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John Shaw's Nature Photography Field Guide

ISBN-10: 0817440593
ISBN-13: 9780817440596
Edition: 2nd 2000 (Revised)
Authors: John Shaw
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Description: Covering every problem the nature photographer might encounter in the field, John Shaw offers his own approach to the challenges of on-the-spot nature photography, illustrated with his own full-colour images as examples.

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Book details

List price: $24.99
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony
Publication date: 10/1/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 160
Size: 8.28" wide x 10.99" long x 0.38" tall
Weight: 1.694
Language: English

Covering every problem the nature photographer might encounter in the field, John Shaw offers his own approach to the challenges of on-the-spot nature photography, illustrated with his own full-colour images as examples.

John Shaw has covered Congress since 1991 as a congressional correspondent and vice president with Market News International and as a contributing writer for The Washington Diplomat magazine. He is the author of The Ambassador: Inside the Life of a Working Diplomat and Washington Diplomacy: Profiles of People of World Influence. He has been a Hoover Institution Media Fellow and is a frequent commentator for C-SPAN and public radio.John T. Shaw has covered Congress since 1991 as a congressional correspondent and vice president with Market News International and as a contributing writer for the Washington Diplomat magazine. He is the author of The Ambassador: Inside the Life of a Working Diplomat and Washington Diplomacy: Profiles of People of World Influence. He has been a Hoover Institution Media Fellow and is a frequent commentator for C-SPAN and public radio.

Preface
Introduction: What Is There to Photograph?
Exposure
Basic Theory of Exposure
The Non-Metered Exposure: "Sunny f/16"
Depth of Field vs. Shutter Speed
Calibrating Your Meter
Using Your Camera's Exposure Meter
Metering Some Unusual Situations
Autoexposure
Multiple Exposures
Long Exposures and Reciprocity Failure
Equipment and Film
Buying a Camera System
Tripods and Tripod Heads
Film
Pushing Film
Specialized Support Products
Filters
Graduated Neutral-Density Filters
TTL Flash
Lenses
What Lenses Do
Zoom Lenses vs. Fixed-Focal-Length Lenses
Wide-Angle Lenses
Normal Lenses
Short Telephoto Lenses: 80-200mm
Long Lenses: 300mm and Up
Teleconverters
Autofocus
Composition
Learning to See Photo-Graphically
Lighting
Working a Subject
Vertical or Horizontal?
Framing and Placement
Closeups
Defining a Closeup
Working Distance and Background Control
Extension
Supplementary Lenses
Using Zoom Lenses for Closeups
Macro Lenses
Closeup Flash
Higher Magnifications
Closeup Procedures
Working in the Field
Blinds
Aerials
Weather Concerns
My Personal Field Gear
A Nature Photographer's Calendar: A Seasonal Guide to Locations
Index

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