Johannesburg, South Africa (PressExposure) March 18, 2012 -- Kruger-2-Kalahari.com and YourSafari.co.uk announce the launch of their new e-Book, The Photographer's Guide to Etosha National Park. Discover a comprehensive resource that will help solve the frustration of returning home after a once-in-a-lifetime African safari with disappointing photos.
The Photographer's Guide to Etosha National Park covers the five rest-camps within Etosha and offers everything needed for a visitor to quickly learn what photo equipment to bring with, to know where the animal hot-spots are and to know what to expect from the animals when they find them. Unlike many other destination guides, the information is presented in an easily understandable manner, with simple explanations, detailed maps, 170 color photographs and photo lessons at the end of every chapter.
According to Don Stilton, a professional photographer in Florida, USA, "My wife and I have traveled extensively throughout the United States, Europe, Asia and other areas of the world and rarely have we found a travel guide that not only says 'come and visit', but these authors actually go farther to help you plan your visit by explaining exactly when and where to visit and in which direction to park your vehicle as well as best times of the day to catch memorable glimpses of wildlife. To enhance the great photos, the authors have designed the images so that all you have to do is allow your pointer to hover over the image to see a short description displayed with complete exif details to assist the visitor with camera and light settings".
"Drawing upon our collective twenty seven years of African photo safari experience, we have compiled a guidebook that we would have loved to have had when we first started going on African safaris!", says Kathryn Haylett, one of the e-Book's co-authors.
The outcome, quickly and easily gain a new understanding into the world of African wildlife and acquire the skills necessary to find and then photograph them. From the first day the visitor arrives at Etosha they can be photographing the key animal species like an Etosha veteran.