Andris Apse and his latest book, The Deep South, epitomise the art and craft of landscape photography. Have you bought the book yet?
How does a master photographer think? What is he or she looking for? What works as inspiration? How much planning is involved? How much time do they spend just waiting for the light?
The best way to answer these questions is to ask a master photographer – or read his book in the case of New Zealand’s master of landscape photography, Andris Apse. We’ve featured Andris before in Better Photography, but on the release of his latest book and reading his introduction, we thought some excerpts might whet our readers’ appetites – and perhaps encourage them to also buy Andris’s book!
However, this isn’t a textbook full of photography DIYs, but reading between the lines, you’ll discover that his photography trips last from two to six weeks and that he’s not sleeping in 5-star comfort. If you want to produce Andris’s standard of work, begin by understanding what is involve
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