Photographing Yellowstone National Park: Where to Find Perfect Shots and How to Take Them (The Photographer's Guide)
Expert photography advice the author provided to visitors to Yellowstone when he served there as the Kodak Ambassador in Yellowstone National Park. This guide is designed to allow the average visitor to comfortably manage the vast abundance of subjects within Yellowstone National Park and to answer the crucial questions of what is worth photographing and how to do that in a way that will result in postcard-perfect photos of the park's landscapes and wildlife. An appendix provides a suggested itinerary to plan a visit to each district. No park visitor should be without it.
Closer to Home and Farther Afield
Closer to Home and Farther Afield is a lavish portfolio of landscape, wildlife, and macro images, from the north woods, the Boreal Atlantic coast, as well as destinations farther afield. In over 150 images, you'll experience the grandeur of New England's fall foliage, be thrilled by close encounters with moose and owls and bears and bobcats and whales, and find yourself transfixed before magnificent waterfalls, dazzling sunrises, and breathtaking landscapes from frozen wilderness to steamy glacial bogs inhabited by meat-eating plants! The lion's share of images in this book come from Gustav and Rob's home ground: Northeastern U.S., Southern Quebec, and the Maritime provinces. If you live in the Northeast (or wish you did!), if you appreciate superb nature photography and find fulfilment in the natural world, or if you simply want to own a collection of some of the finest images of nature taken by two of the Northeast's foremost nature photographers, this book belongs in your library.
Where It's At, Man - The Memoirs of a New England Nature Photographer
Professional nature photographer, Gustav W. Verderber, takes us on his introspective journey along a road less traveled to being one of New Englands top nature photographers. Always with a view toward finding himself in the right place at the right time, i.e., to be "where it's at", his unique adventures have him picking up dead bodies in Maine, crossing paths with Johnny Cash, and photographing his own wedding, that is, when he's not in the field photographing sharks, moose, or the core of our galaxy.
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