A beautifully illustrated guide to Cambodia. The book takes you on a journey to some of the most photogenic locations in SE Asia, showing you just what to photograph at Angkor and the myriad of other outlying historical sites, as well as in and around Battambang and Phnom Penh. What to photograph is supplemented by how to photograph, with useful insider tips on the photographic process and philosophy.
Mark Lucock grew up in Suffolk. After graduating from University with a degree in Biology, he obtained his PhD in 1991 and is an elected Fellow of the Society of Biology and a Chartered Biologist. Mark moved from the UK to the New South Wales Central Coast in 2003. His photographic work features a range of destinations – including the UK, India, SE Asia, Australia, North America and much of Europe, and reflects the broad spectrum of nature and landscapes from around the world. Mark has many published books: Photography for the Naturalist (GMC Publications, 2002); Professional Landscape and Environmental Photography (GMC Publications, 2003); Succeed in Landscape Photography (RotoVision SA, 2003); Digital Nature and Landscape Photography (PIP, 2007); The Digital Compact Camera - Release Your Compact's Full Potential (Ammonite Press, 2009).The first three books were all from the pre-digital era, but are still, none-the-less, a rich source of inspiration and technical know how.
Face to Face: Natural History Portraits Published June 14, 2011