Photographing Weather

Photographing Weather

Book - 2007
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Nearly everyone with a camera has photographed at some point in their lives a striking sunset, or tried to capture a beautiful rainbow, but there are many more subjects worth recording in nature. The ever-changing clouds, the colorful effects of our atmosphere: photographing weather presents a unique challenge. This unique guide by a specialist in the field shows you how to identify meteorological events, and capture them convincingly on camera. Starting with the basic techniques, it moves on for a complete understanding of the weather and the optical phenomena that arise from it. Learn to see the sky, utilize stereoscopic photography, capture the ever-elusive lightning flash, and much more. This easy-to-follow guide is sure to both please and inspire.
Publisher: Lewes : Photographers' Institute, 2007.
ISBN: 9781861084491
1861084498
Branch Call Number: 778.71/DUNLOP
Characteristics: 143 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.

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rushbury_valley Dec 05, 2011

Emphasis is on clouds and how/why they are formed. Photography plays a minor part

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