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The Digital Photography Handbook: An Illustrated Step-by-step Guide Paperback – 28 Oct 2010
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From the Back Cover
Need to know which digital camera and accessories to buy?
Want to discover how to take better photographs and retouch images?
Ready to achieve professional results?
The Digital Photography Handbook: the comprehensive guide to digital photography. Includes expert advice on: types of camera; computers, software and other accessories; pixels and magnification; memory; saving images; exposure; composing pictures; light; camera modes; special effects; manipulating images; retouching old photos; printing digital images; selecting printers and paper; archiving; e-mailing images; getting your pictures on the Web.
Fully updated to include the latest developments in digital technology.
About the Author
Doug Harman has over 15 year's experience as a journalist, writer, photographer, and digital camera and technology tester. He has written extensively for a multitude of digital photography magazines and websites, including Amateur Photographer, What Digital Camera, Total Digital Photography, Professional Photographer and Photography Monthly.
David Jones is a professional photographer with an extensive commercial portfolio, particularly in the fashion and advertising industries. He has also been widely exhibited and contributed photographs to many magazines and books, including Brunel, How to Keep Dinosaurs and Master Chef.
Top Customer Reviews
I would certainly recommend this if you are fairly new to digital cameras or, even if more experienced, it explains in depth as to how you can get better photographs and is a good reference book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I found the book easy to read and dip into on a "need to know" basis.Published 19 months ago by Cat19
generally very good, easy to order,good selection and quick delivery.Published on 9 Nov. 2014 by marjorie russell
This is an excellent book and a small handy size to slip in your bag to boot. One of the top few books on this subject I guess.Published on 30 July 2014 by DMannio
A very good book full of hints and tips for the budding photographer.Published on 18 July 2014 by Mrs F Davidson
Quite good for beginners with lots of instructive photos. Did become rather advanced but this does mean that the book will not need to be replaced for a more advanced edition.Published on 18 Feb. 2014 by Kathleen
Well written and simple to read. It is perfect for beginners. I would recommend it to all. Well worth the money.Published on 20 Dec. 2013 by Amazon Customer
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