The Beginner’s Guide to Photographing Birds: Essential Techniques for Hobbyists and Bird Lovers


Available for Pre-order. Due December 2022.
The Beginner’s Guide to Photographing Birds: Essential Techniques for Hobbyists and Bird Lovers Author: Format: Paperback / softback First Published: Published By: Rocky Nook
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Pages: 240 Language: English ISBN: 9781681989358 Categories: , , ,

Whether you’re a dedicated and serious birder, a hobbyist bird watcher, or simply a lover of nature, getting great photos of birds is at the top of the list for bird lovers of all kinds. In this book, professional photographer Rosl Rossner teaches you all of her techniques, tips, and tricks for capturing fantastic bird photographs. Starting with the gear you’ll need, Rossner discusses cameras, tripods, lenses, and more. She then moves on to finding the birds you want to photograph. While this includes locations out in the wild, she also covers zoos, parks, sanctuaries, and other easily accessible spots-which are especially great for beginning bird photographers. Rossner then thoroughly covers the camera and shooting techniques you need to know, including key lessons on exposure, composition, focus, and sharpness. Regardless of the quality of the light (front light, side light, etc.) or the season you’re shooting in (rain, snow, fog), Rossner’s got you covered. In the final part of the book, Rossner takes you behind the scenes of 25 unique bird photographs, telling you how the image came about, plus any specific tips and tricks that were used to create the image. Featuring birds from around the world, The Beginner’s Guide to Photographing Birds is a beautiful, helpful, and accessible guide for anyone getting started in bird photography.

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Author Biography

Rosl Rossner is an enthusiastic bird photographer and falconer who has been teaching and sharing her knowledge in photography workshops for many years. Her pictures stand out because they are not only technically perfect, but always aim to show the bird as a personality and an individual. Stirring emotions is the goal of her photographic work. See more of her work at her website