Nature Photography: Through Four Seasons
Fountain Press, 1997 - Photography - 144 pages
In this comprehensive book Arnold Wilson describes techniques for photographing both in the field and indoors. Action and movement are also covered, including flying insects and birds, seed and pollen dispersal, and leaping frogs.
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