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Hot Shots: How to Refresh Your Photos Paperback – 1 Oct 2008
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The book is a great mix of coffee table eye candy and helpful information for inspiring photographers
--Oranges and Apples
I really like this book, its fun to look at, inspiring and informative
--Oranges and Apples
If you want to take photographs that look exciting, fun, and professional, this portable, easy-access tome is for you. The aim of this book is to highlight and explain various photographic techniques, qualities, and effects, using extended captions and simple technical information. Issues covered in this work include composition, exposure, low-light, night shots, portraits, perspective, city and landscapes, speed, movement, abstraction, animals, colour, flash, silhouettes, and black and white, among others. Have you ever wondered how to get a shot of a moving athlete in focus against a blurred background? Or of a landscape without the distraction of focusing on the foreground? Well, here's where you'll find the answer. Examples are arranged by colour, to enhance the visual appeal, pace, and impact of the contents, and to complement the book's flick-through quality.See all Product description
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The only downside to Hot Shots that I can see at the moment, is that it's going to increase the cost of second hand 35mm compacts on the auction sites - as everybody rushes off to collect them, and follow the author's lead!
This is a great book to leave on the coffee table, the desk, the bedside table, or even on the kitchen table. Your family and friends will love just looking through it. You'll find yourself coming back to it time and again. I do.
This book re-ignited my enthusiasm. An ideal source for a newcomer or reminder for an old hand.
If I only had one book on photography, this would be it.
Gosh! My first camera would now be an analogue treasure ... and I never knew it or kept it.
Great for a coffee table when you've looked through it, great to pick up and flick through the pleasing inspirational pics.