"Shooting in the Wild is a fascinating, insightful, and comprehensive story of the thrill and challenge of capturing nature on film ... a thoroughly inspiring look at what can be accomplished and why we should continue to try. It is also a who's who of filmmakers who have profoundly affected our view of wildlife. A must read for filmmakers and for anyone in the audience."
-Jean-Michel Cousteau, president, Ocean Futures Society
"Chris Palmer's compellingly readable account of the wildlife film business reminds me of everything I love about nature films, while serving as a call to action to correct its abuses. It will change the way we look at wildlife films." -Richard Leakey
"The ideal wildlife film should enlighten, entertain, alert us to problems, and stimulate us to conservation action, urges Chris Palmer. Anyone who watches wildlife films-and millions do so-must read this perceptive and enlightening book. -George B. Schaller, Wildlife Conservation Society and Panthera, author of A Naturalist and Other Beasts
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