By Jeff Curto
This book’s primary audience is students entering the photography program, but should prove useful to anyone wanting to learn the basic technical and visual qualities of photography. Though the book concentrates on digital photography, the essential concepts can be easily transferred to film photography as well.
By Julie Adair King
Shoot Like a Pro! Digital Photography Techniques condenses the most important lessons of photography school into one, easy-to-digest package. You’ll not only get the information you need to decipher the jargon associated with digital photography, but also learn techniques that enable you to take full advantage of all the creative controls your camera offers.
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By Robert Berdan
Basics of photography and the camera
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By Dennis P. Curtin
Covers Digital cameras, Digital workflow, Controlling Exposure, Capturing light and color, Understanding lenses,etc
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The Guide to Digital Photography (this manual, available in both electronic and printed formats) provides detailed information about your camera.
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By John Davenport
This in-depth guide aims to answer those questions and help you create a foundation for success as you pick up this exciting new hobby of photography
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By JongPil Cheon
In this unit, you will learn basic knowledge and fundamental techniques of photography with digital cameras. Seven skills in the second part are prerequisite to taking a better photograph. Based on these techniques, you will learn how to apply them to various situations. While you go through the unit stepby step, you will be able to acquire basic understanding of how to take better photos.
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By Christopher Grey
The fact that you’re reading this book means you’ve either just bought a Canon camera and want more information than the instruction book can give you (no surprise there) or that you’re thinking of getting into the system and want to know more about it.
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BY ERIC KIM
So consider this a handbook or a manual of sorts; for you only. I am also writing this book in hope that other people (similar to you, still relatively new in photography and wanting to learn more) will find it helpful as well.
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By Hugh Clack
The book is intended for anyone interested in taking the next step in their photography, and to get inspiration to take it to a more creative level. I hope you enjoy exploring the possibilities offered in these projects and have a lot of fun on the journey.
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By National Geographic
Covers Taking a Picture, The Art of Photography, Focal Point, Framing, etc.
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By Ben Totman
This guide will help you harness what’s available, get the best out of your smartphone and learn to take better pictures. We will cover everything from composition and effects to photo editing and social media.
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