100 Ways to Take Better Nature & Wildlife Photographs
This is a practical, accessible guide to photographing nature and wildlife from one of the UK's top nature photographers. Suitable for all levels of photographer, "100 Ways to Take Better Nature and Wildlife Photographs" features 100 practical and inspiring tips on every aspect of the genre. Guy Edwardes' beathtaking pictures accompany his easy-to-follow advice on a wide range of subjects from capturing the actions of large mammals to snapping wild birds and flowers in the garden. With tips on everything from technique to composition, coping with extreme field conditions to Photoshop software manipulation, this is an invaluable guide for anyone with a passion for photography or the natural world.
- Hardback | 144 pages
- 216 x 279 x 20mm | 962g
- 26 Sep 2009
- DAVID & CHARLES
- Newton Abbot, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Introduction; 1 Nature and Wildlife Photography Basics; 2 Technical considerations; 3 Fieldcraft; 4 Composition; 5 Lighting; 6 Photographing Birds and Mammals; 7 Photographing Flora and Fungi; 8 Close-ups in Nature; 9 Photograph the Seasons; 10 Digital considerations and Post Production Techniques; Avoid flare; Capture interaction; Index.
About Guy Edwardes
Guy Edwardes is one of the UK's leading nature and landscape photographers. His work has been published widely at home and abroad, with clients that include Outdoor Photography, Practical Photography, Digital Camera, Country Walking, the Telegraph Magazine, Reader's Digest and Ordnance Survey. He markets stock photography internationally through a number of picture agencies, as well as running his own library of over 100,000 images. He is the author of D&C's 100 Ways to Take Better Landscape Photographs.