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By: Steve Price(Author)
176 pages, 50 colour photos
Nature and the outdoors provide us with exceptional beauty year-round. Now, author and professional photographer Steve Price has put together a collection of tips, tricks, and pointers for any photographer – amateur or pro – to take and develop excellent outdoor and wilderness photos.
The Joy of Nature Photography is an informative, entertaining, and easy-to-understand book that will help you take your best nature pictures, no matter where you are. Broken into eleven chapters, The Joy of Nature Photography combines technical know-how and real-life examples to offer tips that cover all the basics of photography. Each tip is carefully explained, and every chapter features stunning photos by the author to demonstrate particular methods.
The Joy of Nature Photography will help anyone hone their skills as an outdoor photographer, and it provides experienced wisdom on topics such as: Choosing your equipment Composing your image Shooting with a smartphone Special wildlife photography techniques And more! From taking photos of leopards in Africa to grizzlies in Alaska, and from using the latest zoom lens to snapping a quick pic with your phone, The Joy of Nature Photography will give you the tools and knowledge you can use to capture the beauty of the wilderness and wildlife you love.
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Steve Price is a contributing editor to Field & Stream magazine and has served as a senior writer for B.A.S.S. Publications for more than thirty-five years. His fishing features and photographs for Yamaha Marine Group have reached millions of readers around the world each month. He has written six books and more than three thousand magazine articles.
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