Including 75 colour photographs of locations throughout the British Isles. Each image illustrates points within a wide-ranging text that explores the many factors that come together to make atmospheric landscape photographs. The book is divided into three chapters: ‘Light’, ‘Form’ and ‘Time, and covers themes as diverse as the behaviour of light, colour, the weather, our perception of the world around us and what we can learn from art theory.
Signed paperback – 25 x 19cm – 128 pages
(Frances Lincoln, 2010)
“The strength of this book lies in the author’s ability to explain complex theories and techniques in a deeply personal and highly accessible manner. This is no text book; it is a love letter to a craft.” – Outdoor Photography
“5 stars: It must be said first that Fran Halsall takes a good picture. The collection of landscapes in Light & Shadow are soft, subtle, and most importantly, realistic. Yet the real stand out is that Fran has explained how she made each image and her reasons for taking it.” – Amateur Photographer
“A valuable addition to any would-be photographer’s bookshelf, although the photos alone are worth the cover price.” – Geographical
“Perfect for landscape inspiration.” – Digital SLR Photography