TITLE

CHAPTER 28: SEASCAPES AND WETLANDS

PUB. DATE
May 2006
SOURCE
Digital Quick Guide: Digital Techniques for Successful Nature Ph;2006, p62
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the two different approaches that most landscape photographers are seeking in composing seascapes in the U.S. These include focusing on the serenity of a calm day. Another is to emphasize the dynamic tension that exists between the land and the irrepressible forces of wind, wave and tide. Moreover, it notes the importance of a photographer to be in a position of the desired landscapes within a few hours of dawn and dusk.
ACCESSION #
27984780

 

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