Photographers have a skill few possess. Photographs have power. They can be used to save wild places. Now your photos have a purpose and your camera has a cause.
This book is a call to action, providing the tools to become a conservation photographer and to help you save wilderness and wildlife everywhere. The author, a former nuclear physicist, has spent over four decades doing just that through his books, magazine articles, and lectures worldwide. He’s been credited with saving, through his photographs and personal activism, millions of acres of wilderness throughout the country and around the world.
This book will teach you how to: create images with the power to motivate others; find publications where your photographs have the most impact; work with conservation organizations; use video as an adjunct to your photos; make the best use of lenses; keep your images organized, usable, and safe; deal with the good, the bad, and the ugly; and more.