People in Focus: How to Photograph Anyone, Anywhere Paperback – 14 Oct 1993
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The photos do have technical data, but it is repetitive and a lot say words such as "I set the aperture to f/8 and then set the shutter to 1/250 so that the meter showed the correct exposure settings" (or words to that effect).
And, for me, there wasn't enough detail on how to control various lighting conditions (indoor/outdoor).
The best tips I learnt were about using the same pose/setting/location and changing the Point Of view for different uses of the picture eg using the same scene for different stock photo requirements.
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The author, Brian Peterson, has borrowed from this work to write several additional books on photography. The focus of his books are as sharp and as meaningful as the images he produces with his cameras. So is the text he writes to explain each picture.
Of course I recommend this book. I recommend all of Mr. Peterson's books.
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