Travel Photographer’s Handbook

NZ$28.00

All prices in NZ$ and include 15% GST for NZ customers.

Practical, indispensable guide to travel photography for your tablet or smartphone. Crammed full of up-to-date information and hot tips from one of photography’s leading authors.

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Not sure what to pack on your trip?

Want to know how to photograph people?

Want top tips in a simple form?

Your answers are here!

Travel Photographer’s Handbook is an amazingly rich e-book, packed with 47,000 words of solid information spread over 160 pages.

Solid information. No nonsense. No padding. Covers ground other books don’t go near.

Covering everything from expedition planning for photography, equipment choice, legal issues, basic photo-technique, work-flow and even safety in the field.

It’s all in here, in a form perfect for use in the field – pack it into any tablet or smartphone able to read PDF.

It’s written for the complete beginner about to embark on a major travel or journey.

But it’s also packed with tips and reminders that will be useful to the more experienced photographer.

Illustrated with numerous photos.

Appearances may be deceptive: this one looks little, but it’s probably the most comprehensive single source on the subject!

At only NZ$ 28 (about US$ 20) it’s a steal for a vast amount of authoritative information, hints and tips.

All the information you need: easy to understand, and no fluff!

Currently available in PDF for easy reading on a tablet. If you’d like a different format, contact me for options.

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Easy to understand. Totally practical and handy.

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Packed with information. All up to date.

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Buy now, and start using to help your photography!

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Currently available in PDF for easy reading on a tablet. If you’d like a different format, contact me for options.

 

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