About the Ebook
The elk of Pennsylvania are unique. The original native PA elk became extinct but with some incredible foresight and planning, elk were reintroduced to the state in 1913. The elk we now see are the direct descendants of these relocated elk. These magnificent mammals are amazing to observe and create wonderful photographic subjects. Bob Shank is one of many photographers who enjoys chronicling the elk with his camera. Many more visitors to the elk range bring their cameras along on their trip. Cameras include anything from expensive digital cameras to point and shoot cameras to cell phones. Breathtaking photos can be captured, but basic photographic knowledge, a primer on proper equipment, understanding elk habitat and tendencies, safety considerations, and some general guidelines are extremely helpful. These basic tools can make some amazing photos of these incredible animals. Join Bob on his journey as he describes in detail how he photographs the elk of Pennsylvania. You will learn photo tips you can utilize yourself to get the photographs you dream of and desire. Along the way you will see some of the creative work Bob has captured on his jaunts through the elk range. You will be inspired and will learn how you, too, can photograph the Pennsylvania elk.