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For more than 100 years the name National Geographic has been synonymous with excellence in photography. Some of the finest photographers in the world have traveled the globe capturing memorable images for the pages of the Society's magazines and publications. Now you can learn how National Geographic photographers make those outstanding pictures in this remarkable guidebook.
National Geographic Contributing Photographer Robert Caputo shares his secrets to making great travel photographs in this engaging and informative guide.
Hoe to capture a sense of place
Tips for getting the most out of short or long trips
What equipment to use to get best results
How to turn your snapshots into professional-looking travel photographs
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For more than a century, "National Geographic" photographers have traveled the globe capturing stunning images of all cultures and landscapes. Now photographer Bob Caputo reveals secrets of the trade and shows readers how to improve their own travel photographs.
About the Author
Bob Caputo is a freelance photographer and writer and co-author with Peter Burian of the comprehensive National Geographic Photography Field Guide as well as the solo author for the Photography Field Guides on People and Portraits and Landscapes. He is also author of the children's books, Hyena Day and More Than Just Pets, and the adult photography books, Journey Up The Nile and Kenya Journal. Since 1980 he has written about and photographed Africa, South America, and Asia on a regular basis for National Geographic Magazine. His films include National Geographic's Zaire River Journey and TNT's Glory and Honor.