Wildlife watchers and aspiring natural-history photographers - collect up your kit and get ready for a practical course with a difference. Photographic workshops are exceptionally popular, but not everybody has the time or budget to attend one in person. This 'workshop in book' allows you to absorb the benefits of the workshop experience without actually being on location with the professionals.
Whatever your level of experience, this comprehensive book will help you improve and capture better photographs whether you are a beginner or an enthusiast who wants to brush up on some skills. Be guided by the authors' breadth of knowledge and follow the progression of technical advice. Chapters dedicated to different types of wildlife give hands-on advice of how to locate, approach and photograph your subject using insider tricks of the trade.
A 'workshop in a book' to follow at your own pace
Suitable for any level of expertise
Chapters cover: equipment, exposure, composition, lighting, close-up photography, birds, mammals, plant life and post-processing
Includes a section of creative reader assignments to promote practical learning
Answers given to frequently asked questions
About the authors:
Ben Hall and Ross Hoddinott are two of the UK's leading natural-history photographers. Between them they have won multiple awards for their wildlife photography and both are on the esteemed 2020VISION photo team. They both have a wealth of experience in running workshops and regularly contribute to a range of magazines. Ross has authored or co-authored five other books on photographic technique, including Digital Exposure Handbook, The Landscape Photography Workshop and Digital Macro Photography.