The Photographer's Guide to Acadia
March 25, 2020  (is this book fiction or nonfiction?)
More than three million people will visit Acadia National Park in Maine this year… almost everyone will bring a camera. If you’re planning a trip to one of America’s most beautiful and accessible national parks, don’t waste valuable time looking for the best places to go. This unique book is full of hundreds of photos of the best locations to see in Acadia– and all of them are linked to Google Maps, giving you the directions to find them quickly and easily.

You don’t need to be an experienced photographer or have an expensive camera to use the book. Written by an experienced professional photographer, Mike Hudson has written a guide book for photographers of all levels and abilities– whether you're a seasoned professional, or just picking up a camera for the first time.

The Photographer's Guide to Acadia includes over 180 direct links to Google Maps, as well as GPS coordinates for many photos, helping you to find locations simply and easily. There's a Top Ten list of the best places to photograph in Acadia, as well as detailed notes about how many of the photos were taken, including what aperture, shutter speed, lens and accessories were used. If you want to make the most of your time in the national park, this is the book for you.
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