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by Richard I'Anson,Andy Rouse
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Photography & Video
  • Author:
    Richard I'Anson,Andy Rouse
  • ISBN:
    1740599004
  • ISBN13:
    978-1740599009
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  • Publisher:
    Lonely Planet (June 1, 2006)
  • Pages:
    176 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Photography & Video
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  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    428
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Series: How to. Paperback: 176 pages. Publisher: Lonely Planet (June 1, 2006). I found this book very interesting and pleasant to read. It contains a few tips to apply in everyday wildlife and nature photography

Series: How to. It contains a few tips to apply in everyday wildlife and nature photography. Not only are the tips given, but also the reasons and mechanisms behind the tips. And, of course, the illustrations are great and encouraging! I recommend this book for intermediate and advanced amateur photographers. One person found this helpful.

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Lonely Planet (author), Richard I'Anson (author). How to get started in travel photography What kit is required - whether you?re an enthusiastic amateur photographer or a budding professionals - and how to use it Types of software and computers needed to process pin-sharp images On-the-ground advice, including photography etiquette, safety and security Essential advice and know-how on lighting, composing and shooting great images How to choose.

Download Lonely Planets Best Ever Photography Tips or any other file from Books category. Award-winning photographer Richard I'Anson has travelled the world for 30 years and founded Lonely Planet's image library. How to shoot wildlife, nightlife, people, cities, landscapes and lunch How to compose, control and critique your photographs Plus Richard I'Anson's 10 Golden Rules of travel photography Author: Richard I'Anson.

The world's best guidebooks, travel advice and information. Writers: Lonely Planet, Richard I'Anson. 376 pages, 376pp color, 0 maps Dimensions: 165mm 210mm.

Lonely Planet’s Guide to Travel Photography goes through all the different elements of photography from the very basics, equipment, planning, taking the shots, through to specific techniques . Richard I’Anson/ Lonely Planet.

Lonely Planet’s Guide to Travel Photography goes through all the different elements of photography from the very basics, equipment, planning, taking the shots, through to specific techniques such as night photography. The book is well written and easy to understand and would be suited for both beginners through to amateurs/hobbyists. As you read the book you’ll find pictures along with the settings used. This helps you understand how to create specific and technical images.

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Andy Rouse - Wildlife Travel Photography advice from a pro take better pictures.

Shipping to Russian Federation. Andy Rouse - Wildlife Travel Photography advice from a pro take better pictures. Animal Portraits By Andy Rouse.

For those who want to take their wildlife images to the next level, this essential guide is extensively illustrated with images taken on film and digital cameras, showing what to do and how to do it. Succinct and easy to understand, it is packed with tips for using animal behaviour to your advantage in a wide range of situations, as well as photographic techniques to bring out an animal's 'personality.' Including:•Birds and sea life, nocturnal animals, on safari and at the zoo•Approaching wildlife ethically (and safely!)•Capturing close-ups and portraits, group and habitat shots•Exposure, focal lenght and making the best use of natural light•What to take and where to go, including wildlife 'hot spots' such as Africa and BorneoAndy Rouse is renown for his novel and evocative images that convey the experience of getting up close and personal with some of the greatest and potentially most dangerous creatures in the world. His international reputation is built on both his technical ability in the field and his expertise in digital RAW processing. A television presenter and lecturer, he is the author of several books and many magazine articles, and frequently escorts photographic expeditions to far-flung corners of the globe. Andy is passionate about the message that his images express and sees his work as contributing to the general appreciation of our precious wildlife.

Blackbeard
I found this book very interesting and pleasant to read. It contains a few tips to apply in everyday wildlife and nature photography. Not only are the tips given, but also the reasons and mechanisms behind the tips. And, of course, the illustrations are great and encouraging! I recommend this book for intermediate and advanced amateur photographers.
Falya
I wish the font size would have been bigger. Most information has been written about in other books.
Samut
As the previous reviewer says, this may not add anything over other books, but I found it a good read. Lots of tips on what to bring, how to shoot, and how to look beyond the obvious shot and make something interesting. It's also small enough to squeeze into a bag and take it with you. Also has tips for digital and film photographers.

My friend owns a copy and I'm thinking of getting my own. The photographs are fantastic and gave me plenty of ideas.