When winter hits, our photographers disappear. For three months, all of our emails get an auto-response: “Out of office, skiing / snowboarding / ice-climbing / chasing yetis / making badass snowmen, will get back to you after my hot cocoa.” So it seemed only fitting that the latest Instagram contest for our photographer community centered around the cold. Winter is the time of year most people hunker down indoors, but our photographers (and their dogs) embraced the frigid temperatures, battled some extreme conditions, and came back with fantastic images.
Aurora photographer David Santiago Garcia has released a beautiful new Spanish-language book entitled El Fotógrafo ante el Paisaje, which serves as a comprehensive 184-page guide offering information, examples, and tips to help photographers take their landscape images to the next level.
Through El Fotógrafo ante el Paisaje, Garcia shares his years of expertise as an outdoor photographer including technical tips on composition, lighting, equipment and more. The book is divided into five main chapters covering: basic photography skills for everyone, landscape composition, the diversity of ecosystems, natural obstacles photographers may face along the way and the challenges of nighttime photography.
El Fotógrafo ante el Paisaje also features a range of stunning images from Garcia’s career, along with useful illustrations to help shed light on the topics being discussed. The text is extensive, but the chapters are broken down into small, concise sections that facilitate learning and comprehension. In addition to inspirational imagery, the book features tables, graphs, and charts filled with crucial information to help the reader learn every aspect of the process. Without a doubt, this book is a valuable resource for both new and experienced landscape photographers alike.
El Fotógrafo ante el Paisaje is now available for purchase in SPANISH ONLY here.
About David Santiago Garcia
David is a world-renowned landscape photographer. He began shooting at the age of 16 and has since traveled to more than 60 countries with the purpose of capturing fascinating images of the natural world. David has published more than 500 photo essays in magazines like Traveler, GEO, National Geographic, Travel and Lonely Planet among others. He has exhibited at the Museum of Natural Sciences in Madrid and has completed a number of photographic and video commissions for the European Union. David Santiago Garcia is the author of a number of books providing useful information for landscape and nature photographers. See more of his work here.