Lonely Planet Wildlife Photography (How To)

Lonely Planet Wildlife Photography (How To)

Lonely Planet Wildlife Photography (How to)

For those who want to take their wildlife images to the next level, this essential guide is extensively illustrated with images taken on film and digital cameras, showing what to do and how to do it. Succinct and easy to understand, it is packed with tips for using animal behaviour to your advantage in a wide range of situations, as well as photographic techniques to bring out an animal's 'personality.' Including:

•Birds and sea life, nocturnal animals, on safari and at the zoo
•Approaching wildlife ethically (and safely!)
•Capturing close-ups and portraits, group and habitat shots
•Exposure, focal lenght and making the best use of natural light
•What to take and where to go, including wildlife 'hot spots' such as Africa and Borneo

Andy Rouse is renown for his novel and evocative images that convey the experience of getting up close and personal with some of the greatest and potentially most dangerous creatures in the world. His international reputation is built on both his technical ability in the field and his expertise in digital RAW processing. A television presenter and lecturer, he is the author of several books and many magazine articles, and frequently escorts photographic expeditions to far-flung corners...

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