Fearless Photographer: Travel from Course Technology PTR written by Marc Pagani teaches you how to take great pictures fearlessly while travelling.
Creative work of any kind requires a certain amount of fearlessness--the willingness to step out, both physically and emotionally, to explore new paths, and to take chances. This book is the perfect guide to have along as you test new limits, develop your photographic skills, and stretch yourself creatively in the art of travel photography. This comprehensive guide for the travel photographer focuses, of course, on techniques for getting great shots, but it also covers everything you'll need to know about travel photography, including selecting destinations and fitting into new cultures, choosing the best equipment to travel with, finding and shooting subjects that go beyond the cliche, staying organized, and storing your photos for later sharing. Author Marc Pagani has traveled in and photographed some of the most exciting locations in the world. He writes from a wealth of experience, and his enthusiasm is infectious. With Marc as your guide, you'll be inspired to seek out new experiences, take chances, and create unique, compelling images. This book is the ultimate resource for the adventurous, fearless travel photographer. Go for it. There's nothing to be afraid of.
About the Author:
Photographer, musician, educator, climber, and Ironman triathlete Marc Pagani has been creating award-winning photographic images since 1993. In addition to teaching photography and using it as a therapeutic tool in Chicago, he has built a successful and respected photography business in his home base of New Orleans. His work specializes in adventure travel, portraiture, live music, and lifestyle photography and has been featured online and in magazines and books, as well as on the walls of collectors and photo galleries. He has photographed a diverse range of people, cultures, and landscapes under water and on land in Southeast Asia and throughout South America, Central America, North America, Europe, and the Caribbean.