This book shows you how create stunning photos using a digital camera. We explore background through thirty-nine wildlife photos that I captured: bokeh and blur, using contrasting colors and avoiding clutter, changing the angle and view, distant trees and circles of light, and more.
I take almost 40,000 wildlife photos each spring and summer, and I include some of my best pics to illustrate how I choose the background for my subjects.Photos: yellow garden spider, flower, fountain grass, thorns, spider and its web, red saddlebags dragonfly, red roses, leaf, eastern tiger swallowtail butterfly, cloudless sulphur butterfly, painted lady butterfly, Spanish moss, skipper, yellow rose, water drop, robber fly, Halloween pennant butterfly, dandelion, jumping spider, bee fly, grasshopper, ant, thread-waisted wasp, katydid, wildflower, orchard orb-weaver spider, hover fly, damselfly, cucumber beetle, sharpshooter leafhopper, summer azure blue butterfly, earwig, and more.This book is part of a series I created to show wildlife enthusiasts how to use a digital camera:How to Use a Digital Camera - CompositionHow to Use a Digital Camera - LightingHow to Use a Digital Camera - Background and BokehHow to Use a Digital Camera - Depth of FieldHow to Use a Digital Camera - 20 Simple GuidelinesHow to Use a Digital Camera - 25 Secrets to SuccessHow to Use a Digital Camera - Macrophotography and Insects
Series: Photography Guide for Beginners (Book 3)
Paperback: 45 pages Publisher: Independently published (October 15, 2019) Language: English ISBN-10: 1700029762 ISBN-13: 978-1700029768 Shipping Weight: 5.1 ounces ()