Wildlife Photographers

Wildlife Photographers

Life Through A Lens

Book - 2003
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Fast-as-lightning cheetahs, nearly extinct white rhinoceroses, seemingly friendly koala bears--imagine waiting for hours in your perch in a tree or under a fringe of pampas grass, ears alert, eyes peeled, camera ready. That's the job of a wildlife photographer. This book outlines the skills, training, and day-to-day tasks that these resourceful and talented individuals depend on to survive--not only in a highly competitive field, but out in the wild, too, where one wrong move can lead to trouble.
Publisher: New York : Rosen Central, c2003.
ISBN: 9780823936380
Characteristics: 64 p. :,col. ill. ;,23 cm.


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rushbury_valley Oct 21, 2011

Glamorizes the career of wildlife photography (part of a series on extreme careers). Not much re photography technique.

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