The very thing that makes wide-angle photography so compelling also makes it a challenge: At the same time as you’re sure to capture a vast scene the use of a wide-angle lens, it may be difficult to direct the viewer’s attention when such a lot of elements are included in an image. For many photographers, the results of their wide-angle attempts are a disappointment and they just can’t seem to achieve that “Wow” they are hoping for in their images.
Whether you’re new to wide-angle lenses or you’ve been frustrated by them for a very long time, expert photographer, teacher, and writer Chris Marquardt is here to help. Wide-Angle Photography is packed with information―as well as beautiful and inspiring photography―that will help you take your wide-angle image making to the next level.
In a friendly, accessible manner Chris walks you through in-depth discussions of both the advantages and the pitfalls of wide-angle photography, the fundamentals you want to know, composition and design principles, and the specific genres in which wide-angle lenses can be used to create outstanding images―not only for landscape photography, but for portrait, street, architectural, and interior photography, as well. Right through the book, Chris offers hands-on exercises that drive home the concepts being taught so you’ll be able to learn by doing. Chris also dedicates two full chapters to tilt-shift lenses for those who are interested in exploring and maximizing the fascinating capabilities these kinds of lenses offer.