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Shooting paddlers [electronic resource] : photographic adventures with canoeists, kayakers and rafters / Toni Harting.

By: Harting, Toni.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Toronto : Natural Heritage Books, c2000Description: 1 online resource (176 p.) : ill. (some col.).ISBN: 9781554882946 (electronic bk.); 155488294X (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Action photography | Photography of sports | Canoes and canoeing -- Pictorial works | Photographie d'action et de mouvement | Sports -- Photographie | Canotage -- Ouvrages illustr�es | PHOTOGRAPHY -- Subjects & Themes -- GeneralGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Shooting paddlers.DDC classification: 778.9/9797122 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Acknowledgments; Contents; Introduction; ON AND NEAR WATER; COLOUR; ON LAND; SKY AND WEATHER; EQUIPMENT; Index; Author.
Summary: Shooting Paddlers: Photographic Adventures With Canoeists, Kayakers and Rafters is the first book published anywhere designed to help all paddlers strengthen their ability to see, recognize and record meaningful images. It presents an original approach to the study of photography, concentrating on specific possibilities and problems unique to the paddling environment. Most of the 238 black-and-white and colour photographs are discussed through the presentation of one or several pictures on a page, each accompanied by an analysis that includes explanations, tips, recommendations and other usefu.
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Includes index.

Acknowledgments; Contents; Introduction; ON AND NEAR WATER; COLOUR; ON LAND; SKY AND WEATHER; EQUIPMENT; Index; Author.

Shooting Paddlers: Photographic Adventures With Canoeists, Kayakers and Rafters is the first book published anywhere designed to help all paddlers strengthen their ability to see, recognize and record meaningful images. It presents an original approach to the study of photography, concentrating on specific possibilities and problems unique to the paddling environment. Most of the 238 black-and-white and colour photographs are discussed through the presentation of one or several pictures on a page, each accompanied by an analysis that includes explanations, tips, recommendations and other usefu.

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