The Traveling Photographer

Author: Sandra Petrowitz
Editor: Rocky Nook, Inc.
ISBN: 1492001171
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Traveling and photography is a perfect match, but photographers are often disappointed that their images fail to meet the quality of their artistic aspirations. This book combines theoretical information, practical advice, and helpful suggestions for taking better pictures while traveling, whether you are on a local trip, enjoying your annual summer vacation or exploring a more exotic, remote destination. This book includes descriptions for how to carefully compose photos, avoid common mistakes, and achieve a unique perception of places that have been photographed many times before. Beautifully illustrated with photographs from all over the world, this guide will help you find your personal point of view, which will lead to exceptional travel photos.

The Traveling Photographer Dubai

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Photographer and Strobist publisher David Hobby explores what to see, eat, and shoot in Dubai, the ultramodern crown jewel of the United Arab Emirates.

The Traveling Photographer Paris

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Paris: the city of love and light. On this leg of The Traveling Photographer, Strobist.com founder David Hobby explores the best of what Paris has to offer, from Montparnasse and the Eiffel Tower to the city's famous museums and street cafés. He also covers logistics for the photographer on the move, and tips for getting the most out of the "magic hour." This city-specific vignette will help make Paris much more accessible, productive, and enjoyable to the first-time photo traveler. To make sure you're getting the most from this course and every other destination David visits, make sure to watch The Traveling Photographer: Fundamentals.

Spirit Of Place

Author: Bob Krist
Editor: Watson-Guptill Publications
ISBN: 9780817458942
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The natural synergy between photography and travel is explored in these exquisite, lavishly illustrated, and instructive pages that demonstrate how artful camera use can record the true spirit of a place. On this thrilling worldwide tour, the author shows traveling nonprofessional photographers how to bring home memorable pictures of people, festivals, wildlife, architecture—even aerial and underwater shots. Directions are detailed for composing landscapes with a variety of lenses, working in both natural and artificial lilght. Valuable tips tell how to pack and carry photo equipment, deal with airport and hotel security, and prepare for various locations and weather conditions.

The Traveling Nature Photographer

Author: Steven Morello
Editor: Schiffer Pub Limited
ISBN: 9780764330551
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This detailed reference is designed to prepare readers for photographic adventures in the wild. Whether planning a major safari to the savannahs of Africa or a simple trip to a local park, you will find the tools needed to create professional-quality images. Learn how to choose lenses, photograph local people, and join a tour or go alone. This is mandatory reading for anyone who is planning to photograph the natural world. Over 220 color photos provide examples of stunning nature photography and the text identifies the equipment used to capture them.

Felix Alexander Oppenheim A Traveling Photographer In Athens In 1853

Author: Miriam Szwast
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ISBN: 9783982148038
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Digital Travel Photography

Author: Alex Chow
Editor: Alex Chow
ISBN: 0981321100
File Size: 60,56 MB
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Chow examines the ingredients of effective photography--the style, techniques, and subjects that make compelling pictures. He shares some approaches for discovering the world's cities and people through photography.

Travel Photography

Author: Time-Life Books
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Tips for the photographer who takes photos of his travels.

The Traveler S Eye

Author: Lisl Dennis
Editor: Clarkson Potter Publishers
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Missed opportunities are a photographer's nightmare -- especially when faced with the once-in-a-lifetime sights of a trip away from home. Whether it's the horde of tourists crowding that brilliant shot of the cathedral, the charming old man who refuses to give a smile, or the safari that results in a few too many pictures of empty sky, travel photography can be daunting for both beginners and the experienced alike. In The Traveler's Eye, Lisl Dennis clearly explains how to overcome these challenges to capture on film or video the essence of your travel experiences. As an award-winning photographer and an experienced teacher of travel photography, Dennis understands the many dilemmas that arise when wielding a camera on foreign territory. Is there any way to take a novel approach to such overexposed sites as the Eiffel Tower, the Taj Mahal, or the Golden Gate Bridge? How can the serendipities of light and background be manipulated to create lively portraits? How can one handle requests made by potential subjects for tips? And what about buying and packing lenses, a tripod, film, and flashes for a safari versus a city trip? To these and many other questions, Lisl Dennis brings the insights, experiences, and practical tips gained over her thirty years as a travel photographer. She offers not only fascinating information about the craft and art of photography but also eye-opening explanations of how she took the extraordinary photographs that illustrate her book. For everyone traveling with a camera, The Traveler's Eye is a stunning guide to getting truly memorable videos and photographs of any excursion, near or far.

