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The Photographer's Eye: Composition and Design for&hellip by Michael Freeman
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A real eye-opener...., 13 May 2014
As an enthusiastic amateur photographer I was keen to progress and bought this as I thought it might help one aspect of my photos. I thought I probably knew the so-called rules of composition but was willing to see if I was missing anything..................well I was. Lots!
The book looks logically at all aspects of a picture, from its external shape to what we put inside it, where we put it, and why we do so for the effect we want to create. It doesn't force you into following stereotypes of design & structure but offers ways of creatively developing your ability to go "off piste" according to the impact you want to produce.
His writing style is dry & scholarly but… Read more
Teach Yourself Visually Photoshop Elements 12 (Tea&hellip by Mike Wooldridge
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Really Helpful, 10 April 2014
I am a complete newcomer to the PS process and bought Elements 12 with some degree of trepidation. This book was bought after consulting both the Dummies series (too much wording, not enough action) and Scott Kelby (photography by numbers, I don't feel he lets me learn for myself).
This book is perfect for the task. The full colour pictures and written instructions match perfectly. For instance, it may say
"2. Click the zoom tool" There is both a tiny picture of the zoom tool and a number "2" pointing at where it is. So it's very clear to follow and you can progress as you wish.
Good chapter headings and index so if you specifically want to achieve one… Read more
Golunski Money Clip Wallet Tan Golunski
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Just the Job, 26 Jun 2013
Bought for husband, at his request, following searches on line and in shops both home and abroad.
In general these clip wallets are made for the American market so fit the dollar but not the broader sterling notes.
However this is made for your UK money or Euros and has space for up to 8 credit cards or the like.
Nice soft leather & is wearing well..................Happy Hubby