327 pages, 159 colour & 93 b/w photos
"Anyone interested in wildlife or in the art of photography should sit with him and by osmosis they will learn. And if you cannot sit with him, then sit with his images. They speak his language, which is the language of nature, plain simple and utterly brilliant."
In saying this, Bittu Saghal (Editor, Sanctuary Asia) has perfectly distilled the essence of T.N.A. Perumal's persona, outlook and work ethic. He has also perfectly described the incalculable value of this book.
Reminiscences of a Wildlife Photographer is a compilation of the best of Perumal's life's work. In his own words, and in his pictures that speak a thousand words, Perumal takes you into forest and jungle, garden and grassland, on a journey that explores flora, fauna, birds and insects. In the process, he allows you an understanding of the patience, skill and dedication that are required to be able to record these magnificent itineraries.
Within the pages of this book are 159 colour and 93 black-and-white photographs taken over a span of 50 years. In his opening essay, Perumal records his evolution from shikari to photographer and introduces the reader to some of the people who influenced his changing perspectives and professional development.
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