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Simple Scene, Sensational Shot

Simple Scene, Sensational Shot is a guide to getting great, artistic photography from almost any location. The book helps you to see the photographic opportunities all around you, no matter where you are. It opens your eyes to photographic possibilities in your everyday world that you may have overlooked in the past. First of all, author Simon Bond talks us through the basic, what equipment is best for different situations, and what settings to use on the camera. Simon has traveled the wo...

The Art of iPhoneography

The Art of iPhoneography version 2 is an updated edition of the book all about photography with an iPhone. Stephanie Calabrese Roberts is an award winning documentary photographer, and her passion for photography shines through in this book. The book claims that it will “stretch your view” of iPhone photography. It goes through all the basics of using your iPhone camera properly, before launching into telling us all about the apps that are out there to enhance the features and capabilities of...

The New Street Photographer's Manifesto

The New Street Photographer's Manifesto is a handy and informative guide to street photography, no matter what camera you may have. The introduction makes a point that the book can be used by anyone to take great street shots, as it is more about the technique than the equipment. The book also brings your attention to the various safety aspects for street photography, and the importance of knowing cultural norms when travelling to avoid getting into unnecessary scrapes. Street photograph...

Painting With Light: Lighting and Photoshop Techniques for Photographers

Painting With Light is an innovative and unique book about using light images to create stunning photos of landscapes, objects and people. Using a combination of natural and studio lighting, and sometimes photoshop effects, creating images by painting with the light is a rewarding, although sometimes time consuming technique. Author Eric Curry has been a professional photographer for over 30 years, and specialises in photographing still life objects. He gets a fulfillment out of photogra...

Tabletop Photography

Tabletop Photography is the latest in a line of helpful and innovative books from rockynook. Tabletop photography is something that everyone can have a go at, and this book talks you through a number of ways that you can create brilliant tabletop photography images without breaking the bank in the process. A tabletop studio is a great place for photographers to experiment and perfect some key skills such as macro and close up photography, and using the correct lighting to compliment a sc...

The Long Exposure

The Long Exposure is a specialist ebook on long exposure photography. Author David Cleland runs the FixelPix website, which is a reportage photography website. He is an experienced photographer who sees long exposure photos as the most relaxing form of image capture. He obviously loves what he does. The Long Exposure is full of stunning images from the British coast, displaying David's skill at capturing silky smooth seas using long exposures. The ebook starts at the very beginning, ...

Food Photography For Bloggers

Food Photography for Bloggers is one of a series of titles in the Focus On series from Focal Press. Written by top food photographer Matt Armendariz, this book is mouth watering all the way through. Matt's blog, MattBites, is one of the best 50 food blogs in the world. Being a good food blogger is all about having appetising looking images, and so Matt talks us through every step of getting your photos spot on. Starting at the very beginning, Matt goes through the history of food pho...

Night & Low Light Phorography

Night and Low Light Photography is a guide to taking shots when lighting isn't so good. More than just a book, this guide provides you with various tools to help you, including a fold out grey card and wallet sized push out reference cards to help you adjust settings to your needs quickly and effectively with great results. This extended version has everything in it that you could possibly need to know about low light photography. It starts off by looking at that all important photography...

The Sony SLT-A77: The Unofficial Quintessential Guide

As a long-time Sony SLT-A55 user and recent Sony SLT-A77 purchaser, I know the complexity of both cameras and I also know the deficiencies of Sony camera manuals. The manuals, more or less, cover the capabilities of the cameras, but make many assumptions about the knowledge level of the camera users. Perhaps, more important, the manual writers assume all purchasers of Sony cameras have the same familiarity with both digital photography and camera technology. Of course, that’s far from the realit...

The Digital Photography Handbook

The Digital Photography Handbook has been a best seller in the UK, and this version is now fully updated to include the latest developments in digital technology. This book is the perfect accompaniment for any photographer looking to learn more about photography as a whole. It starts from the very beginning, looking at digital cameras and their features before looking at different types of camera available to help you choose what is right for you. The book then provides a guide to simple ...