Want to know how to take better photos? Well, first you need to master the basic techniques. Whether you are a complete beginner or an intermediate looking to improve your photography, this book is packed with photography techniques, tips and advice for beginners and intermediates.
A complete course laid out in a simple, visual and easy to read format that is devoid of technical jargon, this book helps you understand all the essentials such as:
Rather than simply using long-winded descriptions, each function, technique, and setting comes with an illustration or example photograph, so you can more easily see how all these work and the effects they create.
While these days most people have moved on to using digital cameras, which have become more complex and in some ways easier to use, the basic principles of photography are just as important today as they ever were. In fact, maybe even more. While it’s easy to switch to auto and think that the camera can do everything, if you want to truly take better photos then you need to take control and learn the basics.
It doesn’t matter what kind of camera you own. The lessons learned in this book can be applied to a film or DSLR camera, a mirrorless camera, a compact camera, or even a phone camera, because the basic principles of photography apply to all types of camera. But you need to first understand how a camera works.
Using the knowledge and skills learned in this book, you can:
So no matter whether you are looking to learn landscape photography, portrait, wildlife, sports, or street photography or just want to photograph your friends, family or travels, this essential photography book will help get you started.
Published by Schmetterling Productions
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