Creating photography with imagination
Do you want to learn about or improve your knowledge about wildlife photography? Published in September 2018 (1st edition), The African Wildlife Photographer in Your Bag by Andrew Aveley is based around the wildlife you will find in Southern Africa.
It is a “must have” for anyone looking to enhance their wildlife photography portfolio or looking for tips to start wildlife, nature or landscape photography. It's for all brands of cameras - big and small - and all levels of photographers. Young and old will find great information and add to their photography knowledge.
In true Andrew fashion, and as a homage to his passion for teaching, the is printed on paper that is suitable for scribbling notes on to. The paperback wildlife 170-page book is filled with information, diagrams and award-winning nature photographs in full colour.
Years of personal learning and experience has gone into this original publication with a hint of the technical information one needs to know about photography.
More About the Author
First published in 2010, Andrew Aveley has a natural talent for wildlife photography as is evident by placing as a finalist in three of the 2011 BBC Veola Photographer of the Year award categories. In the same year, he was the runner-up in the Fuji / Getaway Photographer of the Year award (wildlife category), and has since won numerous awards for his incredible wildlife and nature photographs. These have been published in many a bespoke coffee table book and, as such, Andrew has become a household name among the South African wildlife community.
In addition to wildlife and nature photography, Andrew is a registered tour guide and specialist photographic tour leader. His passion for teaching naturally evolved into being invited to speak at many events, from the Photo & Film Expo to the Canon South Africa road show.
But, he's left the best for his book, The African Wildlife Photographer in Your Bag - a light, travel-friendly book to take with on your outdoor photography safaris.
"There is always a moment which makes you reflect and look back at life, photography is no different... All it takes is one frame and when I am doing what I love, at that moment I am truly free, a time to think about life and enjoy the small gifts, the true meaning of friendship and why life is worth living... Peace 'n Light."