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The Art of Weather Photography – A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners: Capture Weather Photographs Like a Professional

The Art of Weather Photography – A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners: Capture Weather Photographs Like a Professional

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The Art of Weather Photography – A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners: Capture Weather Photographs Like a Professional

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May 8, 2014
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9781922204936
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Renowned Australian Weather and Nature photographer, Jacci Ingham, shares her passion for chasing storms and reveals her secrets of mastering the art of weather photography.

In this comprehensive guide Jacci teaches you everything you need to know about capturing your own landscape and lightning images. She clearly explains the equipment used, and details the camera settings for the various times of day and meteorological conditions.

‘The Art of Weather Photography’ is full of dramatic photographs that capture the moods, expressions and colours of a monsoonal climate. You will soon be capturing your own images like a professional.

This book is suitable for all ages. It contains a useful glossary to help the novice reader. It covers definitions of common terms, acronyms and popular jargon used by storm photographers and covers both photography and meteorological subjects.

All photos, writings and illustrations within are by Jacci Ingham.
Editor:
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May 8, 2014
ISBN:
9781922204936
Format:
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Introduction

The Art of Weather Photography is written by Jacci Ingham, a passionate weather/nature photographer from the tropical city of Darwin, in the far north of Australia.

The Art of Weather Photography is an easy to read guide covering all the important aspects of photographing weather. It covers equipment, settings, techniques, overcoming obstacles, and computer post processing. Your questions are sure to be answered and easily understood.

This guide is suitable for beginners, hobbyist just wishing to experiment, and passionate enthusiasts. The subjects featured will teach you everything you need to know and apply to capture that elusive wall hanging photograph whatever your equipment, budget, or level of expertise.

The aim of this book is to share secrets, techniques and tips that have been learned and acquired over the last 9 years chasing thunderstorms. The book will help you unleash the full potential of your hobby or passion.

It contains a useful glossary to help novice readers. It covers the definitions of common terms, acronyms and popular jargon used by storm photographers and chasers around the world, and covers both photographic and meteorological subjects.

All photos, writings and illustrations within are by Jacci Ingham.

About The Photographer

Hello! My name is Jacci Ingham; I am a weather and nature photographer in Australia. I live in Northern Territory’s capital city, Darwin.

My lifelong passion has been to capture the drama and spectacle of the Australian wet season and share my experiences and journey with others. Since I was very young I have had a fascination with nature and science, particularly weather and climate. It is through this lifelong interest, a little artistic ability and dedication to that interest, that I am where I am today.

I started my weather photography as a hobby around 9 years ago with a cheap 8 megapixel point and shoot happy snapper, still popular with many people today. I quickly became addicted to the pursuit of lightning and thunderstorm photography after my first half decent lightning photo with my point and shoot camera. It was like a drug and I soon become addicted to it. My first good lightning strike was an experience I shall never forget. It was a day time lightning strike I managed to capture in late 2003 with my point and shoot camera and a flimsy $20 tripod.

Being a low income earner it was about 4 years before I was able to afford my first entry level DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera). It was a Nikon camera with two kit lenses, a wide angle zoom and a telephoto zoom; at that time around $800. With my new DSLR the real fun began and a sense of freedom unfolded with my new ability to apply full manual adjustments and experiment with various settings.

I consider myself very lucky to live in this part of the world. The natural attractions, sparse populations and vastness of untouched country make it a true last frontier. Darwin is well known as a lightning hot spot and has a reputation for producing world class electrical storms. It is also a region of major interest to meteorologists and international academics striving to unravel the scientific mysteries of our erratic thunderstorm activity and the great Australian monsoon.

Today, with my family I run a nature photography gallery in

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