Travel and photography often, if not always, go hand in hand. The reason is rather obvious: we yearn for the nostalgia of our adventures, captured forever as photographic evidence.
In Capturing the World
, Nick Rains recognises and aims to teach us that there is a certain art to travel photography beyond slightly awkward photographs of people in khakis standing out the front of famous monuments. It’s all about getting up close – not only physically, but personally.
This inspiring book has many other lessons to be taught, such as think on your feet, consider the background and more. All of these are accompanied by Rains’ stunning photography capturing the many faces of the world’s people, spaces, and cultures and beyond. Not only will this book inspire you to travel – it will also have you looking down your camera lens in an entirely new way.
Capturing The World: The Art and Practice of Travel Photography features:
- Hardcover, 193 pages.
- Takes you beyond the technical details of your camera to show you what you really need to know to get memorable travel photos.
- Covers street photography, close ups, portraits, landscapes, lighting situations, getting consent and more.
- All situations accompanied by Nick's beautiful photography.
Dimensions: 23cm (w) x 30cm (h).