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By: George Lepp and Kathryn Vincent Lepp
208 pages, Col illus throughout
This is a personal book that mixes engaging storytelling with technical know-how, from a top nature photographer. Join him on location as he follows lions on the hunt and climbs the mountains where high-altitude creatures dwell. From George Lepp, one of today's top nature photographers, comes a very personal book that mixes engaging storytelling with technical know-how. Written with his wife Kathryn Vincent Lepp, "Wildlife Photography" describes the exciting, sometimes terrifying adventures behind their favourite wildlife images. Join Lepp on location as he follows lions on the hunt; documents the rise and fall of ocean tides in order to create the perfect shorebird picture; and, climbs the mountains where high-altitude creatures dwell.
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George Lepp is one of North America's best-known contemporary outdoor and nature photographers. His images have appeared in some of the world's most widely viewed venues, including National Wildlife, Time, Newsweek and the New Yorker, at prestigious galleries and museums; and at the corporate headquarters of Canon USA, Eastman Kodak and Epson America. Lepp is also the field editor of PCPhoto and Outdoor Photographer, where he has a monthly column. His many awards include the prestigious Progress Award, the highest given by the Photographic Society of America.
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