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150 Photographic Projects for Art Students Paperback – 24 Feb 2010
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'This inspiring book is packed with practical ideas to help you become a better photographer. The advice is clear and helpful throughout.'
--Black & White Photography, September 2010
About the Author
John Easterby is currently the course leader of the highly successful MA Photojournalism and Documentary Photography course at the London College of Communication. He ran Magnum UK for nearly 10 years during the 1980s. He is also currently as associate director of Standard8, a company that handles high profile installations of photographic work.
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It is full of tips/projects on how to improve your photography and should be useful to all beginner photographers, as well as those looking to get on a photography course. It is more than just projects for you to do, it is full of tips on what kit you should be looking at.
Overall I would defiantly recommend this book, in terms of getting the best out of you and your camera it is £8 well spent.
The reader can not help but improve his or her photography by following clear and concise instructions with very good photographs as illustration.
The book will appeal to all who are interested in photography.
Talks through many areas of the subject with easy to understand projects. Inspired me to try new things I'd otherwise not have considered.
Friend of mine and fellow photographer (be he much more experienced) found parts of the book useful also.
In all I think most levels of ability in the field of photography would get something out of reading this book.
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