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Perfect Exposure is Perfect Instruction,
This review is from: Perfect Exposure: The Professional Guide to Capturing Perfect Digital Photographs (Paperback)
I rarely leave reviews for items because most things are just average IMHO. This book,however, is exceptional. I had grown up shooting film and slides and actually never felt I had a problem with the photos that I took (well I didn't after reviewing them recently) but when I finally decided to make the move to a dSLR I found myself consistently disappointed with flat dull images that many times I could not get back to the original vision in Photoshop or Aperture. After reading book and digesting the information I had seen a huge leap forward in the quality of my shots at that point of taking the picture. Most often now post-processing involves minor tweaks and then changes to get a specific feel I am trying convey instead of time spent trying to recover a poorly exposed image. I am reading Freeman's 'The Complete Guide to Black & White Digital Photography' now and it is equally detailed and highly useful.
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Initial post: 12 Aug 2012 20:18:23 BDT
T. Jones says:
I used a Canon 550d for last 2 years. Wonderful camera, but I was never happy with awb.
I've changed to Sony NEX-7 due to weight of carrying only!
I do quite a bit of imaging in church which is very demanding due to
morning light playing tricks when sun is shining.
I find this review very interesting.
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