Wildshots: The World of the Wildlife Photographer
Filled with anecdotal material about the work of professional wildlife photographers, Wildshots compares people's notions about the profession to the realities. While wildlife photography has glamorous and exciting aspects, it is a demanding profession requiring patience, hard work, and a thorough understanding of wildlife. Of course, the book is filled with amazing and stunning photographs from some of the world's finest photographers.
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