Life in the Wild: A Photographer's Year

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Ingram Pub Services, 2002 - Photography - 193 pages
One of the best at the art of wildlife photography presents a year of his work in an informative and visually remarkable diary. From January's visit to India (and its magnificent tigers) to March's Arctic journey (where a sleeping polar cub lies atop mama bear) to December's African safari (leopards, jackals, hyenas), each month includes valuable information on planning a trip, packing equipment, and taking the actual shot. Almost every page features breathtaking examples of the author's pictures, and special boxed tips focus on shooting in low-light, selecting film stock, capturing silhouettes, and more. Digital cameras, underwater photography, macro lenses, coping with weather and its effects, and producing scans: it's all here, along with advice on photographing "local wildlife," because even when you're home, the fun can continue.

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Andy Rouse is one of the UKas most well-known and respected Andy Rouse is one of the UKas most well-known and respected wildlife photographers. He has presented numerous televisionwildlife photographers. He has presented numerous television programmes including BBCas Countryfile and regularly contri programmes including BBCas Countryfile and regularly contributes to magazines and websites. Andy has written 10 books tbutes to magazines and websites. Andy has written 10 books to date and lives in Hampshire. o date and lives in Hampshire.

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