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@DOWNLOAD EPUB ß The Photographer′s Guide to the Blue Ridge Parkway – Where to Find Perfect Shots and How to Take Them á Meilleur Livre, The Photographers Guide To The Blue Ridge Parkway Where To Find Perfect Shots And How To Take Them Par Jim Hargan C Est Tr S Bien Et Devient Le Sujet Principal Lire, Les Lecteurs Sont Tr S Takjup Et S Inspirent Toujours Du Contenu Du Livre The Photographers Guide To The Blue Ridge Parkway Where To Find Perfect Shots And How To Take Them, Essai De Jim Hargan Est Maintenant Sur Notre Site Web Et Vous Pouvez Le T L Charger En Vous Inscrivant Qu Est Ce Que Tu Attends S Il Vous Pla T Lire Et Faire Une Remise Pour Vous I bought this book to plan a trip to Ashville and the Blue Ridge Parkway where my goals were fall photography and general sightseeing The book is perfect It is organized by sections so I could go to the ones I was most interested in Since my time is limited, it has helped me plan where I want to spend my time. I m a photographer and have spent days on the southern sections of the Blue Ridge Parkway I not only own this book, but also Nye Simmons guide for the southern sections of the parkway, there is no comparison Hargan has much better guidance about photography on the parkway But it s not perfect.The thing that Hargan does well is providing specific suggestions for sunrise, sunset, and other times of day The southern sections of the parkway cover a lot of ground, and while there are generally lots of good panoramic views to the south, there are not that many good sunrise and sunset locations Hargan does a good job of mentioning specific locations I d like to see a bit detail, but you don t want to have the same image everyone else has.In comparison, Nye Simmons guide seems to be of a touring guide than a photography guide That s fine if your goal is to tour the parkway, but if you want to spend 3 4 days photographing a specific area, you need a lot better information.There are pros and cons to both books For example, both authors mention Devil s Courthouse at MP 422.4 Simmons describes the location and mentions the viewing of the hawk migration in September but provides no mention of the time of day to photograph the area Hargan provides specific information about photographing the location best in mid afternoon This location is terrible for morning photography of the rock formation since the subject is backlit and dark, but in mid to late afternoon you get nice warm light hitting the rock face.On the other hand, about 2 miles from Devil s Courthouse at mile 420.2 is the Black Balsam Knob area This is a large area with extensive areas for hiking and camping One of the highlights is a 1 mile hike to Black Balsam Knob with 360 degree views, great flowers from May through September, and wonderful rock formations Simmons provides a nice description of the area, but his photo advice is simply all offer outstanding scenery and have much photographic potential Even worse Hargan does not mention the area at all But if you are willing to hike a couple of miles, Simmon s reference accurately sets the tone that it is a terrific photo location for all times except the middle of the day.My rating reflects the priority Hargan places on photography rather than touring While not perfect, this is the book I prefer for tips on good photo locations. This guy takes terrible pictures all the fall color in the trees is brown because he shot them to late in the fall he shoots in midday when the light is harsh, etc But he does give you some idea of what different areas look like The places I know to be the best locations for that look of layered ridges in the distance in great light are not highlighted here If you are looking for that kind of specific information I do not think this is the book you want You can find that information online.