How to Photograph Reptiles and Amphibians
This comprehensive guide for the herp photographer addresses equipment and techniques and offers insight into the behaviour of snakes, frogs, turtles, lizards, toads, and salamanders
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Photographing Difficult Subjects
Making a Good Photo Great
Respecting Your Subject
105mm macro lens 50-speed film adjust allows amphibians amphibians and reptiles animals background basking BILL LEONARD breeding ponds camera body camera compensation dial color compensation dial set composition dark depth of field desert diopter distance eggs expo extension tube fill flash flash bracket flash compensation dial flash meter flash unit focal length focus foothill yellow-legged frog frame frog Rana garter snake Thamnophis gray card Gray treefrog Green frog habitat inverse square law LARRY WEST larvae lenses life-size lighter than medium literal-translation magnification manual electronic flash manual flash medium tone meter reading move natural light Pacific giant salamander Pacific treefrogs prime lens rattlesnake set at 07 setup shutter speed singing frog situations species spring peeper stalking stop lighter stream tion toad Bufo tographing treefrog Hyla tripod tripod LARRY WEST tronic flash TTL electronic flash TTL flash turtle warming filter zoom