Hi everyone, I'm not sure whether to post it in the "cafe" section as this has to do with books - or more specifically, books on landscape photography by John Shaw. But the Literature section here seems reserved for book reviews, so I'll dip my toe in this cafe and order my latte and say hello, all.
I've been looking at various John Shaw landscape photography books and he has many that are similarly titled, i.e Landscape Photography, Landscape Field Guide, etc. etc. I have his Close-Up Photography and love it, but am not sure which one of the landscapes to buy.
#3. "RE: John Shaw's Landscape Photography series" In response to Reply # 0
I've got several of John Shaw's books, but I think John Shaw's Landscape Photography is definitely my favourite. There's lots of useful information presented in a clear, easy to read style, and (of course) there's plenty of fantastic pictures.
Another book that's good in a rather different way is The art of photographing nature by Art Wolfe and Martha Hill. It's interesting because the photographs are accompanied by commentaries from Art Wolfe - the photographer - on what he was trying to achieve and from Martha Hill - former picture editor of Audubon magazine - on what she looks for in a photo.