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May 21, 2010

Nikonians Image Doctor Jason Odell launches new eBook

Guide_Digital_Landscapes_75.jpgJason Odell (DrJay32), well-known partner of Rick Walker (walkerr) in the popular Nikonians Image Doctors podcast series, has released his newest eBook: The Photographer's Guide to Digital Landscapes.

According to the press release announcing the new publication:
The Photographer's Guide to Digital Landscapes is divided into three sections, which discuss equipment, field techniques, and digital post-processing. "I wanted to create a reference guide to incorporate the skills I've learned in digital photography," said Dr. Odell. "Too many of the classic photography books claim to be updated for digital only to be completely devoid of any discussion of modern digital methods.

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The book will help you learn:
• What you need to put together a landscape photography kit for any budget, including cameras, lenses and accessories
• How to choose and scout your locations
• Fundamentals of exposure, composition, and lighting
• Which filters are required in digital photography, and how to use them
• How to set up your camera to take the best shots, including HDR and Panoramas
• Digital post-processing techniques, including HDR, panorama stitching, and digital black & white conversion
• Example images with descriptions of the techniques used to produce them, including composition, camera settings, and post-processing effects

The Photographer's Guide to Digital Landscapes is available immediately from Luminescence of Nature Press.

Posted by flashdeadline at May 21, 2010 8:00 AM