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Rick Sammon's Complete Guide to Digital Photography 2.0

The title of the book suggests it's a complete photography guide and the 478 pages do a rather good job at backing this up. The book is well written, the advice is easy to follow and it can be quite inspiring too. Images are in abundance which makes the book easier to work through and there's also Photoshop lessons which show you how to get to grips with post-production editing. The book covers plenty of areas and it's the perfect companion for a photographer who's looking for a guid...

Rick Sammon's digital photography secrets

Learn the tips and tricks used by professional photographer Rick Sammon. The book is split into easy to follow sections and illustrated well. The images are accompanied by text which explains who each of the images were captured by Rick while out on location. There are more than 100 tips to keep both the beginner and pro busy and you will find yourself working through everything from equipment choices to creating drama and making a book. This book is a great reference for photographers and i...

Rick Sammon's exploring the light

In this book Rick Sammon shows us how to make the most of the light available. He shows us what camera setting are best for particular situations and how to obtain the best exposures. The advice is easy to follow and is split into sections which are easily navigated around. The text is supported by large images which illustrate all the points made perfectly. The colours are varied and the layout is simple which means you wont get lost in large areas of text. The book is good for beginners b...

Rick Sammon's Field Guide to Digital Photography: Quick Lessons on Making Great Pictures

This is a quick reference book that gives you an insight into Rick Sammon’s way of working. Although the theme seems to be about taking photographs on holiday, the tips can easily be applied to more local forms of photography. The information is given in small, easy-to-read sections and the language used is easy to understand. As the book is split into small sections, you can pick the book up and read as much, or as little as you want, and the large images make it an entertaining read. ...