“This is a book to be enjoyed by photographers and armchair landscape fans”( The Westmorland Gazette)
“The excellent landscapes throughout this book lend plenty of credence to Peter Freeman’s advice on getting the most out of photographing the Lake District”( Amateur Photography)
"Wordsworth wantdered lonely as a cloud, Beatrix Potter created Peter Rabbit there and Alfred Wainwright mapped out the best walks - now Peter Freeman shows us just why the Lake District has attracted the great and the good for so long. Snow-capped peaks, sun-bathed lakes and, of course, a host of golden daffodils are just some of the inspiring images in this book"( Daily Mail)
"Armed with this book you're well prepared to make the most of a photography trip to the Lakes"( Digital SRL Photography)
'An informative study of England's largest national park through a series of well-executed photographs and detailed commentary. Brimming with information on the area's climate, geography and geology, Freeman has created a useful guide for any avid landscape photographer considering creating a portfolio on the Lakes.'( Outdoor Photography)
'There must be more photographic books on the Lake District than there are sheep on the fells. Landscape Photographer, however, contains some stunning work.'( Lakeland Walker) Vom Verlag:
It is widely accepted that the Lake District has the most beautiful scenery in England, and it is a magnet for the landscape photographer. Drawing on years of experience, Peter Freeman offers a guide to mastering the terrain and the weather to build a meaningful photographic portfolio.
Landscape photography is all about capturing the light, and while this guide is aimed at improving techniques, it is mostly about knowing where and when to go and what to do to achieve great results. Covering climate, geography and geology, Peter describes how to carefully plan your visit to capture that special, once-in-a-liftetime shot.
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