John Shaw's Nature Photography Field Guideby John Shaw
Even highly skilled photographers are often baffled by the problems facing them when they work outdoors. But with this
An updated bestseller, this book of extraordinarily beautiful photographs of nature contains state-of-the-art instruction on how any photographer can aim for equally impressive results every time a camera is focused on the great outdoors.
Even highly skilled photographers are often baffled by the problems facing them when they work outdoors. But with this exceptional field guide in hand, every photographer—beginner, serious amateur, semi-pro, and pro—can conquer the problems encountered in the field. Using his own exceptional work as examples, the author discusses each type of nature subject and how to approach photographing it. Specific advice and information cover selection of equipment and lenses; how to compose a shot; how to get close ups; and other tips covering a range of techniques to enrich various types of nature photographs.
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Meet the Author
John Shaw is the author of many enduring bestsellers, including six previous Amphoto books. His photographs are frequently featured in National Wildlife, Outdoor Photographer, Natural History, Sierra, and Audubon magazines, as well as in calendars, books, and advertisements. He lives in Colorado Springs.
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This book makes you think as you take photos. Makes to want to get out and take pictures
I can't say enough good things about John Shaw's books. They have helped my photography in many aspects. With all the photography books on the market, I was overwhelmed by the choices as I wanted to get a book that taught me field techniques yet still explained exposure theory. I emailed a professional photographer, John Herbst, and he recommended any John Shaw book. This was the first one I purchased and I am very happy that I bought it. John Shaw explains exposure theory in a way that makes a complex subject seem easy. I liked it so much that I purchased several of his books and I have enjoyed, and learned from, each of them. His field techniques are straightforward and easy to understand. You'll love any of his books. I have 4 of them.