Photography for the Naturalist

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Guild of Master Craftsman, 2002 - Photography - 160 pages
What's out there for you to capture in pictures? Perhaps a beautiful pink rose butterfly, lush waterfall, tiny tree frog, or flowering barrel cactus. If you have a passion for nature and photography, get ready to take it to another level. Breathtaking, colorful images reveal must what's possible when you're shooting the wild world--and all the instructional basics will help you create fabulous picutures of your own. Designed especially for the amateur, this is one guide that doesn't require elaborate lenses or exotic safaris. It tells you how to photograph for pleasure and profit; master scale, exposure, meter and flash; choose film and camera supports; and move in close. Insects, arachnids, reptiles and amphibians, birds and mammals, plants and funghi, or a landscape; each one receives full and wonderfully illustrated attention!

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Mark Lucock, PhD, is a Senior Lecturer in Human Molecular Nutrition at the University of Newcastle School of Environmental and Life Sciences, New South Wales, Australia. Dr. Lucock is internationally recognized as a pioneer in the field of human nutrition, nutrition and genomics, and nutrition and evolution.

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