A limited number of signed hard back copies of David Noton's new book, 'Full Frame', released ahead of retailers

Award winning landscape and travel photographer, David Noton, has released advanced signed copies of his new book Full Frame – several weeks ahead of the book being available through general retailers, even before Amazon.

Full Frame, David’s second book, takes readers on an epic journey to some of the spots David has visited around the world in his 25-year career. Now a columnist for various photography magazines, David includes witty commentary within the book with creative insights into his work.  

From ten locations worldwide – the Canadian Rockies, Bolivia, Morocco, Bali, South Africa, Laos, Provence, Umbria, Snowdonia and Dorset – David explores the key themes in his work, from his use of colour and how he achieves a new perspective on familiar scenes, to the spirit of adventure that drives him to seek out new ones.

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Explaining his photographic process, specialist techniques including infra-red and panoramics, as well as the daily trials of travelling to some of the worlds furthest corners, Full Frame reveals the hard work behind Noton’s masterful and polished images and shows how you can apply his techniques to create your own stunning images.

A limited number of signed hard back copies of Full Frame are available from David’s website for £25.00, plus UK or international p&p costs.
David also carries out photography workshops across various locations in Europe, with the next scenic spots in the Yorkshire Dales this weekend and Dorset’s Jurassic coast on 12th November. Click here to book on one of his courses or for more information.