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40 Digital Photography Techniques, 3rd Edition [Paperback]

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2 Mar 2007 Photography Techniques

Digital Photography has truly reached the masses, and withthis friendly, full-color guide new users can immediatelystart having fun with their digital cameras. It provides dozensof tips for taking better pictures and getting creative withdigital photography at a remarkably affordable price. Topicscovered include composing good shots, playing with light,close-ups, self-portraits, action shots, and event photography.


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  • Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: YoungJin; 1 edition (2 Mar 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 8931433697
  • ISBN-13: 978-8931433692
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 18.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 770,492 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Well written, with some really good use of pictures as examples this is a very good book
-- Chris Marshall, MyAppleStuff.com, May 2007

there's a lot to like about this book for the beginning photographer -- Zoltan Hunt, YYZTech.ca, May 2007

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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Must have for digital beginners 6 Nov 2007
By J. Oman
i am an absolute beginner and just purchased my new camera with loads of new features. i looked at other books but they seems to have a large section on choosing my camera, which is useless to me at this stage. when this book arrived i opened it to just flick through, but soon found myself taking the camera out, looking at it from all angles and doing the exercises with focus and light! very easy instructions on how to take pictures using different techniques to achieve certain shot style and all supported by pictures. there are pictures of what a good shot is and what a bad shot is, for each feature - which i found helpful because i could really see the difference and was aware of how much i could achieve with a little practice. the book covers all the features i wanted to know and more, so i can confidently say it saved me money on joining a digital photography class! get it!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Useful, easy to read and packed with tips 26 Dec 2008
My recent camera purchase was a Lumix FZ50 and this book fits the bill exactly if you are starting to look at more serious aspects of photography. Explanations are plenty and very simple to digest and with chapters on specific photo subjects you can't go wrong. Great book.
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3.0 out of 5 stars A good starter book. 15 Oct 2013
By tarjack
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Bought this book ages ago and it proved a very reasonable starters book. And was able to solve the black art of Digital Photography with out too much hassle.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Forty digital photography techniques 15 April 2013
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Tis book cost me one penny plus the postage, arrived well packaged and in excellent condition, i have enjoyed reading this and theres alot of tips to take in if you were a beginner like myself.
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4.0 out of 5 stars An excellent overview for beginning digital photographers 12 Mar 2007
By Jeremy Hall - Published on Amazon.com
As a semi-professional photographer I am often asked for camera and photography advice which I gladly provide. What I am more at a loss for is what you get is the best resource for someone trying to learn a little bit more of their own. This book is a great solution, for which I am keeping a copy around simply to loan out to those in this situation.

40 Digital Photography Technique is designed for the beginner and maturing intermediate photographer and does an excellent job covering everything from the basics of how to use your camera, to composition, how to shoot in various lighting situations, macro photography and much more. Though it does not go into great depth in any one of these subject areas, it is a great overview and touches on a lot of areas that new photographers may not think of. It attempts to be a beginner's guide and provide ideas and how to use on a wide variety of areas pertaining to photography, and it does a great job.

I highly recommend this title to anyone who has picked up a new digital camera or may have one laying around that they have not gotten as much use of as they thought they might have won about it. Your camera along with this book may become a new hobby and passion that you never knew you had within you.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good entry level book 25 Aug 2008
By Marti - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased 8 books on photography after I completed a photography course.
This book was one of them. It covers many of the things I already learned in my course but gave some specific f-stops that my course instructor never told us.
My teacher felt we would learn more by taking the shots ourselves.
I disagreed.
I felt this book gave practical advice on how to set your f-stop to achieve the desired photo.
It is a book for the beginner and easily read.
There are lots of photos but I would have liked them to be a bit larger.
For anyone who did not take a photo course or has not figured out how to play around with your f-stops to get the desired shot, this is a handy book to read.
It also briefly touches upon diffusing the flash, exposure settings and other topics every photographer needs to know about, but in a general way.
Definitely not the book for intermediate or advanced photographers, but recommended for the beginner.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great starter book 17 May 2007
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
This book is written in simple lucid language, with good clear pictures makes it perfect for beginners and 'getting semi serious' photographers,

my pictures have become much better as result of the knowledge out of this book plus i have a better eye on photography on the whole, in the past had never put a thought on clicking a button on the camera..no complains
4.0 out of 5 stars Great quick reference photo guide, although it needs updating 24 Feb 2014
By uktravailer - Published on Amazon.com
This is a super reference guide for beginners and intermediate photographers, as well as those who want to photograph something new. It includes chapters on basics of taking photos, equipment (dated), how to photograph people, landscapes and other objects. There is also a chapter on uploading photos to your PC and very basic processing.
Written in 2007, this book is in dire need of an update as technology has moved on so rapidly, but the basic chapters on composition and techniques will always hold true so it is worth it for this as a quick reference.
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent reseller 10 Dec 2012
By Ross A. Mills - Published on Amazon.com
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I was a little concerned about buying this book with a description of other than "used", but this reseller said the copy was "in excellent, unworn condition. Unmarked text" and the price for a "new" copy was ridiculous (in my opinion) at between $78.00 and $148.00, so I decided to take a chance at $8.03 plus $3.99 shipping. I was expecting a slightly worn copy to come in the mail. Boy, was I surprised when the book arrived and I opened the package. If this copy isn't brand new, it must have sitting on some shelf in a retail store and been overlooked because there isn't a mark on it and the spine and pages shows no signs of it ever having been handled at all. This reseller is definitely true to his/her word. Thank you ever so much for your honesty and fair pricing. As to the book itself (content that is), I read it a couple of years ago when I took my first photography class and, since then, have realized how well put together it is. It is succinct and straightforward. It gives little nuggets of wisdom in plain English and is something I will revisit to refresh my memory on the basics, which I occasionally forget, as I'm advancing into the more advanced concepts.
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