This comprehensive guide details fundamental techniques and concepts outdoor photographers need to know. Building on the basic foundations of photography, case studies, and over twenty years of experience, authors Jerry and Marcy Monkman explore the full process of outdoor photography—from packing and taking care of gear, to setting up and taking great shots, to processing photos in the digital darkroom. Crisp, large, full-color photographs pair with seasoned tips and advice to comprise a must-have guide for anyone interested in outdoor nature and adventure photography.
Winner, 2012 National Outdoor Book Award
|Author||Jerry Monkman, Marcy Monkman|
|About the Author||Jerry and Marcy Monkman photograph wild places in North America for their business, EcoPhotography. They live in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.|
|Publisher||Appalachian Mountain Club Books|
|Edition||1st Edition (November 15, 2011)|
|Dimensions||0.4 x 8 x 10 inches, 192 pages|