Creating quality images of wildlife requires three ingredients: the right equipment, some skill at using it, and the knowledge of a field naturalist. In this book, The Master Guide for Wildlife Photographers, Master Photographer Bill Silliker shows you how to use tracking calls, and blinds' strategies typically used by hunters to get close to animals' to get intimate portraits of wild subjects.
You'll discover how to adapt your technique to this unique environment, how to select the best approach for your intended subject, how to best compose the image, how to ensure your safety in the field and how to prepare for unexpected challenges!
About The Author: Bill Silliker is the author of several books, including Saving Maine (Down East Books), Just Eagles (Willow Creek Press), Just Loons, Second Edition (Willow Creek Press), Moose Watchers Handbook (R.L. Lemke), among others. He has had images published in Audubon, Backpacker, Discovery, Field & Stream,National Geographic Society, Nature Photographer, Outdoor Photographer, and many more.