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Noor Queen of Ranthamnbhore

Art / Photobook
By: Andy Rouse(Author), Aditya Singh(Author), Valmik Thapar(Foreword By)
160 pages, 180 colour & b/w photos
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  • Noor ISBN: 9780956457530 Hardback Oct 2018 In stock
Price: £39.99
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Hundreds of hours waiting, watching, hoping. The result one of the most amazing tiger books ever published. A 160-page celebration of stylish tiger photography and engaging storytelling, from cute cubs to dramatic hunting sequences. Two photographers tell one compelling story in a friendly collaboration. Featuring colour, monochrome and infra-red photography, this book has something for everyone.

For the tiger lover the authors cover all aspects of Noor's life via a collection of stories about their encounters with her. They've included other wildlife too: leopards, birds, and deer all feature. The writing puts the reader right there with them at the decisive moments, resulting in a captivating narrative that brings the pictures to life.

For the photographer, the images will inspire with a mixture of styles rarely seen in a wildlife book, encompassing colour, monochrome and infra-red. Regarding the latter, there is a portfolio showing Noor's territory in the harsh light of summer. Plus you will get commentary throughout on what it's like being a Noor photographer, plus two spreads of photo hints & tips that you can use for your own photography.

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Art / Photobook
By: Andy Rouse(Author), Aditya Singh(Author), Valmik Thapar(Foreword By)
160 pages, 180 colour & b/w photos
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