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The Photographer's Guide to Yosemite Paperback – November 1, 2000
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You can also plan you photography activities around the Yosemite with the help of this book and make the best out of your Yosemite trips.
I have been to Yosemite more than 6 or 7 time times. I have another trip this weekend. I really wish I have bought this book years ago.
This is one of the best $10 I have spent. I highly recommend this book before you visit Yosemite.
I actually received the book from Amazon on 6/4/2010. Went to Yosemite on 6/6/2010 and I am back now. I'm so glad to share with you that the information for this book is SO ACCURATE. I went to Bridalveil Fall at the time the book suggested, 1 to 3 hours before sunset, in order to see the rainbow in the fall. When I walked toward the fall from the parking lot, there was another photographer also walking toward the fall. I told him the book said there should be a rainbow in the base of the fall. When we got closer, there indeed was a rainbow. The book also said the rainbow will move higher as the sun gets lower. I waited another hour, and the rainbow did get higher. I finally decided to go to the rainbow (hesitated in the beginning since everyone came out there wet.) And that's the best rainbow I ever see in my life. The rainbow was so bright and vivid and it ended just 10 feet right in front of my feet. What a day and what a rainbow! There was another lady who standing in the water (from the fall), refusing to leave while waiting for her husband to get her camera.
(BTW, if you want to take a photo of that rainbow, you need something to protect your camera and lenses.)
I highly recommend this book if you will visit Yosemite National Park and like to take good photos. Buy and read it before the trip.