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E-Books Collection. Contribute to fabbbiob/e-books development by creating an account on GitHub. The Digital Photography Book, Volume 4 by Scott Kelby The Digital Photography Book, volumes 1, 2, and 3, The Adobe Photoshop The Digital Photography. THE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK, PART 4. Scott Kelby's Digital Photography Boxed Set,. Parts Table of Contents.

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The Digital Photography Book Volume 1 Pdf

Digital photography book volume 1 pdf scott kelby. Free Download e-Books I m sure it would be fine with a Surface RT as well. Digital photography book volume . Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Scott Kelby is President of the National Association of The Digital Photography Book, Part 5: Photo Recipes. Scott Kelby. Editorial Reviews. Review. "Kelby's laid-back writing style is perfect for those looking for The Digital Photography Book, Volume 1 1st Edition, Kindle Edition. by.

Leave your recommendations and reader reviews in comments below. This review was left in our forums by forum member nyuk who won this book in a competition here at DPS. I hope you find it helpful. Throughout the book there is light-hearted humour. This appears to be an attempt to make the book less reference-y. I quite like the less formal approach, but imagine for some the humour may diminish the otherwise clear writing style. Each chapter spans a specific area covering off the usual weddings, landscapes, sports, nature, flowers, travel and portraits. Throughout the book you are presented with short snappy stories from the perspective of a pro, situations they have gotten into and some rather unique little tips there is a photo showing a method of wrapping your camera-strap around your arm that is said to achieve a sturdier grip for hand-held shots. The book requires virtually no technical knowledge, but does focus more on owns of dSlr cameras, but many of the techniques noted could transfer over easily.

He just tells you as a friend would. Set your camera at this setting, do this, do that, and there you go. I want to try out everything he explained.

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It's one of those books I would like to have on hand to h This guys writing will drive you nuts at the beginning because he is constantly joking. It's one of those books I would like to have on hand to have as a reference or learning companion as I continue to progress in digital photography.

Extremely helpful. I would recommend this book to beginners or anyone who doesn't have a clue when it comes to lighting, how far you should stand from your subject, what height to shoot from, or if you want to learn professional techniques.

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I would not recommend this book to professionals--you can have the complicated-wording books. I have been shooting my pictures in auto and without a tripod for way too long. I have a basic understanding of photoshop, but I was ready to begin understanding my Nikon, and stop shooting in auto or a preset.

This book got me hooked, I have a better understanding of aperture, shutterspeed, ISO, and white balance--as well as a better understanding of all of the "tools" out there to use. I love photoshop, but knowing how to take a great picture in the first place is just as i I love this book! I love photoshop, but knowing how to take a great picture in the first place is just as important.

Oct 07, Bart rated it really liked it Recommends it for: beginners and hobbyists My veteran photographer friends would laugh at me if they knew I bought this book. I'm a real novice, and many of my friends are professional art and event shooters.

I liked this book, though, because it reminded me a lot of having a conversation with a photographer friend.

In fact, this is a goal clearly stated by the author: he wanted to cut out the technical explanations and write as if he and the reader were out shooting, giving flat advice and instructions. It works for what it is, I picked My veteran photographer friends would laugh at me if they knew I bought this book. It works for what it is, I picked up a lot of tips from the book.

Its main limitation is that it does leave me wondering too much at the "whys" while it answers the "hows. I agree, if you want concise answers and quick results, it's a good book, but if you want to understand the principles behind the tricks, then there's more reading to be done.

He calms down towards the end though. For example, he doesn't use complicated words when explaining how to get great flower shots. He just tells you as a friend would.

Set your camera at this setting, do this, do that, and there you go. I want to try out everything he explained.