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At last - an update of this great guide to travel photography, for the digital photographer wielding DSLR - and for a traveller with only a camera phone! In fact, all camera technologies are covered, including working with film.
A jargon-free, comprehensive guide to all aspects of travel photography., including a new section on the 'art of travel photography'. Deals with awkward travel photography situations (varied lighting conditions, crowded places, potraits of travel companions) as well as the gear needed while on the road and the software and hardware required to store and process your images back at home; how to assess, display and earn money with your photographs - and 'everything you need to know' to sell your travel photographs.
Loads of helpful, inspiring small images, and also plenty of double-page photo spreads - and descriptions of how example shots were taken help you understand how to set up similar shots yourself.
Great for all travel photographers - not just those shooting wildlife. Andy Rouse illustrates his photographic instruction with many, many wonderful wildlife pictures. Sections include equipment, setting, techniques and where/when to go, preparations and research. Section 4 suggests local zoos, safaris etc.
Internationally renowned photographer Michael Coyne shares over 25 years of experience photographing people around the world in a guide that will help you find and capture the portraits you've always wanted. This is the perfect guide for everyone with a special interest in people photography who wants to take their pictures to the next level. • Packed with tips and techniques for taking great portraits in a wide range of situations • Comprehensively illustrated with examples of what to do and how to do it • A guide to photo etiquette • Technical and creative know-how imparted in succinct, easy-to-understand language • Strong travel focus expressed in images from around the world • Images shot with film and digital cameras
Valuable advice on finding the best vantage points for Cityscapes and aerials, architecture and interiors, public art and life on the streets. Helps the traveller to seek both classic and original views of much-photographed icons on their travels - as well as showing how to improve photographic technique.
Illustrated guide, written by professional photographers, compact enough to be taken on the road but still highly useful.
Latest edition of the inspirational travel annual with the hottest trends, destinations and experiences for the year ahead. Month-by-month travel planner of festivals and events for 2011. Perfect for adventurers or armchair travellers.
RICK SAMMON'S TRAVEL AND NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY
by Rick Sammon (Norton, 2006)
This book is likely to come up in a search for travel photography - so a quick note may be in order.
Great pics (some heavily photoshopped) but definately not all that useful for learning about photography. Sorry.