A New Video Series
For me, photography books are still very important in my development as a landscape photographer. I value the experience that a book gives me. Rather than simply just scrolling through an image feed on one of the popular photo sharing sites, reading a book gives me the time to really look at a photograph. It's a more involved experience and I like the way it forces me to take time away from the computer to look at an image in detail. Besides, looking at photographs in print is always a great experience.
So I've decided to create a new series of videos for my YouTube channel called On My Bookshelf. In each video will talk about a book (or even a few books) that are important to me and tell you why. I think we all should spend more time reading photography books, and hopefully, these videos will give you some ideas on what to read next.
5 Great Landscape Photography Books
For my first video in this series, I tell you about my 5 favourite landscape photography books.
I hope you enjoyed the video and that it has inspired you to grab your favourite photography book. If you are interested in picking up any of the books I mentioned in the video, you can use the following links:
- The Causeway Coast by Steven Hanna (ISBN 978-0857043047) - Amazon or direct from Steven for signed copy
- The Art of Landscape Photography by Ross Hoddinott and Mark Bauer (ISBN 978-1781450529) - Amazon
- Wildlife Photographer of the Year: Portfolio 26 (ISBN 978-0565093952) - Amazon
- Photographing Cornwall and Devon by Adam Burton (ISBN 978-0992905132) - Amazon
- Landscape Photographer of the Year: Collection 1 (ISBN 978-0749552244) - Amazon
The links used above are Amazon affiliate links. By buying through the links I may receive a commission for the sale. This has no effect on the price for you.
There are a number of exciting landscape photography books coming out over the next few months so be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel so you get notified when I publish a new episode of On My Bookshelf!
So do you have a favourite photography book? Which photography book are looking forward to seeing next? Let me know in the comments below.