In this, the ultimate crib book for landscape photographers, Chuck Kimmerle breaks landscape photography down into 60 manageable chunks. This is ideal for those who have mastered the basics of photography but who wish to add the type of creative flair to their work that makes a portfolio stand out. The entire image capturing process is discussed, from capture to postproduction completed on popular software such as Lightbox and Adobe Photoshop.
Chuck Kimmerle spent the first twenty-five years in photography as a staff photographerfirst, as a newspaper photojournalist, and later as university photographer. Throughout that time, he always enjoyed photographing landscapes. He considered it a way to escape the confines and schedules of work assignments and saw it as a way to keep photography fun. In 2010, he transitioned to shooting landscapes full time. His style is described formalistic, balanced, and reticent and he favors shooting in quiet, empty spaces between hustle-and-bustle locations. He lives in Casper, WY."