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Camera: A History of Photography from Daguerreotype to Digital

Camera: A History of Photography from Daguerreotype to Digital is an almanac for photographers. Documenting everything from the very beginnings of photography right through to the rise of the digital age and beyond, this book is a must for any photography enthusiast wanting to learn about just how the equipment they use came to be. Packed with all the information you could ever want to know about each and every camera, and going through them in order of their age, this book, is a great a...

Curious Cameras

Curious Cameras is a visual journey through the evolution of the camera, from the earliest daguerreotype camera through to novelty toy cameras. If you have an interest in cameras through the ages then this is the book for you. Featuring 183 cool cameras from the strange to the spectacular, author Todd Gustavson starts at the very beginning, with an explanation of how the daguerreotype process works. There are many weird and wonderful cameras here and the knowledge acquired of these to be...

iPhone Artistry

This book is ideal if you are into your iPhoneography. Whether you have just bought your first iPhone or have been using it for a while, the book will give you advice and tips on how to get the most out of your iPhones camera. It details what the iPhone is capable of and also runs through many apps that you can purchase for varying uses on your phone, such as basic editing, creative editing, filters, HDR and more. The book is nicely laid out with plenty of images to help and inspire. The a...

Pentax K10D (Magic Lantern Guides)

If you look at a manual and just get confused you need to take a look at this book. It isn't the nicest looking book in the world but it does give you the information needed to use your camera correctly. The style the book is written in and the size of the text make the book easy to read and it's small enough to carry in your bag. It's a shame the images are black and white as some are lacking in detail and others are not as clear as they would be in colour. Apart from this, it's a useful ...