eBook: The Guide to Tropical Nature Photography
Authors: Glenn Bartley & Greg Basco
Successful tropical nature photography is all about having a diverse photographic toolkit so you are ready to deal with each shot’s technical challenges and can free your mind for the artistic side of your photography. This ebook takes you through the equipment you’ll need, and teaches you how to use it. And it gives you tips on finding your subjects and “seeing” images in the field so that you can produce a beautiful and colorful tropical portfolio. What’s more, the techniques you learn here will open up whole new worlds for your photography both back home and on future travels.
Topics covered include the following:
Exposure strategies for natural light.
Auto-focus and other settings for shooting wildlife.
Beginning and advanced flash techniques.
Sharpness, exposure, and depth of field concerns for tropical landscapes.
Natural history tips to help you find great subjects.
Gear recommendations and post-processing tips.
377 page Digital PDF eBook Download
About the Author: Glenn Bartley is a professional nature photographer from British Columbia, Canada. He focuses his efforts on capturing intimate images of birds in their natural habitat. Glenn is especially known for his portraits of rare and difficult to photograph birds from the Neotropical Region and for his portfolio of hummingbird images.
About the Author: Greg Basco is a resident Costa Rican professional nature photographer and environmentalist who enjoys a working relationship with Canon. He is a BBC/Veolia Wildlife Photographer of the Year and Nature’s Best Windland Smith Rice prizewinner, and his photos have been published by National Geographic, Outdoor Photographer, Newsweek, and other magazines and have been used in many books,public exhibits, calendars, and other projects. Greg’s latest work in progress is a coffee table book of artistic photos of Costa Rica’s natural world.