Lonely Planet's Guide to Travel Photography Return from your travels with the pictures you've always wanted! In this fourth edition of Lonely Planet's best-selling Travel Photography, internationally renowned travel photographer Richard I'Anson shows you how to avoid common photography mistakes and to develop your compositional and technical skills as a photographer. It's full of practical exercises and examples to hone the tips and techniques outlined in the text, and stunning travel photographs throughout will inspire you on your journey. This jargon-free guide is a comprehensive look at all aspects of travel photography, from the gear needed while on the road to the software and hardware required to store and process your images back at home, to the low-down on assessing, displaying and even earning money with your photographs. Fully updated for the digital photographer Everything you need to know to sell your travel photographs New section on the art of travel photography - how to capture that perfect moment in time Covers all camera technologies, from working with fi lm to taking the best possible pictures on your camera phone Gorgeous double-page photo spreads give insight into the story behind the picture A clear and succinct technical manual to improving your travel photography. - The Observer (UK) Bright, inspiring and jargon-free, I'Anson's compact guide takes the mystery out of controlling a camera. - New Zealand HeraldI take the same gear on every trip and it consists of the following items: Two Canon EOS 5D MkIII DSLR camera bodies Canon EF 24a70mm f2.8 L USM zoom lens Canon EF 70a200mm f2.8 L USM image stabiliser lens Canon 300mm f4 Lanbsp;...
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