The Bird Photography Field Guide by David Tipling
The essential handbook for capturing birds with your digital SLR

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As digital photography equipment, notably digital SLR cameras and digiscopes, become increasingly affordable, more and more birdwatchers are turning their hands to capturing images of their favorite subject. But having the equipment is only half the battle to achieving stunning bird images. A good knowledge of your equipment, an understanding of both photography and field craft, and a firm basis in post-production techniques are also essential if you want to capture and create high-quality bird photographs. All these topics are covered in this portable guide to bird photography. Although small enough to fit in a jacket pocket or camera bag, the Bird Watcher's Photography Field Guide introduces and instructs on each stage of the digital photography process, describing all the necessary equipment, discussing specialist field-craft techniques, and showing you how to manipulate and enhance your photos.

 

About David Tipling

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David Tipling is a professional wildlife photographer and birder, whose work has been widely published. He has won many awards, including the prestigious Nature Photographer of the Year, and is the author of several books.
 
Published March 10, 2011 by Focal Press. 192 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Arts & Photography, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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