The wonders of nature are often brought to those of us through the medium of photography. We can’t always seen and experience everything we would wish to and so photography is often the tool we go to in order to “half live” those dreams. And we couldn’t do it without those adventurous photographers who venture to the wilds (and even in their own backyards). In John Shaw’s Guide to Digital Nature Photography readers are introduced to this art. Whether you are an experienced photographer or beginner this is a title you won’t want to miss.
Let’s just say it like it is: The majority of my photographs turn out looking like crud. Like many others I would prefer to get it right in the camera rather than spend a lot of time trying to make something out of a horrible quality photo. This is a great book if you want to fine tune and step up your photography skills. And not just for nature. Different things that a reader would learn can be adapted for other subjects. Great read, highly recommend.
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