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An easy to follow guide to the basics of great travel photos, including:- How to select the right gear to take on your next trip;- How to "tell a story" with your travel photos; - Tips and advice on composition, shooting in transit, photographing cities, scenery, people, moving subjects, close-ups, and sensitivity to local cultures.
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ISBN: 9780987159557
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