Series: Bulletin of the Entomological Society of New Zealand Volume: 6
By: Bruce B Given (Author)
Given's classic work on photographing invertebrates. Apart form the use of digital cameras, nothing's really changed today – this is still an essential guide for students of entomology and zoology.
The basic techniques and equipment required for photographing insects, both in the studio and in the field, are described and practical advice for the amateur photographer is given on close-up photography and problems with movement and lighting.
There are appendices with general notes on processing of photographic materials and the preparation and presentation of illustrations and visual aids.
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