I am currently in the middle of two books I find hopelessly fascinating. So much so I can’t put them down.
The first is by author Michael Frye titled Digital Landscape Photography. Michael’s writing seems to bridge the gap between the masters of the past and today’s digital world. It not only covers techniques for composition, it also covers processing of those photos once you get them back to the computer. For more information about this author and the book visit his website at michaelfrye.com.
Chris Orwig has come up with something truly unique here. His book, Visual Poetry, is truly inspired. Filled with great insight and quotes, I find myself highlighting more pages than not and reading them to those around me. For more information you can visit his site at chrisorwig.com. There is also a Flickr Group dedicated to this book.
If you have a nook, this image is sized properly for a wallpaper
This shot was taken from inside the enclosures at the Old LA Zoo in Griffith Park.
For more information about the old LA Zoo, check out this link