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Nothing is more paramount than understanding the nuances of light in all of its many forms when it comes to wildlife photography. This ebook, all 111 pages, stands as the only of its kind dives headfirst into what is unarguably the most important aspect of photography. This book is everything you have ever wanted to know about light and how to exploit it in order to take your wildlife photography to the next level.
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 has 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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Kiliii Yuyan a professional photographer for National Geographic and paying Journal subscriber explains it .
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