Outdoor Photography: 101 Tips and Hints

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Silver Pixel Press, 1997 - Photography - 176 pages
"Angel shares information on the shortcuts and gadgets that have helped her take award-winning shots, even in the most extreme and unpredictable weather."-- "American Bookseller

. ."..bound to be a runaway success. Jam packed with most every trick she has discovered over two decades as a professional photographer...offers good value for the price....tips and hints...range from practical to technical including supplies you'll need in extreme environments, metering, composition, light modifiers, various shortcuts, home made gadgets, the best commercially available accessories...All are described in a concise, anecdotal style...While reading the tips, you'll often say to yourself, 'Why didn't I think of that?'"-- "Outdoor & Nature Photography

. ."..is loaded with entertaining anecdotes and nuggets of practical advice on topics such as emergency rain gear for your equipment, homemade thermal jackets that keep cameras and batteries functioning in sub-zero temperatures and color-coding small tools. Globe-trotting photo enthusiasts will discover many gems in this concise and highly readable book."-- "Nature's Best

. "A perfect size for a camera bag...offers tips and hints to help you capture excellent photographs, regardless of the challenging conditions and subjects."-- "Outdoor Photographer

. 176 pages, 24 color illus., 76 b/w illus., 5 x 7 1/2.

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Angel trained as a zoologist.

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