The Photogapher's Guide to the Oregon Coast: Where to Find Perfect Shots and How to Take Them

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W. W. Norton, Incorporated, 2004 - Photography - 96 pages
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Spectacular views of Oregon's rocky coastline and the scenic driving routes that pass through it make it a favorite destination for amateur and professional photographers alike. This book tells you exactly where to go and how to go about shooting these "picture-perfect" places, so that you don't need to actually be a professional to take great photos.

Lively descriptions of each place are accompanied by directions and detailed maps for how to get there, plus information on seasonal timing, places to eat and stay, and other photo opportunities to explore along Oregon's coast. Also included is an appendices featuring the authors' favorite places to photograph and tips on digital photography. Packed with helpful tips for amateur and professionals alike, this book should be in the camera bag of every photographer who seeks to capture Oregon's stunning coastal beauty.

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About the author (2004)

David Middleton, of Danby, Vermont, is the author of several books including The Photographer's Guide to the Maine Coast, The Photographer's Guide to Vermont, The Nature of Vermont, The Nature of America and The Lobstering Life. He conducts outdoor photography workshops across the country.

Rod Barbee is a professional nature photographer and writer whose work has appeared in Outdoor Photographer, Nature's Best, Northwest Travel, Backpacker, National Parks, and other magazines, in addition to being featured in numerous calendars, catalogs, and books. He lives in Port Ludlow, Washington.

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