Granny’s Clan by Sally Hodson, PhD, is about orcas (killer whales) in the Pacific Northwest. Nature’s Patchwork Quilt by Mary Miche creates a metaphor for nature that is a quilt. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Photograph of cygnets on a Loch in the Scottish Highlands on Loch Scarmclate, a site of Scientific Interest, Caithness, Scotland.
In the first eBook published by Camera Labs, discover the techniques behind capturing great wildlife photos.
The Art of Wildlife Photography consists of 70 pages split into sections dedicated to photographing birds, small animals, large animals, insects, marine wildlife and urban wildlife. In the final section he covers the choice of equipment, how to cope with different weather conditions, and ensuring your safety along with that of the subjects you're photographing. Photographing Small Animals: Techniques you should use for smaller animals, amphibians and reptiles.
Photographing Large Animals: The best approaches for larger animals including bears and ungulates, herds and predators.


Photographing Insects: How to take great photos of insects including butterflies and shooting at exhibitions. Photographing Marine Wildlife: The practicalities of photographing surface and underwater life.
Photographing Urban Wildlife: Making the most of wildlife opportunities closer to home, including backyard, zoo and national parks. There have been many books written in the past on wildlife photography with the majority focusing on camera gear and the settings required. From the beginning of the book when Granny helps her great-grandchild reach the surface to take its first breath to the end of the book when the matriarch sings songs to her whole clan that has gathered, the story follows her family as they go about their day. She stitches together various ecological concepts like food chains, habitats, adaptations and biodiversity into a nonfiction read probably best for upper elementary school students.
Mike Kiss is an expert wildlife photographer based in Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada, and in this eBook explains how to approach and photograph different types of animals, birds and marine life while always respecting the environment. In each section Mike explains the challenges of getting great images with the minimum environmental impact and takes you behind the scenes of his excursions and shoots. Throughout you'll see over 100 of Mike's photos making this a great eBook for anyone interested in becoming a better wildlife photographer, or who simply enjoys natural beauty.


Throughout the book, realistic patchwork illustrations by Consie Powell visually demonstrate how nature really is like a quilt.
England 2693778), are paid under Gift Aid to the RSPB (registered charity England & Wales no. That being the interactions with wildlife and how to get into positions which will get you the best shots possible, because let’s face it, you can be the best photographer in the world but if you do not understand the environment you are in or the habits of the species you are after you will rarely get into a position to get the shots you want.
I think after reading this book, kids would love to imagine what it would be like to see these whales in the wild. It dispels the myths and tells you everything you need to know about how to combine wonderful wildlife with all the other things a garden should be. Whether your garden is large or small, formal or football pitch, the book contains the inspiration that will reap great rewards for you and for wildlife.



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