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How to Find (and Photograph) the Photo-scenics in Vermont Staple Bound – 2010
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A Photographer’s Paradise
Vermont is a special place—A photographer’ world of perfect compositions. Tiny picturesque villages with church steeples, quaint houses nestled in the valleys, old farmhouses with red barns on the rolling hills and meadows. Vermont is a countryside that changes color and character with every season.
Everywhere you look, you will see photo possibilities and each photo scenic should be visited again and again to catch the various moods, whims, lighting and designs of nature. All these ingredients add that extra touch for award-winning photographs on your first visit to “Photographers Paradise.”
This book plans your photographic day, to have you at the right photo-scenic at the right time of day for the best lighting condition. New mini color photo inserts and access to Vermont Photo Guide online are included.
“HOW TO FIND AND PHOTOGRAPH THE PHOTO-SCENICS IN VERMONT”
Seventy-five page softcover book that fits into your camera bag.
Detailed information on twenty iconic photo-scenics including:
Descriptions of each scene with detailed road maps that lead you to the photo scenic mile-by-mile, turn by turn.
Updated insert with GPS coordinates.
Tells you the best time of year to go and the best time of day to shoot.
Hints and tips for each location and guidance to plan your day to save time.
Tripod Hole Diagrams used to locate the exact spot to place your camera for the best compositions.
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The book tells you the best time of day, for the best lighting conditions to shoot each scene. There are unique birds eye, illustrated drawings, with Tripod Holes for the placement of your camera, to shoot each scene in the best composition. The many detailed maps help you get around easily and the hints and tips for each for each scene tells you what you need to shoot it as a prizewinner. Note: There are no photographs of the famous scenes as the author wants you to create your own prize-winning images. Don't go to Vermont without it.