Digital Wildlife Photography by John and Barbara Gerlach

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Using a combination of artistic approach and impeccable technique, professional photographers John and Barbara Gerlach will guide you through the field as you photograph the most intriguing and captivating subjects out in the wild.

A sampling of what you'll learn:

How to integrate equipment with technique to capture superb wildlife images of birds, mammals, amphibians, and more with an emphasis on precision and speed
Where and how animals can be approached closely enough to photograph well
How not to disturb the critters around you, depending on environment (den vs. tree and everything in-between)
When (and when-not) to feed the animals
Technical info like cropping, frames per second for capture, pixels/enlarging, and even HDR
Where to focus on various types of wildlife
Lighting depending on which animals have high contrast
Traveling with your gear
The "top 10" places in the world to shoot and how to find the best location for your interests

About John and Barbara Gerlach

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Professional Nature Photographers, US.John and Barbara Gerlach have taken more than a million wildlife images since 1978 and run seminars and workshops all over the world. Their pictures have been published in Outdoor Photographer, Audubon, Popular Photography National Wildlife, Sierra, Natural History, Petersen's Photographic, Ranger Rick, Birder's World, as well as books published by National Geographic Society, Sierra Club and others.
Published December 20, 2012 by Focal Press. 224 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Nature & Wildlife, Arts & Photography, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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