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A horizontal format paperback with blue and white graphics throughout. The book does little more than replace the Adobe guide that comes with Photoshop. If you have that you don't need this book. If, on the other hand, you're one of the many who doesn't have the book (I can't think why!) then it will help you get to grips. The information is laid out well, easy to read and covers most elements of Photoshop, but it's dull visually and lacks creative ideas. It's low price is a bonus!
This book is all about flash and how you can use it to create stunning portraits that really do stand out from the crowd. It's less of a lesson and more about going on a journey with Joe through the various shots he's taken. Yes, he uses technical jargon that beginners may not understand but this sits along side jokes and a conversation style that's so enjoyable to read you soon forget your learning how to improve your photography. All the photos are inspirational and the diagrams that...