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Chapter 3. Capturing Nature

IN THIS CHAPTER:

14 Shoot a Landscape

15 Capture a Distant Subject

16 Capture a Sunrise or Sunset

17 Take a Picture by Moonlight

18 Capture a Close-Up (Macro) Image

19 Photograph Zoo Animals

20 Photograph Birds

21 Capture a Snowy or Sandy Scene

22 Capture Woods or Deep-Shadow Scenes

23 Capture Fireworks

Opportunities for great photos abound in nature. There, you can find endless vistas, quiet pockets of solitude, and small discoveries. You will also find a variety of tough lighting conditions and other elements beyond your control. The keys to great nature photography are to always have your camera ready, to think about what you want to say with the picture, and to adjust camera settings or your position to deal with the ever-changing source of light. In this chapter, you'll learn how to meet the challenges thrown at you by Mother Nature, and to create photographs that remind you of why you stopped to look in the first place.


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