DescriptionPhotojournalist Joel Sartori is one of the leading photographers at National Geographic. Among its sites are gray wolves and grizzly bears, the Madidi National Park in Bolivia and the wild expanses of Pantanal in Brazil. But Sartori's largest and most valuable archive is the vast collection of photographs he has made for his family over the last 20 years. On the pages of this book, he shows some of his best shots and shares how he did them. With the help of photographer and writer John Healy, he exposes to you the basics of photography and shows how he has applied the guiding principles in each of the frames in this book.
Other topics covered are how to choose a camera, how to create a comfortable archive and how to get the best prints and create projects for you and your loved ones.
A book of tips has never been issued - full of high quality pictures and detailed information that anyone can master. "Family Photos" is unique in its usefulness and an indispensable guide for family and friends.