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Book: Travel and Photography (1st Edition) details the imagination, personal vision, and the technology needed to take creative pictures around the world. This book is filled with anecdotes that demonstrate how to solve both typical and unique problems of camera equipment, lighting, and language barriers. Learn that money, health, cultural and language barriers lead to the biggest mistakes and problems for photographers while on the road.
In this beautifully illustrated book, Lou Jones offers up his years of on-the-road experience for you. He teaches you to find examples that will reveal the secrets, debunk the myths, and explore the romance of traveling with a camera. It was written in response to all the questions Lou Jones has received over the years, as an American Photo Magazine trek leader. Whether you are a professional photographer, or a serious amateur, this book is a must have if you travel with a camera.
Table of Contents
Introduction Equipment Film Lighting Clothing What to Photograph Research Editing Security Health Transportation Language Money Clothing Ten Commandments of Travel Photography
About the Author
Lou Jones is a Boston-based freelance fine art and commercial photographer. He is an American Photo Magazine trek leader; past clients include National Geographic, People Magazine, and IBM.
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Type of Media
August 10, 2006
Number of Pages
9.2 x 6.1" / 23.4 x 15.6 cm
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