The Best of Nature Photography: Images and Techniques from the Pros

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Amherst Media, Oct 1, 2002 - Photography - 127 pages
Featuring compelling images created by more than 35 of the world's best nature photographers including such visionaries as John Sexton and Jim Zuckerman, this book is packed with stunning examples of wildlife portraiture, fine art landscape images, and botanical and insect close-ups. Photographers learn the secrets behind creating images such as those found in Audubon and U.S. News & World Report directly from the photographers who risked their equipment, personal safety, and in some cases, their lives, to produce these first-rate images. With tips on choosing a camera, selecting aperture and shutter speed, reading natural light, and using filters, each photographer discusses his or her own favorite technique, equipment, and compositional strategies and reveals how to achieve unique, evocative images that truly tell a story.

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Jen Bidner is a volunteer K9 handler with Illinois- Wisconsin Search & Rescue Dogs (ILL-WIS), a not-forprofit canine unit that helps law enforcement agencies and fire departments in the Midwest find lost and missing people. She is the author of over a dozen books.

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