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John Hedgecoe’s Basic Photography

This book is great for the beginner, its split into twenty easy to follow sections and tells the user everything they need to know to help them improve their photography technique. It goes from explaining what functions are available on a camera to how to use image editing software in post-production. All the tips are illustrated by colourful and useful images and each tip can be found with ease thanks to the books bullet point system. The tips are straight to the point and explain things in ...

Photographing babies & toddlers

From the writer of many highly successful photographic books comes this one focused on the world of the young child. In his usual style the book has well presented pictures and clearly written captions to help those who want to learn and don't want to trawl through loads of waffle. It takes you through the early stages from birth to crawling and walking with info on how to prop up the tiny ones who can't sit to making the ones who can frown smile. If you have a child on the way or someone has as...

The Art of Digital Photography

This book is not a text book. It doesn't tell you how to do a particular technique, instead, it shows you a great collection of images and explains how and why they were taken. The book is full of well-taken images which are beautiful to look at and supported by the author's notes. All the images are split into chapters which are headed by explanations and have an abundance of photographs for you to admire. Many subjects are covered and it's the perfect book to sit down and just browse for...

The New Manual of Photography

Branded as "the definitive guide to photography in every format" this book, by arguably the most famous photography author, is published by the most illustrative book company Dorling Kindersley. It doesn't have the same graphical design treatments that we're used to with DK but does have a very clear layout with clean pages, and loads of illustrative photos. My first photography book was a Hedgecoe and I like his style - to the point and full of useful snippets of info. This one continues in the...

The new manual of photography

The new manual of photography is a huge guide which is jam-packed with explanations, tips and photographs to aid you on your photography road of discovery. Text is written in very manageable chunks and you can easily pick-up and put this book down at your leisure. If the main body of text doesn't give you enough information, there's also large captions, found under each image, which tell you how, when and what the image was taken on. There's plenty of images which are well taken and aid in...