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Digital Photographer's Handbook Hardcover – 3 Aug 2006
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This is the nearest we've come to a digital imaging bible on outdoor photography. Get snap happy with this comprehensive and motivating guide to digital photography. Packed with inspirational images features detailed coverage of the best cameras, equipment and software, as well as jargon-free tips on demystifying the technical elements of taking both digital and conventional photographs. It is suitable for all levels of experience from amateurs to aspiring David Bailey's. You'll get great results every time.
About the Author
Tom Ang is Senior Lecturer in Photographic Practice at the University of Westminster, London. His own photography - both digital and traditional - has been widely exhibited and he has won the Thomas Cook Travel Book Award for his photographic coverage of the Marco Polo Expedition. Tom is also the author of DK's An Introduction to Digital Photography and KISS Guide to Digital Photography. Tom lives in London.
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Tom Ang's experience is vast eyt down-to-earth and he's got a real gift for communicating clearly those things that matter to me - small, large and tiny considerations from the use of the camera; the computer software, the hardware and the aesthetic aspects of composition and so on.
This is a "golden age" of incredibly powerful yet really affordable digital technology that takes some knowledge to use. To me, this book is an essential companion, helping to put all the available technology to best use to capture and display the images that will communicate what I intend ... and discover along the way.
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