A new book has been published which tells you everything you need to know about the colours and landscape modes of some of the most famous autumn landscapes.
The book by the British photographer Peter Dittmar features over 2,000 images from around the world.
It’s a collection of the best of his work, and the first ever to cover landscapes across the entire world.
In the book, Dittmaur’s subjects range from the Great Barrier Reef to Mount Etna in Antarctica, the Black Sea to the Alps in France, and even the mountains of the Himalayas.
The books main focus is on colour and form, with a few pictures from the mountains in Germany and a couple of photographs from Italy, the Netherlands and Australia.
But the book also includes more general advice on how to paint and how to get the best results.
“For example, I always try to work in a soft palette of browns, grays and greens,” Dittman explains in the book.
“I like to keep my palette of colours as flat as possible and try to blend them into the background.”
For the landscape mode of the photo above, Dittaur used a blend of black and white and a dark grey for the black-and-white image, as well as a white-and.
The combination of the colours makes the landscape appear more organic and natural.
“The mountains and the ocean look as if they are falling into the earth, but the landscape is still really solid,” Dittaurs book states.
“But in this case I would have to mix a darker grey with a lighter black, which would give it a different feel to the image.””
If I wanted to do something a little more abstract I would use a mix of brown and a lighter colour,” he adds.
“But in this case I would have to mix a darker grey with a lighter black, which would give it a different feel to the image.”
Dittmar paints the landscapes in a way that allows for a sense of depth.
He tells us that “the landscapes are almost like a sculptural landscape, with the sky, the ocean and the trees all looking very much as if in the foreground.”
“The result of this is that the viewer can’t help but be captivated by the beautiful scenery of the landscape, which makes the subject very real,” he writes.
This is particularly true when looking at mountains in the background.
“I use the same technique to make the landscape as well, which is also important because when the landscape gets so huge, the background becomes even more abstract,” he continues.
“This means that the landscape doesn’t feel like a real landscape at all.
The background is more like an object in the sky.
I then take the same colour combination and combine it with black and grey, and then add a bit of a green tint.
For the final shot, I use a mixture of red and green and then combine it again with black.
All of this creates a very different landscape than a regular landscape.”
Dittaur has said he wanted his book to be a guide to how to capture a beautiful and unique landscape in a natural way.
“It’s all about the balance between light and dark,” he says.
“And in this book I try to capture that balance.”
To create this book, I have been working with a professional landscape photographer who is a master of the craft.
I really want to show people that this is possible, and that you can capture the best images and landscapes with a great brush, a great camera and a good eye.”
The book also features some great advice from Dittmans favourite landscape photographer, Ian Gaughan, who also worked on the BBC’s Natural History Unit and was responsible for one of the first digital camera pictures of a living animal.
A great landscape can also give you a feeling of peace and quiet, even though you might not normally feel that way. “
The landscapes are often more beautiful when viewed from the side than from above, which I like to emphasise,” he said.
“A great landscape can also give you a feeling of peace and quiet, even though you might not normally feel that way.
And the mountains are often quite beautiful to look at when you have a clear view of them, which you often don’t get on most of the other types of landscape in the city.”
You can read the book online or in paperback on Amazon.