Lessons From Behind the Lens of A Legendary Wildlife PhotographerBook - 2010
Annotation A legendary wildlife photographer discusses his fascinating life behind the lens, telling the stories and the settings behind his best shots<br />•<br />•Brought to you by the same team that brings you the bestselling books by Scott Kelby, as well as Joe McNally's Moment it Clicks.<br />•Captivating, engaging stories in combination with how-to information about taking great images.<br />•Learn the basics of animal behavior and biology so that you're ready to capture wildlife at the peak of action! Captured: Behind the Lens of a Legendary Wildlife Photographer is an inspiring and riveting narrative combined with the how-to nuts and bolts of legendary wilderness photographer Moose Peterson's personal photographic approach and process. Moose describes his love affair with the wilderness and the camera like any other--it took time for it to grow and become what is is today. Photography must be more than f/stops and shutter speeds, yet that's where one must begin. Yet, it's hard to think of those technical aspects while right in front of you is a Grizzly Bear with cubs. Or when you turn a corner in Yellowstone and there in front of you is a pack of Wolves going about their business, ignoring your existence. Or when you simply look out the window of your own home and smile at the simple delights the birds in your feeder bring. This is the romantic side of photography that Moose explores and will instill in you while reading this book. When it's coupled with the camera techniques and basic biology you'll also learn in the book, your images will capture and grab the heartstrings of anyone viewing them. Pull up a comfy chair, pour your favorite beverage and put your feet up-- Moose is taking you deep into the wilderness and if he's lucky, you'll want to stay there even after you've finished the book.
Publisher: [Berkeley, Calif.] : New Riders, 2010, c2011
Edition: 1st ed
Branch Call Number: 778.932 P4851c 2010
Characteristics: ix, 396 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm