Announcing my “Greatest Hits” Book (The 'Best of' my Digital Photography Book Series). Scott Kelby; September 21, ; 1; 5 Comments. I am so excited to tell. This is it—the #1 best-selling digital photography book ever! It's the award winning, worldwide smash hit, written by Scott Kelby, that's been translated into. The Best of The Digital Photography Book Series: The step-by-step secrets for how to make your photos look like the pros'! [Scott Kelby] on ditaremcico.tk
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The Digital Photography Book (Volume 1) [scott kelby] on ditaremcico.tk *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Gold Edition with Exclusive One Hour Video by. The Digital Photography Book book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This text tackles the most important side of digital. To start the conversation I thought I'd post a reader review of The Digital Photography Book by Scott Kelby. This review was left in our forums by forum member.
Love it. Thanks for doing another one Scott. Should be another bestseller, Scott! Volume 1 helped me immensely when I was getting into digital photography, and I thank you for that. You need to correct that ASAP! Hi Scott, I own all 5 already. I love the way you use your intellect and sense of humor to get your point across without boring the heck out of folks!!
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I love Scott Kelby. His books are exciting to read, informative at a decent level without being pedantic or boring, and he's a master at explaining complex issues in easy-to-understand terms. If this isn't enough, he gives a lot of "recipes" for achieving some basic and not-so-basic effects that will delight you. But why? There's no rule that says you can't have the best of both worlds.
Yes, teach me how to fish for the long haul. But, like Scott, a few fish on the plate right now would be fantastic.
Scott does throw in a lot of learning that will go far as you advance in your understanding and ability. He just does it so well--and so logically--you absorb it almost painlessly. And if pain is involved, he's kind enough to warn you: This might hurt a bit.
Announcing my “Greatest Hits” Book (The ‘Best of’ my Digital Photography Book Series)
Okay, it's gonna hurt a lot! You've gotta love Dr.
One final compliment: Reading Scott's books is like having him alongside on a personal photo adventure. He's smart, funny and genuine--not always an easy combination to find in a how-to book.
AND his tips are plentiful, useful and understandable for even a beginner. Go ahead, download the boring technical books written in pompous language by the self-promoting "professors" of photography. They're useful and necessary if you want to reach the top layers of the profession.
But you can have the best of both worlds by hanging out with your buddy, Scott Kelby. He won't saddle you with a diet of technical jargon. His goal is to get you in there, shoot the pictures, pick up great tips along the way and enjoy the ride. Great how to digital photography reference book. This book is part one of a series. Once you learn your camera, this is a great go to reference for specific projects.
There twelve chapters in this compact handbook that cover everything a new photographer needs to start off creating quality photos.
Chapter 1, about getting sharp pictures, is a must read. Other then those two, use the book as a primer to get ready for all the different types of photos you will be taking. Weddings, flowers, landscapes, sports travel and people photography are all covered. In addition, a couple of helpful techniques chapters will guide you to creating and sharing your photos. The guidance is short and straight to the point.
Each page of each chapter presents clear steps to getting prepared and executing your photo shoot, from framing to camera settings. A must for new digital photographers and a great refresher for more experienced ones. I was planning a trip and wanted to make sure I got the best use out of my camera rig, which had always been a daunting prospect. After reading this book, I couldn't wait to try out all the different recommendations and scenarios that the author worked through in language that was direct, easy-to-understand and carefully walked the line between critical technical considerations and not getting so geeked out that it would frighten mere mortal photographers.
My post-reading photos are finally something I'm proud of. I'd frame them. People comment on them. And it really didn't take that much effort to get them once I had referenced this book.
The one thing this book doesn't have that some readers might want is a detailed explanation of photography terms, science and deep technical issues, and that was fine with me.
There are plenty of books for that. What Kelby does is tell you how to get a great photo, especially in the most common settings sunsets, weddings, landscapes, sports, portraits The logic is simple for each and he even provides simple setups for different types of photos.
I used his little laundry list of settings for some sunset shots in Hawaii and they came out absolutely stunning.Some lenses have longer focal length and you need them if you're photographing a tight end running up a football field or a grizzly bear munching on salmon.
It's not a book on basic photography concepts that shows you how to make a correct exposure. That's why I'm very happy to recommend it. Is this feature helpful?
I have been shooting my pictures in auto and without a tripod for way too long. And it really didn't take that much effort to get them once I had referenced this book. Get fast, free shipping with site Prime.
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