Posted on | March 25, 2012 | 4 Comments
Alister Benn‘s eBook, Seeing the Unseen: How to Photography Landscapes at Night, is a lesson in long exposures, photographing star trails and understanding the conditions needed to achieve the photos that he does. Night photography is perhaps the most technically challenging type of landscape photography that there is because it pushes your camera sensor to the limit so I was glad that Benn decided to make this book. There is a lot of useful advice in here about how to calculate long exposures and how the different stages of moonlight affect the landscape. I think that there is something for everyone in this book because he shows single exposure examples and also multiple exposure examples.
I have no complaints whatsoever about Seeing the Unseen and will keep it short by saying that if you are interested in landscape photography then I would recommend this eBook.
Disclosure: I received a review copy of the eBook from the author.