Where and how to Photograph Wildlife

Where and how to Photograph Wildlife

by Peter Evans
     
 

Do you want to capture—on film, of course—a bushtail possum or an orange-eyed frog? How about cheetah cubs cuddling, penguins in a huddle, or a wildly colorful toucan? If animals, travel, and pictures are your passion, load your cameras and get set for a photographic safari! A world-class photographer—and winner of a silver medal from the

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Do you want to capture—on film, of course—a bushtail possum or an orange-eyed frog? How about cheetah cubs cuddling, penguins in a huddle, or a wildly colorful toucan? If animals, travel, and pictures are your passion, load your cameras and get set for a photographic safari! A world-class photographer—and winner of a silver medal from the Photographic Society of America—shows off his breathtaking work and reveals how you, too, can take memorable images of wildlife in their own habitats. You'll find out everything about planning the trip, from flights and hotels to clothing and medical precautions; what equipment and techniques work best in the field; and what makes a good wildlife photo. The areas covered include Australia, Africa, the Falkland and Galapagos Islands, India, Thailand, Venezuela, and Brazil. Plus a section on photographing animals in captivity. Even if you never leave your own backyard, what you'll learn here will make all your wildlife pictures perfect.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781861082244
Publisher:
Guild of Master Craftsman Publications, Limited
Publication date:
05/01/2002
Pages:
180
Product dimensions:
10.00(w) x 10.00(h) x (d)

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