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10 Years Old and Showing Its Age,
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This review is from: Night and Low-light Photography: The Complete Guide (Paperback)
This book has some good basic coverage on the *theory* of shutter speed & aperture, but it's focused 100% on film shooters. There is a passing mention of digital cameras in a para at the front, but that's about all. The text was originally written in 1999, and there's no evidence that it has been revised since. The rest is all about selecting and shooting film. There are a few vaguely decent shots in here, but to be honest you'll find far better inspiration by browsing through Flickr. I would not recommend this book to anyone shooting digital, as there's is just far too little relevant information. I have to rate it low because the product description in Amazon only hints that it's targeted at film shooters. It should be made more clear. This is the least useful of all my photographic books.
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Initial post: 5 Oct 2010 14:13:03 BDT
M. Barclay says:
Thank you, as this is for a digital user it has given me the opportunity to check this is suitable for him.
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