Butterfly Photographer's Handbook

Butterfly Photographer's Handbook

LEARN TO FIND, APPROACH, AND PHOTOGRAPH THESE BEAUTIFUL CREATURES

Taking stunning photographs of butterflies involves an understanding of the butterfly and its behavior, technical knowledge of photography, good camera equipment, patience, and lots of practice. Fortunately, author and photographer William Folsom has done alot of the hard work for you.

In this unique book, Folsom presents a field-guide quality look at the baits and habitats of North American butterflies. You'll get tips for locating your subject and determining the best times to photograph butterflies. You'll also learn how to approach butterflies to ensure the closest, most spectacular, detailed images.

With the information and techniques collected in this book, you can skip years of trial and error and head into the field with a lot more confidence—and come home with better images.


FEATURES:

• Understanding butterfly anatomy and behavior

• Where and when to find butterflies—whether you're in a park, on a drive through the country, or sitting in your own backyard

• Tips for approaching butterflies without startling them

• Selecting the right lenses and lens accessories for butterfly photography

• Lighting tips for natural-light and flash photography

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
William B. Folsom is the resident photographer for Meadowlark Botanical Gardens and a photography instructor. He is the author of Event Photography Handbook and Art and Science of Butterfly Photography. He lives in McClean, Virginia.

SPECS: 8.5 X 11, paperback, 175 color images, 128 pgs. ISBN13: 978-1-58428-247-1

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