This review is from: Digital Photography: A Step-by-step Guide to Creating and Manipulating Great Images (Paperback)
This is a superficial book that looks as if it had been thrown together on a rainy afternoon.
It covers an absurdly wide range - from the absolutely basic ('switches, sliding covers and buttons are used to turn the camera on') to advice on arranging public exhibitions. Nothing is adddressed in anything like enough detail to be remotely useful. A lot of the guidance is on basic photography generally, with no particular reference to digital cameras, and bizzarely (as another reviewer has pointed out) a lot of the pictures were taken on slide film anyway. The sloppy grammar does not inspire confidence, either.
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