Guy Edwardes shot to fame in the United Kingdom with his nature and landscape photography. He has received appreciation at the BG Wildlife Photographer of the Year in the ‘Wild Places’ category. He also markets stock photography through a number of agencies as well as maintains his own library, which has over 1,50,000 images.
His book, ‘100 Ways To Take Better Landscape Photographs’, is a guide to understanding landscape photography in its entirety. It is full of nifty tips, techniques and some pictures that can inspire photographers to try out this particular genre.
Complete with 100 ideas and suggestions, he details the idea in a paragraph followed by a picture that helps the photographer in understanding the technique. The caption describes his personal experience of taking that picture. Budding photographers can make sense of the lighting conditions and preparations undertaken before capturing such landscapes.
For instance, Guy has mentioned about shooting terrains when glimpses of light break through an overcast sky. He outlines important details such as choosing an appropriate location, researching different lighting angles and selecting a composition in advance. He also talks about metering the scen