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Photographing Children
Rating:5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Author:Ginny Felch
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons
ISBN:0470114320
Price:30.06
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Subtitled "Develop Your Digital Photography Talent" this book from the PhotoWorkshop series creates an environment for you to learn all aspects of children photography with really useful tips on composition, exposure, and focusing, blended with advice on how to work with children to get the best out of them. It's written byo acclaimed portrait photographer Ginny Felch with Allison TylerJones as a contributor and is illustrated with some beautiful and artistic photographs that are bound to inspire you. The book is really easy to read, very helpful and motivational. If you've wanted to photograph kids better and didn't quite know how, this is the book for you. Each section has assignments that you can try to get you into real-world shooting situations and then you can upload them for critique to the book's special PhotoWorkshop web area.

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