Travel Photography

Author: Lou Jones
Editor: Gulf Professional Publishing
ISBN: 9780240808154
File Size: 19,95 MB
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Combined with anecdotes that demonstrate how to solve both typical and unique problems of camera equipment, lighting, and language barriers, this ambitious book showcases the imagination, personal vision, and the technology needed to take creative pictures around the world. Travel photography is a specialty of its own, and money, health, and language are the topics that lead to the biggest mistakes and problems for photographers while on the road. Lou Jones offers up his years of on-the-road experience. The book is image driven and inspirational while maintaining the essential "how-to" material. The landscape design allows for larger pictures that make this book a must have! * Beautifully illustrated with over 600 color photographs in a stunning landscape format * Written in response to all the questions Lou Jones has received over the years as an American Photo Magazine trek leader * Full of sidebars and "how I got the shot" anecdotes

The Traveling Photographer

Author: Ann Purcell
Editor: Amphoto Books
ISBN: 9780817462017
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An indispensable guide to the preparation, shooting, and selling of travel and adventure photographs, this book covers basic equipment, techniques and advice for shots and locations, how to get assignments, and how to organize photographs. 200 full-color illustrations.

How To Get The Best Travel Photographs

Author: Fredrik D. Bodin
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Traveling Light

Author: Peter Osborne
Editor: Manchester University Press
ISBN: 9780719044014
File Size: 25,29 MB
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This is a thoroughly illustrated study of the close and continuous relationship between two of modern culture’s central phenomena: the photographic image and travel. Contributing to the growing literature of travel and its representations, the book argues that from its beginnings, photography has played a constitutive role in the formation of travel--comparable in importance to its part in the portrayal of social identity. It shows how, in turn, travel has shaped the use and language of all types of photographic production.

Collector S Guide To 19th Century U S Traveling Photographers

Author: Robert Oliver Brown
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Photo Trekking

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Editor: Amphoto
ISBN: 0817432809
File Size: 49,95 MB
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Pursue your photography passion. See the world. Professional photographer Nick Onken leads you on a global adventure in this behind-the-scenes guide to the new generation of travel photography. Get an insider's guide on every step of the journey: > Break into the travel photography industry > Prepare for a successful trip > Shoot great pictures on location > Build your business and brand Photo Trekking shows you how to hit the ground running, shoot from the heart, and get inspired by your surroundings, wherever your travels take you.

Travel Photography

Author: Lisl Dennis
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Photography Demystified

Author: David McKay
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ISBN: 9781684199112
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Photography Demystified--Your Guide to the World of Travel Photography--How to Explore, See, and Photograph the World is a book written for those that love to travel, explore, adventure, and photograph. Many photographers wanting to embark on a photographic adventure are not sure where exactly to begin. Often they find themselves asking not only photography technique questions but also seeking practical advice--How should I pack my gear? What's the best way to take my cameras and equipment on an airplane safely? What about getting through security in a foreign country, how does that work? And other questions related to traveling and carrying photography equipment. Photography Demystified--Your Guide to the World of Travel Photography--How to Explore, See, and Photograph the World is a dedicated to giving you practical advice, so you can get the most out of your travel photography experience. This book will help you and your gear get to your destination/s practically and safely. I present what I have learned through years of travel and leading photographic tours. Additionally, the travel photographer will receive specific insight into creating photographs of their travels that are both stunning and captivating, in terms of the stories they tell. Along with my wife, Ally, I own McKay Photography Academy. I have taught over 12 thousand people, just like you, photography. For the past five years, I have also led hundreds of beginning photographers and photo enthusiasts on photographic tours around the world--to Cuba, Europe, Tanzania, and Iceland--among many other places. With that experience, I am able to bring you knowledge that sometimes I have had to learn the hard way. These insights alone will save you hours of frustration and will help to make sure your photographic travel experiences live up to everything you dream of. Having earned the titles of Master of Photography and Master of Photographic Craftsmen from Professional Photographers of America, the leading photography organization in the world, I have been a full-time professional photographer for over twenty-nine years and am passionate about teaching others how to achieve great results in their photography. My heart's aim is to see that everyone can enjoy photography and to take the frustration out of the process! The photographic education, tips, and travel knowledge you are about to read are proven methods to help people create the finest photographs of their travels. Take control of your photographic journey right now, make it productive, and enjoy the results of capturing the travel photographs you always dreamed of. For those that have not yet read my first two international best-selling books in the Photography Demystified series, I would highly recommend doing so, unless you already have a firm grasp of manual settings and an understanding of light. Even if you do, I believe there is some valuable information for everyone and all levels of photographers in those first two books. While my first two books are by no means required in order to enjoy and gain valuable knowledge from this book, you will get the most out of this third book in the series, and in your travel photography, by understanding how to use manual settings on your camera system as well as other aspects of photography, such as working with light, that are foundational to creating amazing photographs. These are all taught in my first book Photography Demystified--Your Guide to Gaining Creative Control and Taking Amazing Photographs. It is my sincere hope that after reading this book as well as my others, you once again feel my passion for travel and photography, become more confident in your abilities, and are ready more than ever before to create amazing photographs of your journey!

Popular Photography

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