Getting Closer: Rediscovering Nature Through Bird Photography

Rediscovering Nature Through Bird Photography
 
 
Exisle Publishing
  • erscheint ca. am 13. Oktober 2020
 
  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • 144 Seiten
978-1-925820-63-8 (ISBN)
 
Getting Closer is a beautifully illustrated discussion of photography as a way of achieving greater intimacy with the natural world.

With a focus on birds, the book is directed primarily at photographers (of all levels of skill and experience), but also at birders, people interested in the outdoors, and those who would simply like to achieve a deeper connection with the natural world. The introduction makes the case for reconnecting with nature in a way that will draw in a wide range of readers, not just photographers. We have to reconnect, as most of us have lost the spontaneous bond with nature we enjoyed as young children and, in the face of impending ecological disaster, reconnecting with nature is our most urgent task.

The author offers a simple, practical path for readers to begin to 'rewild' themselves. This is the focus of the second part of the book, where the author explores ways of becoming attentive to the natural world around you, wherever you may live. Through self-contained spreads on topics ranging from 'the four seasons' and 'winds and tides' to 'flight shots' and 'colour and texture', he introduces basic, hands-on techniques that, with practice, will enable readers to both deeply connect with their environment and become proficient wildlife photographers. 'Top tips' on each spread provide technical information aimed at more serious photographers.
  • Englisch
  • Woolombi
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  • Australien
100 color illustrations
  • Höhe: 254 mm
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  • Breite: 254 mm
978-1-925820-63-8 (9781925820638)
Paul Sorrell has worked in the area of books and publishing since the 1980s, copy-editing, writing numerous articles for academic and popular journals and publishing four books about his home province of Otago, New Zealand, with Penguin Random House. He took up photography in the early 2000s, giving him a new form of creative engagement with his longstanding interest in wildlife and the natural world.

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