Camera traps are highly technical and involve a great deal of “engineering”, but they are also immensely creative and artistic. Once you have passed the technical problems, you discover a whole new creative world and can create unique imagery.
Even if the technics of camera trap has been around for many years and discovered by wildlife photographer George Siras in 1905, it has been mainly widespread recently by digital photography and the work of National Geographic photographers George Steinmetz, then Nick Nichols and Steve Winter.
This ebook is wrote with great humility and intended to give you all the information you might need for creating your own camera trap and start experimenting with it. The next step is then totally your own, the only limitation with trap is imagination.
This book is just amazing! I really wish you had made it 5 years ago! It explains everything, including with great care the technical part of it, how to use the Av mode or how to make the flashes to wake up properly and and fire after a long time of sleep. I would recommend it to ALL photographers ready to jump into camera trap photography.
Gilbert Paquet, Switzerland.
I have been using camera traps myself and was looking at ways to improve them and so did some searches on the internet and your web page come. I saw the ebook and thought for $15 if its not that great no big loss but I am actually very impressed and it was well worth it. Well done!
Richard Shucksmith, UK.
An ibook well built and simple that allowed me to easily understand how I can build my own trap and more importantly how can I make great images with it. This book really made me feel like jumping into camera trap photography, especially because of the breathtaking images it is illustrated with.
Vincent Limagne, France.
Great ibook and quite unique actually. Everything is included, with all details, on how to built a camera trap and how to make it work on the field. I’m thinking about making a pro usage of this and I recommend the ibook without hesitation!
Tico Haroutiounian, France.