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Better Picture Guide to:  Portrait Photography

You may think the cover portrait is a tad dull and uninspiring (the repro of this image has more contrast on the inside version), but open this 128 page book and you'll find far better examples inside. The author, David Wilson, aims to introduce amateurs and semi-professionals to the varied world of portraiture. It covers techniques to improve composition, rapport, exposure, lighting and much more. the book includes extended captions of around 200 words per picture that are tips and technique...

Children

If you have children and take pictures that you would like to improve on this book is perfect. It doesn't have a regional feel that some portrait books have and show some new and interesting ways to capture your children on film. The cover shows a hand coloured photo, which is lifted from the finishing chapter that looks at presentation and printing techniques. Elsewhere we are given examples of how to determine what the client wants (assuming you are shooting for a living) how to develop a rela...

Professional Photography Photographing Buildings

This book houses some superb architectural photography from stunning 5x4in black & white shots emphasising texture to bold and graphic colour imagery. The captions, in true Rotovision style, are extremely informative - I never, for example, thought about waiting until lunchtime to photograph interiors to avoid people. The only criticism, from a UK point, is a lot of the work is from US based photographers and in most English towns we dont have the same dominating skyscrapers where quite a few o...