Digital Photography for the Rest of Us
Cameras Don’t Take Great Photos, People Do
Having a fancy expensive camera is fantastic, but it can still give you mediocre photos. And having a camera with lots of buttons doesn’t mean creating great shots has to be technical or difficult either.
This book is for everyone who loves to take photos, but doesn’t necessarily want to get a full-fledged college degree just to make them look great. It is specifically geared towards family photographers: those of you who always get recruited to take the pictures because you “have a great camera.”
With what you learn here, you’ll quickly and easily be able to:
- Capture the shot of your son playing high school football.
- Get digital photos of your niece performing in a school play.
- Record the awe inspiring scenic shots of all your vacations.
- Get up close to capture the beauty of a delicate flower petal.
- And more.
The first section covers digital photography basics and is ideal for beginners. Here you’ll learn why your photos sometimes turn out orange or gray, and how to stop taking pictures of the back of people’s heads when you use the flash.
The higher learning section takes you deeper into expert territory so that serious hobbyists and enthusiasts can introduce a whole new level of quality into their photos. You’ll learn how to focus on exactly what you want; how to make beautiful blurred backgrounds; and how to creatively use color and light to make your photos pop.
In between we cover 19 common mistakes that all beginner photographers make. Then we wrap it up with A bonus section on several ways you can earn money with digital photography.
This 175 page book is jam packed with beautiful full color photos: The good, the bad and the ugly. The extensive photo examples will be enjoyed best on the Kindle Fire, Cloud reader, Kindle for PC, and other Kindle color readers.
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