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Digital Photographers Guide to Exposure

This is a great book to have on your shelf at home. The book is written in a clear way, is well laid out and is a fountain of useful information. The well structured chapters have plenty of images which are both informative and a pleasure to look at. The wealth of information is perfect for beginners and also for photographers with slightly more knowledge. It's really a great guide and well worthy of a few stars.

Get the most from your digital home movie making

This is a great book for an amateur who needs to know everything from choosing your camera to software choices and editing. The book isn't really for the seasoned pro as a lot of the points made are very basic but it will be perfect for someone looking to improve the quality of their home videos. The information squeezed into the six chapters is easy to follow and is well illustrated with useful examples. If you want some basic advice on how to improve your family videos then this book...

The Digital Photographers A to Z

Another book formatted like the Photoshop A to Z from the same author/publishing company which has the same structure thousands of terms, each explained in a paragraph or two and organized in an A to Z directory. This one has 7 chapters, each with sub categories. Chapter 1 is the word finder where you look up a word, which has a number beside it -for example Intaglio (Yes, thats what we thought!) has 5.006 at the side. You then proceed to chapter 5, item 006. As we said in the review pf Photosh...

The Photoshop Users A to Z

A book with over 3000 terms, each explained in paragraph or two and organized in an A to Z structure that are grouped within 10 chapters each with sub categories where do we begin! Well let's start at the beginning, because finding a word from anywhere else is as about as confusing as it's possible to be. The book is designed to be used by first looking up the word you want to find in Part 1 the word finder. You then look up the number alongside the word, for example 1.228 for Marching Ants, a...