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The Art of Outdoor Photography: Techniques for the Advanced Amateur and Professional
by Boyd Norton

Animal Portraits
by Walter Schels (Photographer)
(Hardcover - July 2001)

Africa's Animal Kingdom : A Visual Celebration
by Kit Coppard
(Paperback - March 2001)

Animal Faces
by Akira Satoh (Illustrator), Kyoko Toda
(Paperback - November 2000)

A Bountiful Harvest : The Midwestern Farm Photographs of Pete Wettach, 1925-1965 (Bur Oak Book)
by Leslie A. Loveless, Arthur Melville Wettach
(Hardcover - September 2002)

Animal: The Definitive Visual Guide to the World's Wildlife
by Don E. Wilson (Editor), David Burnie (Editor)
This book is an ideal browsing reference for all experience levels, as well as a delightful addition to the collection of any animal enthusiast or classroom. Of necessity, not all species are covered, but as a general source of information down to the genus level, Animal excels. Don't be put off by the price! Extraordinarily beautiful, biologically accurate, and packed with furry, feathery, finny, many-legged delights, Animal is one of the very best science books of 2001. --Therese Littleton,
Hardcover: 624 pages
DK Publishing; ISBN: 0789477645; 1st edition (October 1, 2001)

by James Balog (Photographer), B. Martin Pedersen (Editor)
Neither romanticizing the animals nor condescending to them, Balog breaks from traditional assumptions of what nature photography should be. Instead, Balog first overturns the boundaries of our expectations with portraits in the studio style usually reserved for humans; he then goes so far as to confront the reality of humans hunting animals, and digs below surface appearances to find meaning in such scenes. In this bold work, he acknowledges animals as they are --- wild, captive, or somewhere along the uneasy boundary between the two---and charts the ever-present tension between the natural and civilized.
Hardcover: 192 pages
Watson-Guptill Pubns; ISBN: 1888001801; (September 1, 1999)

The New Complete Guide to Wildlife Photography : How to Get Close and Capture Animals on Film
by Joe McDonald
Paperback - 160 pages (December 1998)
Watson-Guptill Pubns; ISBN: 0817450092

The Art of Wildlife Photography
by Fritz Polking
Hardcover - 96 pages (May 1998)
Fountain Pr Ltd; ISBN: 0863433227

Practical Manual of Captive Animal Photography : The Step-By-Step Guide to Photographing Wildlife in Zoos, Aquaria, and Other Controlled Habitats
by Michael Havelin
(Paperback - June 2000)

The Sierra Club Guide to Close-Up Photography in Nature
by Tim Fitzharris
Paperback - 112 pages (July 1998)
Sierra Club Books; ISBN: 0871569132

by Art Wolfe (Photographer), et al

Wild Orphans
by Gerry Ellis (Photographer)
(Hardcover - May 2002)

by Frans Lanting, Christine Eckstrom (Editor)
Jungles are mysterious and even threatening places, among the least explored landscapes on the earth--and just the sort of place, therefore, that you might expect to find the ever-intrepid wildlife photographer Frans Lanting. "The tropical forest may be a naturalist's paradise," he writes, "but for a photographer it can be a nightmare. Once you are inside it is all blood, sweat, and leeches. Whatever you take into the forest becomes part of the food chain, whether it is your equipment or yourself." But difficult conditions come with the work. In this oversized portfolio of 120 full-color images made over two decades on four continents, Lanting chronicles the life of the world's jungles, organizing the work by themes (water and light, color and camouflage, anarchy and order, form and evolution). As befits the jungle's manic pace, few of the images are static, as Lanting captures macaws and butterflies and even frogs in flight, orangutans brachiating their way from vine to vine, turkeys and snakes scrambling and slithering. Some of the images are nothing short of astonishing, among them views of an otherworldly cloudforest lobelia thicket in Hawaii and of treetop expanses that exhibit the phenomenon called "canopy shyness," an arboreal version of animal territoriality. Admirers of Lanting's previous books, such as Okavango and Eye to Eye, will prize his new collection, while rainforest devotees will find much to inspire them in the images he brings before us. --Gregory McNamee
(Hardcover - October 2000)

Horses and Other Animals in Motion
by Eadweard Muybridge
 Paperback: 91 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.24 x 11.96 x 9.03
Dover Pubns; ISBN: 0486249115; (October 1985)

Wild Babies
by Seymour Simon
(Mass Market Paperback - May 1998)

Mount McKinley : The Conquest of Denali
by Bradford Washburn (Photographer), et al
Listed under Photo Essays - Alaska

Eye to Eye : Intimate Encounters With the Animal World
by Frans Lanting, Christine Eckstrom (Editor)
(Hardcover - September 1997)

Great Barrier Reef
by David Doubilet
Listed under Underwater Photography

Digital Imaging for the Underwater Photographer : Computer Applications for Photo Enhancement and Presentation
by Jack Drafahl, Sue Drafahl
(Paperback - October 2001)

Remains of a Rainbow: Rare Plants and Animals of Hawai'i
by David Liittschwager, et al
(Hardcover - October 2001)

Photographing Butterflies and Other Insects: Photographic Hints and Tips
by Paul Hicks
(Hardcover - March 1998)

Polar Dance : Born of the North Wind
by Thomas D. Mangelsen (Photographer), et al
(Hardcover - September 1997)

Journeys with the Ice Bear
by Kennan Ward
(Hardcover - September 1996)

by Britta Jaschinski
(Hardcover - May 1996)

Wildlife Photography : Getting Started in the Field
by B. Moose Peterson
Paperback - 176 pages (March 1998)
Silver Pixel Press; ISBN: 1883403278
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by Bill Silliker, Richard L. Lemke (Editor)
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