Unfurling along the North Carolina coast like a 130 mile long ribbon of sand, the Outer Banks are one of the premier photography destinations along the eastern seaboard. From wild horses to lighthouses and egret rookeries to windswept white sandy beaches, the photographic opportunities on the Outer Banks are almost legendary. In this truly one of a kind guide strictly for photographers, Jared Lloyd weaves together everything you ever wanted to know about where to photograph on the Outer Banks.
The Photographer’s Guide to the Outer Banks is like no other guide book available. Written for both the landscape and wildlife photographer, this book goes beyond the classic photo ops and reveals the best-kept location secrets on the Outer Banks.
With detailed discussions on each of the primary types of light, how they apply to wildlife photography and even how they apply to specific species of wildlife, no other books of this nature have ever been written. Packed full of examples, the stories behind them, and detailed exposure information, this ebook was written for every level of wildlife photographer looking to go beyond taking snapshots and begin creating works of art.
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