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Creative Photography: 52 More Weekend Projects

Creative Photography: 52 More Weekend Projects is designed to keep you busy for a year with creative photography ideas that everyone who has a passion for photography can have a go at. Creative Photography gives you the ideas for the images, and then talks you through how to achieve them step by step, whether it be focus stacking to create a brilliant perfectly clear image or learning the secret of levitation, the book shows you how to do it all. There is a nice mix of physical technique...

Landscape Photography - The Four Seasons

Landscape Photography – The Four Seasons is a title that takes you through each season step by step, showing you how to get the best out of your photography for each one. Starting with spring and moving to summer, then autumn and finally winter, each chapter begins with an introduction to the season and what you can expect, before moving on to what specific kit will be useful for that season. Metering modes, focusing and depth of field is covered, and depending on the season, different ...

Landscape Photography: The Four Seasons

If this book was sat on a shelf in a book shop it'd be its bright cover and spine that would catch your eye. Once the book's in your hands, you'll be even more impressed when you open the cover to find that it's actually a sort of storage unit for four smaller books, each of which focus on one season, that will easily fit in your bag and are easy to hold. Each of the smaller books cover techniques that are specific to the season it's talking about, mentioning equipment you need and shooting advi...

The Beginner's Photography Guide

The Beginner's Photography Guide is an ideal book for the complete novice wanting to get into digital photography more seriously. In traditional Dorling Kindersley style, the book is laid out very simply and reads very much like a traditional guide. Each section is split into introducing, explaining and applying sections, so that you understand what you're doing before you implement it, speeding up the learning process. The book begins by looking at equipment, and what different cameras ...