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The Traveler's Eye: A Guide to Still and Video Travel Photography Hardcover – March 19, 1996
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Celebrated photographer Lisl Dennis reveals the secrets to capturing the true spirit of a faraway place in stunning travel photographs and videos. Filled with glorious color photographs from around the world, The Traveler's Eye offers insider's tips to getting those unforgettable images: how to remedy or avoid the tourist cliches; creative approaches to landscapes, landmarks, and portraits full of character; what equipment to buy and bring along; how to get your film safely through airport X-rays; and much more. Whether you're exploring Montana or Morocco, The Traveler's Eye is the essential guide to bringing your memories beautifully back home.
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tunities are a photographer's nightmare -- especially when faced with the once-in-a-lifetime sights of a trip away from home. Whether it's the horde of tourists crowding that brilliant shot of the cathedral, the charming old man who refuses to give a smile, or the safari that results in a few too many pictures of empty sky, travel photography can be daunting for both beginners and the experienced alike. In The Traveler's Eye, Lisl Dennis clearly explains how to overcome these challenges to capture on film or video the essence of your travel experiences.<br><br>As an award-winning photographer and an experienced teacher of travel photography, Dennis understands the many dilemmas that arise when wielding a camera on foreign territory. Is there any way to take a novel approach to such overexposed sites as the Eiffel Tower, the Taj Mahal, or the Golden Gate Bridge? How can the serendipities of light and background be manipulated to create lively portraits? How can one handle requests made by potenti
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