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Richard du Toit's Essential Wildlife Photography A Field Guide to Photographing Wildlife in Southern Africa

Handbook / Manual Out of Print
By: Richard Du Toit
96 pages, 180 col photos
Richard du Toit's Essential Wildlife Photography
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  • Richard du Toit's Essential Wildlife Photography ISBN: 9781868726097 Paperback Oct 2002 Out of Print #129733
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Wildlife photography is an increasingly popular pastime and this guide contains a wealth of information for all levels of photographer. It provides information on how to select the right equipment, how to prepare for a field trip, which camera technique to use in the field, and what to do in your home studio - all with an African emphasis.

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Richard du Toit grew up on a farm near Pietermaritzburg. He has a BSc Honours degree in Zoology and Entomology, but his increasing interest in wildlife photography developed into a professional career in 1995. Du Toit travels widely throughout southern Africa to game reserves and wilderness areas to capture his magnificent images. He is based in Johannesburg and has published images in South Africa and internationally in calendars, books and magazines. Du Toit has contributed to numerous books, including Creatures of Habit, Images from a Timeless Wilderness and African Wildlife Themes.

Handbook / Manual Out of Print
By: Richard Du Toit
96 pages, 180 col photos
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