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A Book On Photographing Waterdrops: How Much More Specialized Could It Get?

by Felix L. Esser on 06/27/2012

There are a gazillion books on photographic topics out there, covering anything from “Action Photography” to “Zoo Walks With Your P&S”. Or so. Some of them are more general, like books on landscape photography, others are more specialized. Ever wondered just how specialized a book on photography could get? Well, here’s your answer: Focal Press has just announced a book on photographing waterdrops. Photographing waterdrops. Seriously. If you ever found yourself thinking, “Hey, I wonder how to best photograph these early morning waterdrops on the rose petals in my front yard which always catch my eye when I’m leaving the house on my way to work at 6 am,” then here’s just the book for you.

Photographing Waterdrops” was written by photographer Harold Davis, who has already published more than 30 books, including the bestselling title “Photographing Flowers: Exploring Macro Worlds with Harold Davis.” From the description of “Photographing Waterdrops”:

Davis draws from his professional expertise and artistic perspective to offer advice on capturing extraordinary waterdrop compositions. Readers learn how to use light and reflections to their advantage, which tools and equipment work best for macro photography, and how to perfect their waterdrop shots both before and after shooting.

“Photographing Waterdrops: Exploring Macro Worlds with Harold Davis” is avaialble from Focal Press or Amazon for $19.77.

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