A revised edition of a how-to book on nature photography featuring many illustrations, advice, tips and analysis appropriate for both novice and experienced photographers.
Proven techniques for making award-winning photographs of the great outdoors. The National Audubon Society Guide to Nature Photography is an inspiring reference for both amateur and professionals who want to improve the quality and beauty of their work. The book reveals time-tested field techniques and artistic insights guaranteed to improve any photographer's portfolio. Every aspect of photographing nature is comprehensively covered: landscape, wildlife, insects, flora, and forests. Photographers will benefit from: Advice for buying the best equipment for photographing nature subjects Top-ten lists of the best North American locations for photographing landscapes, big game, birds, wildflowers, and seasonal colors Tips for using filters, handling composition, lighting, color, exposure and moving subjects Practical advice for choosing and using the latest digital cameras and equipment Pictographs provide point-by-point views of the anatomy of a successful photo All the information comes from actual field experience, accompanied by 200 stunning examples.