Local characters, architecture, wildlife, landscapes, sumptuous feasts, markets…
All the incredible things that you see while travelling that are so vibrant while you’re there… often don’t look quite as resplendent in the photos we take to preserve them in our memories.
That’s all about to change. Capture the essence of your wanderings like a pro using the Lonely Planet Guide to Travel Photography.
First you’ll learn about the different elements of digital photography and camera gear – saturation, white balance, temperature, lenses and more. There’s plenty of information to help you pick the right camera too (if you haven’t already).
Next you learn all the less technical tips, about maximising the moment, telling a story and composition. There’s even info about shooting from unusual places like a hot air balloon! Finally, you’ll find detailed advice for shooting the various aspects of travel, food+drink, people, wildlife and more.
And after you’ve come home, and seen all your amazing photos – have another look at the book. It then tells you how to make money from your photos. Perfect for funding your next great adventure!
Paperback – 376 pages.
- Fifth edition.
Features four major sections with plenty of chapters in between – Getting Started, The Art of Photography, The Subjects and Back At Home.
Incredibly comprehensive – teaches you everything from aperture and exposure to photographing a bird in flight.
Helps you choose the right gear.
Advice for making money from your photos.
Includes an introduction, glossary and index.
Dimensions: 21 x 16.5 x 2cm.