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In the wake of his first two fast-selling photography books, award-winning photographer and author Jim Harmer releases "Improve Your Wildlife Photography."
This book is targeted to beginning and intermediate wildlife photographers who are interested in increasing the impact and drama in their wildlife photography. The book is written with a casual style that is easily scannable to find quick tips

Published: Jim Harmer on
ISBN: 9781452385624
List price: $5.99
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