Wildlife Photography is both a technical as well as personal exploration of the world of nature photography. From hunting for lions to high altitude photography, George Lepp and his wife, both respected wildlife and outdoor shooters, show you how to get the shots that make memories. But this is not just a storytelling adventure. You'll get technical information about how to improve your shooting as well as learning the ins and out of wildlife shooting.
About the Author:
George Lepp is one of North America's best-known contemporary outdoor and nature photographers. His images have appeared in some of the world's most widely viewed venues, including National Wildlife, Time, Newsweek, and the New Yorker; at prestigious galleries and museums; and at the corporate headquarters of Canon USA, Eastman Kodak, and Epson America. He was chosen by Canon USA as one of the first members of its Explorers of Light program, and is a Canon Print Master. Lepp is also the field editor of PCPhoto and Outdoor Photographer, where he has a monthly column. His many awards include the prestigious Progress Award, the highest given by the Photographic Society of America.
Kathryn Vincent Lepp has authored and edited books and articles on a wide variety of topics, including U.S.-Mexico relations, Mexican history, environmental issues, and the law.