“Extreme Perspectives” – An Introduction to Mountain Photography

by Klaus on May 12, 2011

in Photography

A new ebook has just been released by my favorit photography & ebook website, Craft & Vision.

Extreme Perspectives, An Introduction to Mountain Photography by Alexandre Buisse is a collection of amazing stories and beautiful photographs from some of the most breathtaking and remote places in the world. This ebook will inspire and excite photographers from all disciplines, but the avid landscape photographer and adventurer in spirit will be especially intrigued.

Alexandre is both a mountaineer and a photographer who takes the reader through some amazing expeditions and reveals the gear and the vision he used when shooting in these spectacular places. The behind-the-scenes action and awe-inspiring visuals make for a great read!

Extreme Perspectives, An Introduction to Mountain Photography is available now as a downloadable PDF (34 pages in high quality) for just $5.

Special Offer on PDFs

For the first four days only, if you use the promotional code EXTREME4 when you checkout, you can have the PDF version of Extreme Perspectives for only $4 OR use the code EXTREME20 to get 20% off when you buy 5 or more PDF ebooks from the Craft & Vision collection. These codes expire at 11:59pm PST May 15, 2011.


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RonLeyba May 13, 2011 at 08:09

Cool, thanks for the discount code. Might be useful to some of my friends. Thanks Klaus.

Dev May 13, 2011 at 18:35

I always loved mountains, but I can’t take good photos. But maybe one friend of mine will use the discout code.

Lemerou May 15, 2011 at 20:14

Interesting !
I love montains but always found to photography them to be difficult.
The lightning is often very hard so im always amazed by what skilled photogaphers manage to do.

Tim Shields May 17, 2011 at 08:33

I am a lover of the mountains, and I enjoy nothing more than getting out there and taking photos of snow, ice, glaciers, and amazing views that only mountains can offer. This E book looks like a very good deal at only $4.00 The photos look pretty cool….

Rob @ Atlanta Real Estate May 20, 2011 at 04:02

That looks interesting.

I just invested in a Canon 5D (the original one) and a 17-40mm L lens so I could go really wide.

True 17mm on a full frame body is super cool. You can stand right beside a building and get the entire thing in the frame!

Looking forward to some landscape photog as soon as I go somewhere interesting.

Jasmine May 20, 2011 at 20:40

I love different views of the mountains! I loved the Extreme Previews, very cool. There were many beautiful covers on the site. I think it is amazing to have not only mountain climbing skills but also the skills it takes to get shots like these! Thanks for sharing! very affordable, love it

Aybi @ May 25, 2011 at 19:34

Mountains are breathtaking! They are great stress relievers (for me!). I always make it a point to capture them in my mobile phone everytime I hike or make a tour. But that doesn’t make me a photographer (not even close to being one). But I’ve already bookmarked this page just in case I change my mind. Thanks for posting!

Klaus May 26, 2011 at 11:37

If you take photos, you’re a photographer 🙂 You might not be a professional photographer, but you’re still a photographer.


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