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Transient Light: A Photographic Guide to Capturing the Medium

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Learn to use natural light to take your photography to the next level. That’s the idea behind this beautifully illustrated guide to shooting landscapes. Renowned photographer Ian Cameron reveals his secrets to capturing the outdoor images you want. Cameron features many of his own breathtaking photos, and explains the details of how he created each one. He shows why no com ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published August 4th 2009 by Photographers' Institute Press (first published January 29th 2009)
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Roy McDine
A cracking guide to camera exposure - learnt loads and eager to try out new techniques.
James
Very much a book for beginners, very similar to all the other beginner books out there.
Peter Hall
Get a tripod and some ND grads and get up early.
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Donald Gordon Payne (born January 3, 1924 in London) is an English author.

Using James Vance Marshall as a pseudonym, Payne has written such books as A River Ran Out of Eden (1962) and White-Out (1999). His most famous book is probably Walkabout (1959), first published as The Children and later made into a movie starring Jenny Agutter.

Payne has also used Ian Cameron and Donald Gordon as pseudonyms.
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