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Into the Wild

The Story of the World's Greatest Wildlife Photography

An epic visual story of wildlife photography's pioneers and world firsts. From some of the very first pictures of wild lions and tigers on record and the first-ever underwater colour photograph, right up to the spectacular images from the wildest corners
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Gemma Padley
Article number: 9781913947484
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An epic visual story of wildlife photography's pioneers and world firsts. From some of the very first pictures of wild lions and tigers on record and the first-ever underwater colour photograph, right up to the spectacular images from the wildest corners of the earth that modern-day technology allows. Into the Wild is an extraordinary collection of over 250 images and 150 years of our efforts to document the natural world. Now, more than ever, these are the photographs and stories that matter.

Author

Gemma Padley is a writer and editor on photography. Her writing has been published by The Telegraph, Foam, Photomonitor, LensCulture, AnOther, Elephant, British Journal of Photography and 1000 Words magazine.

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"Gemma Padley takes us on a fascinating journey through 150 years of the wildlife photography that has informed and delighted us. The text tells us not only about the images themselves, but describes how cameras gradually got faster shutter speeds, longer lenses, greater resolution and are now mostly digital. But it is the patience and endurance of the photographer who waits for hours or even days in tropical heat or arctic freeze to capture these special shots: taken at just the right moment in just the right light and from just the right angle. Into the Wild is a must-have coffee table book." - Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, Founder of the Jane Goodall Institute & U.N. Messenger of Peace

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ISBN: 9781913947484
Author: Gemma Padley
Format: Hardback
26x29.8
Pages: 256

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