout flair, it’s shaped up to be a beautiful 80 page photography resource.
Here’s what the folks at Craft & Vision say about Striking Landscapes…
This technically-rich PDF eBook is full of the techniques every photographer should consider honing when looking to make photographs they’re proud of. Martin Bailey shares his insights on both the foundational and the more advanced skills necessary to create great landscape photography.
Striking Landscapes – Techniques for Photographers in Beautiful Places – is packed with the kind of nitty gritty technical detail that we’re proud to publish. Readers will learn about the essential techniques, skills, and gear required. This eBook is 80 pages deep and it’s as beautiful as it is helpful.
Save Until March 17
Craft & Vision are renowned for bringing us incredible photography education at no-brainer prices, but you can save a further $1.50 and pick up your copy for just CAD $6.50 if you buy before March 17 at 11:59 PM (PST) using the discount code STRIKING6.
Here are a few sample pages…
Get my new eBook Striking Landscapes here: https://mbp.ac/cvsl
Catch up with David at: davidduchemin.com
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