Rick Sammon's Travel and Nature Photography
Go on location around the globe to learn the techniques that professional photographers use to make great photographs.
Whether traveling with family or friends, for pleasure or for business, more of us tote cameras along than ever before. Rick Sammon guides us through dozens of different shooting situations from action shots to portraits, from aerials to zoos, from low light to bright light, from landscape to cityscape, from close-up to panorama, from silhouettes to sense of depth.
The book features how-to tips from a photographer who has traveled to over fifty countries, from photographing seals under the ice in Siberia's Lake Baikal to monarch butterflies on Mexican mountaintops. Sammon's thematically organized excursions take the reader to Vietnam, Kampuchea, Guatemala, India, Alaska, Singapore, Maine, Texas, New York City, Las Vegas, Botswana, the Caribbean, and the American Southwest, among many other locations.
- May 2006
- 8 × 10 in
/ 320 pages
- Territory Rights: Worldwide
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