By: Ralph Lee Hopkins (Author)
240 pages, full colour throughout, includes photographs
The newest in the popular Digital Masters series is designed to develop and expand photographers' unique vision of the world's wildlife and wild places. It's a lavishly illustrated workbook that photographers will return to again and again as they master the techniques and move beyond to the creative side of picture making. Covering everything from preparation and camera basics to lighting, wildlife encounters and conservation, Ralph Lee Hopkins describes a variety of approaches to capturing the best possible photo in the moment. In the process, he gets to the essence of nature photography as a skill and an art.
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Ralph Lee Hopkins teaches for National Geographic Expeditions, Arizona Highways Photographic Workshops and Santa Fe Photographic Workshops. His work regularly appears in publications such as Outdoor Photographer, National Geographic and Outside.
His fine-art images have appeared in exhibits at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History and San Diego Museum of Natural History, among others.
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