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Digital Photographer\'s Handbook

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book for beginners and experts alike 6 mai 2014
Par T. P. Easterly - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I knew when I saw the Dorling Kindersley logo on the front cover that this book would be incredible. Dorling Kindersley never fails to provide quality informational books.

I am currently the Photo Editor at my university's student-run newspaper, a Pacemaker award winning publication. This handbook is an incredible addition to my collection of books on photojournalism and photography, and a great reference for our staff photographers.

Whether you're a beginner looking to purchase your first DSLR or an experienced photographer with many years experience, this book has something for everyone. It details all the basics about cameras and how to take a picture, from the most basic lighting and composition information to the more detailed instructions on shooting completely in manual for every situation. It gives a background on every style of photography imaginable - from portraits and street photography to live events and even camera phone photography. A large chunk of the book is devoted to image development and post processing information, covering everything from the basics like cropping and rotation to the more complicated editing methods like cloning and toning, and everything in between. It has up-to-date information on the more recent versions of PhotoShop and other editing softwares. If there's something about photography you want to know, this book has it.

I highly highly recommend this book for purchase for beginners and experts alike. It has a great wealth of information on all aspects of photography, covering core skills, projects, image development, sharing photography, a great purchasing guide, and a section titled "Going Further" with information on building a portfolio, copyright law, and more.

This book is incredible.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent reference book for intermed+ , not Photog 101 13 septembre 2004
Par jeanne425 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This is an excellent digital photography reference book, but it should be noted upfront that it is not "How to take photos 101". If you need to understand basics like f-stops and exposure, there are 100's of other books out there better suited for you. I mention this because another reviewer was critical for those omissions. The author assumes you have basic photographic understanding, and works upward from there. I don't want or need basic information, and it was refreshing to find a current (2004) book that doesn't waste space on the elementary. I'd checked out a dozen books from the library prior to this one (which had a waiting list), and this one was the only one I am purchasing.

This is not a book intended to be read front to back. It is a reference book best digested in chunks. It starts off with some technical info on digital, as well as film, cameras, followed by info on PCs, monitors, scanners, printers and software. Not terribly exciting, but I read a few paragraphs here and there and did learn a few things. From there the book is organized in "topic format" allowing you to quickly find on your present interest, be it photographing buildings, clouds, animals, sports, children, etc. Then it progresses into scanning, color management, cropping, correcting and enhancing images, filters, and other creative processes prior to finalinzing your image, and also speaks to certain software.

Overall the book is intelligently organized. Interspersed throughout are "Quick Fix" charts for a multitude of issues, enabling a quick scan across a page or two to find your issue, which is a real benefit. At the end of the book, there is also an extensive glossary, a couple of pages of web resources, and a list of manufacturer and software websites, as well as some further reading suggestions. Lastly, there is an extensive index, a real plus for any reference book.

The book does have a few weak points, such as needless text on the internet and viruses. And the inclusion of information on hardware is risky due to frequent technology changes. But I do admire the author's idea to include complementary material.

The book is loaded with beautiful photos on nearly every page, which will serve to inspire your creativity. The pages are top quality stock, coffee-table book quality, and the hardcover is a full color replica of the dustjacket. I plan to keep this out in full view on a table, not buried in a bookcase.

If you are a competent digital photographer looking to refine your technique and expand creatively beyond merely saving/printing photos with little editing, this book is for you. The intent is to make a good phographer a great photographer.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 My Professor says that this is a really good all in one book 4 février 2015
Par Sarah Acus-Souders - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
My Professor says that this is a really good all in one book. It provides the mechanical along with the technical portion of photography. This book also shows about editing too. I think this book is good for all cameras too from a 10 yr. old digital camera to the newest one on the market.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A must have for every camera user 22 mars 2014
Par NYnurse12 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Mr. Ang compiled a lot of the needed info about photography which includes tricks to improve photos. His book teaches you almost everything to get that moment in your lens. it is just a matter of reading it because to apply the necessary ingredients for that great capture.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Very Helpful for Beginners 3 décembre 2010
Par lovemyhubby628 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I am a beginner and I have learned so much already from reading this book. It goes from start to finish from how to hold a camera, to what computer programs you should have, scanners, TONS of wonderful pictures, and how to fix problems with your camera and pictures. I love that at the end of the book he gives tips and ideas on how to become a better photographer as well as how to create portfolios on how to do this professionally and starting your own business. I really recommend reading it!
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