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Book Review - Outdoor Photography

Book cover - Outdoor PhotographyTaking photographs in the great outdoors is never as easy as it seems. The wonderful panorama laid out before you looks beautiful yet when the film is developed you get a sinking feeling as the result does little justice to the real thing.

This manual looks at "landscape, action and wildlife photography for the outdoor enthusiast" and is full of tips, tricks and straightforward advice on how to get the best from your photography.

Well illustrated, the book takes the reader beyond the "point and shoot" concept with practical advice on photography in a variety of conditions from day walks in the hills to longer expeditions in wilder country.

"A great start for improving your photography ...."

Published by Cicerone. 171pp. Softback. £12.00

Review date - 9th April 2003 - Reviewed by LJ

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