Book National Geographic The secrets of photography: Birds

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National Geographic The secrets of photography: Birds
  • Every year hundreds of people go to protected areas to watch and photograph birds in their natural habitat, and each year the number of these people is rising. The name of the new hobby is a quick-hitting
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Every year, hundreds of people head to the protected areas to observe and photograph birds in their natural habitat, and every year the number of these people increases.

The name of the new hobby is wakeboarding, and avid amateur birdwatchers are also called wakeboarders. In this new book from the series "Secrets of Photography" by Egmont Bulgaria - "Birds" - a beginner will find rich and useful information about the peculiarities of this type of photography and incredible photo material. The authors will tell you the secrets of your craft: what films and what lenses to use;

when is it best to shoot; how to make feeders yourself

and shelters; and how to shoot birds during courtship, nesting

or in flight. You have yet to learn something very important - how to touch the bird world without becoming an intruder ...

how to "catch" a bird without becoming a hunter!

Famous photographers Rolon Simmons and Bates Littleheiles will tell you:

What kind of camera equipment and specialized equipment do you need to take good pictures of birds

How to get close to the birds without breaking their peace

What opportunities do the individual moments of the day, the seasons and the unfavorable natural conditions give you

How to diversify the background of your photos and make irreverent shots in your backyard



Author: Michael Freeman
Publisher: Egmont
Year: 2006
Pages: 140
Covers: paperback
Weight: 185 grams
Dimensions: 20x13
ISBN: ...