Approximately 28% of the land in the United States is federally-owned. And the greater portion of that percentage is dedicated to natural spaces – National Parks, Public Lands, Wildlife Management Areas, State Parks, etc. And, as most folks know, there are an abundance of well-groomed campgrounds available for use by the public. What you may not know, however,You don’t necessarily have to stay in a designated area to camp on federally-owned land. is that you don’t necessarily have to stay in a designated area to camp on federally-owned land. And you don’t even have to pay for it.
Most of these natural public spaces allow for a number of park-goers to camp outside of the normal camping areas (generally outside of the vicinity of normal recreation areas) – this is known as “dispersed camping.” It’s an excellent way to get out into the wilderness without the risk of having pesky partiers as your campground neighbors or to just be a little more isolated from civilization.
“Often, when we travel to the seaside, we want to create some great shots, not just to remember, but also to impress others. The sea is beautiful, the coast is picturesque, but the photos need a bigger punch, right? No worries, I’ll teach you how to create some stunning seascape photography pieces. Read further to learn about all aspects of the coastal photography: types of light, composition, shutter speeds, planning, the spirit of freedom, etc.” —Anton Gorlin
Seascape Photography: The Ultimate Guide
by Anton Gorlin
Overview: Canon have become one of the leading developers of imaging technology since their humble origins as an optics manufacturer in 1933. They now boast a class leading range of cameras, lenses and accessories that are used by amateurs and professionals the world over. If you are looking to dip your toe into the world of photography, or you are interested in upgrading, then this manual has a wealth of information on the range available, to help you make a better informed choice as to what is right for you.
Get informed The range of digital cameras, lenses and accessories available is huge and can be confusing. This can often put a lot of people off. We’ve compiled a guide that is designed to introduce you to the Canon range and break it down into sections that outline the main camera and lens types with at a glance specifications to help.
Essential camera craft Our illustrated and easy to follow guides can help you hone your camera craft. Understand your camera’s capabilities better and learn more about aperture, shutter speed, ISO settings and metering. We also have a multitude of hints and tips on a varied number of subjects, to really get you inspired; and then go out and take better photos.
Creative photography projects Do you want to learn how to photograph your pets, or understand more about flash lighting and portrait photography? We’ve got everything you need in our comprehensive creative photography section that covers a wide range of topics. Our guides have been compiled by professional photographers and can take you beyond what you thought possible.
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Overview: Photography has been with us since the 1800s. It actually means ‘drawing with light’ and to become a better photographer, you need to know how to work with light to get those shots. A modern camera can do most of the thinking for you and take a snap, but to turn a snap into a masterpiece, you need to take control of both the camera and the light and understand how they work together.
Love photography? If you’re passionate about your craft, or someone who wants to take it to the next level, our guide has something for everyone. We have many tips and guides about equipment, techniques, and becoming more creative. Delve deeper into the world of photography and you’ll discover there’s more to it than you thought possible. You can finesse your core skills and then go have some fun on a creative project.
Let’s get technical This guide is designed to provide fresh insights behind the main technical aspects of photography that ultimately will let you flourish and become more confident and creative. All the main areas are covered including exposure, metering, composition and flash lighting. We also delve into some of the more advanced ideas behind hyperfocal distance and the inversesquare law.
New creative ideas When you’re ready, we have a collection of projects that we hope will fire up your creativity and get you excited about trying new things and exploring new photographic techniques. From promo photography for a rock band, creating your own custom bokeh images, to tips on how to make the most of the photographic potential of the winter months, it’s all here. Take a fresh look at your photography and get inspired.
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Digital Photography – The Complete Guide 2017
Overview: If you are new to digital photography or if you already have a camera, and want to get more out of this amazing art, our indispensable guide, written by professional photographers, is here to pass on the knowledge you need to get more creative. You will learn how to improve all aspects of your photography skills, giving you the confidence to shoot like a pro and produce images to be proud of.
Do Much More With Your Camera Take your photography to the next level with our fully illustrated user guides. Understand exposure, focal length, depth of field and equipment options. Take control of your camera’s shooting modes and explore important photographic concepts such as shutter speed, aperture and ISO, as well as guides to composition. Photography does not need to be difficult, it needs to be something you can enjoy to the full.
Learn and Get More Creative Learn the techniques the professionals use to shoot a wide variety of photographic subjects. Our tutorials cover such diverse subjects as high speed photography, bokehrama portraits and panoramas, as well as some very useful hints and tips that can keep you shooting even when you think you can’t. Photography should be fun and we hope to inspire you and get you passionate about such a creative medium.
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Overview: Grab your camera and head outside. What’s stopping you from enjoying photography in the great outdoors? Whether it’s just in your back garden, or out in the rugged countryside, this essential guide has all the hints, tips and project guides you need to fire up your creativity and get more out of your outdoor photography. From the most intimate macro shots, to great landscapes, it’s all here.
Hints, Tips and Guides It all begins with some top outdoor photography tips to pique your interest and then we go on to help you understand exposure, focal length, depth of field, equipment options and more. Our guides to taking control of your camera’s shooting modes and exploring important photographic concepts can elevate your photography from simple snaps to amazing images worthy of the professionals.
Learn, Create, Explore and Enjoy Learn the techniques the professionals use to shoot a wide variety of photographic subjects. Our tutorials cover such diverse subjects as star trail photography, outdoor macro, forced perspective, daytime long exposure and crystal ball photography. Learn techniques that the professionals use. Photography is not some dark art known to a select few, it’s an amazing and enjoyable way to express your creativity and skill.
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Overview: As a genre, landscape photography is probably one of the most popular. From coastal scenes to cityscapes and the rural expanses beyond, there are an unending array of subjects both great and small waiting to be captured. The aim of this bookazine is to offer guidance so you capture better images, make the most of your equipment, and in the process, help you enjoy this amazing subject even more.
Within these pages are a great selection of guides, tips and tutorials to expand your knowledge of landscape photography including: Types of landscape photography, Top 30 landscape tips, Cameras for landscapes, Filters and filter systems, Understanding your camera, ISO, aperture and shutter speed, Understand hyperfocal distance, Rural and natural landscapes, Coastal and seaside landscapes, Whatever the weather, Super wide panoramas, Crystal ball landscapes, Sunrise and sunset, Raw processing, High dynamic range images, Adjusting exposure, Sky replacement, Contrast and saturation, Focus stacking, Digital exposure blending…
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