Features: ⊙Over 200 images of 75 different species illustrate basic technical aspects and advanced creative techniques; ⊙In-depth, local knowledge of wildlife destinations and when to visit; ⊙Outlines what equipment is needed; ⊙Easy to understand explanations of exposure, aperture and shutter speed; ⊙Advice on composition and animal behaviour; ⊙How to capture birds in flight, create impressive panning shots and manage tricky lighting situations; ⊙Specialist chapters include mammals, birds, reptiles, black and white photography, macro and many more.
Steven Stockhall has a long-standing history in the safari industry in Botswana and is a well-recognised photographer and founder of Cameras for Conservation. Gain full insight into Steve's wildlife and photography knowledge with the book he co-authored with James Gifford. With essential hints and tips, this is a wonderful addition to the library of both serious and amateur wildlife photographers.
"A camera didn't make a great picture any more than a typewriter wrote a great novel." - Peter Adams