Dynamic Wildlife Photography
Techniques for Creating Captivating Images
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|Format: ||Paperback, 128 pages|
|Other Information: ||Illustrated|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 May 2004|
For experienced photographers who want to apply their technical skills to wildlife photography and for photographers who already have experience with photographing animals but want to further refine their images, this book provides the guidance needed to master artistically compelling wildlife portraits. Photographers learn how to create images that not only document their subjects, but also cause viewers to study and discuss them. Written for photographers who know how to create a technically precise photograph, this book shows them how to flex their creativity, apply their imaging prowess to the field, and evaluate their subjects in a new light. Practical tips cover everything from backlighting the soft, downy "stubble" of a newborn chick to choosing and using the accessories that help capture a unique perspective.
About the Author
Cathy and Gordon Illg are a professional photographic team specialising in wildlife, nature, and outdoor recreation. They have received many awards in the Nature's Best International Photography Competition, and in 2003, they had a second-place winner in the BG Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest. Their writing has appeared in numerous magazines and they are the authors of Rocky Mountain Safari.
"The Illgs offer a wonderful guide to taking pictures of wildlife that will go beyond the snapshot, catching the viewer's eye and setting your image apart." - Rob Sheppard, Editor of Outdoor Photographer magazine
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