Photography Book Collection
100 Minutes to Better Photography
This audio book works on 2 levels. A series of easy-to-apply tips can improve almost any amateur photographer's technique in 100 minutes of casual listening. For the more serious student, willing to take notes and listen more than once, this is a complete, information-packed course in photography, from the basics of exposure and depth of field to mood control, lens theory, and composition. It can take a beginner to "Advanced Photographer" level. It is ideal for photographers without formal academic training in photography. It has been praised and recommended by Popular Photography, Library Journal, Booklist, and others.
101 Essential Tips: Photography
Covering every aspect of photography and video, these handy guides feature step-by-step photos and easy-to-understand information on the basics and a bit more. Includes more than 250 full-color photos.
Advanced Black-And-White Photography (The Kodak Workshop)
by Martin L. Taylor (Editor), Owen Butler, Hubert Birnbaum, jill EnfieldMore Details and Ordering
Adventures in Closeup Photography
by Leif Ericksenn, Els Sincebaugh, Lief Ericksenn
Basic 35Mm Photo Guide : For Beginning Photographers
The author, Craig Alesse , October 23, 1998 for beginners only, a best seller, 140,000 sold
Teaches basic photography step by step using 178 photos. Learn about f-stops, shutter speeds and the important film loading, the easy way. One of the top selling photo books in print.
Better Picture Guide to Black & White Photography : Better Picture Guide SeriesMore Details and Ordering Synopsis Under this book's expert guidance, even amateur photographers can create the dramatic effects of tone and texture that top professionals achieve using black-and-white film. This third title in a series is specially sized to fit most camera bags and shows how to produce black-and-white photos that have mood, atmosphere, and a certain mystique that cannot be achieved by using color. 190 illustrations.
Better Picture Guide to Photographing PeopleMore Details and Ordering
Creative Techniques for Photographing Children
by Vik OrensteinMore Details and Ordering Synopsis In her concrete, instructive style, Vik Orenstein covers everything one needs to know to take exciting and innovative photographs of children. Dozens of tips and instructions for bringing creativity to kids' photos are featured, including posing and catching great non-posed shots, working with children as models, advice on equipment, and more.
Better Picture Guide to Travel Photography (Better Picture Guide Series)
Digital Camera Design GuideMore Details and Ordering Synopsis Hundreds of thousands of photographers, from amateurs to professionals, are moving to digital photography and they are hungry for in-depth guides that show them how to get the most out of this new and exciting medium. This guide shows readers how to master the art of digital imaging and picture taking. This four-color guide is jam-packed with hundreds of tips, techniques, stimulating step-by-step projects, and unique special effects. The CD includes a full working shareware copy of 32-bit Paint Shop Pro, a complete toolkit for image manipulation, and more.
Don't Take My Picture : How to Take Fantastic Photos of Family and Friends (And Have Fun!) (The Point & Shoot Guide!)
Summary of Contents
A fun to read guide for anyone who takes photos of friends and family!INCLUDES: choosing a camera, the technical stuff (but only what you MUST know!), sharp pictures with a point and shoot camera, composition, light, catching the moment, candid and formal photos, groups shots, celebrations and special times, showing off your photos, extra creative ideas, and checklist for successful photos of people.
How to Take Good Pictures : A Photo Guide by Kodak
GREAT PICTURES IN A SNAP! Are your snapshots never quite as good as you'd like them to be? Do you love taking pictures, but want to understand more about photography? Are your pictures always too light or too fuzzy? Then this book is for you! For more than seventy-five years, millions of picture-takers have trusted Kodak's How to Take Good Pictures to give them all the information they need to take great photos. And now it's been completely revised and updated with information on the very latest camera technology. No matter how much your camera does for you automatically, you still need to know the information in How to Take Good Pictures.
SynopsisThe classic six-million-copy bestseller--now completely revised and updated to reflect the latest camera technology. Features include the top ten techniques for better pictures; how to fix mistakes--and keep from making them--information on the technicalities--from speed to lighting--how to take great pictures of any subject; and more. Color photos throughout.
John Hedgecoe's Complete Guide to Photography : A Step-By-Step Course from the World's Best-Selling Photographer
Kodak Guide to 35Mm Photography (Ac-95)
by Eastman Kodak Co Staff
Kodak Guide to Shooting Great Travel Pictures : How to Take Travel Pictures Like a Pro
Book DescriptionThe most authoritative guide to travel photography for vacationers---with everything you need to know to take travel pictures like a pro, whether you use a point-and-shoot camera or a single-lens reflex.·Loaded with tips, each illustrated with color photos (250 in all, many from Kodak's own extensive archives).·Written by Jeff Wignall, author of numerous Kodak books on photography techniques.·Contains special 6-page albums by distinguished travel photographers Peter Guttman, Catherine Karnow, and Boyd Norton, with their pro tips on shooting portraits, keeping a travel journal, and capturing wildlife on film.
SynopsisWignall provides a guide featuring down-to-earth text which explains how to get the best shots of popular vacation scenes such as churches, landscapes, panoramas, mountains, and seashores. More than 200 photos selected from Kodak's archives and from the portfolios of well-known travel photographers illustrate points made in the text and exemplify the effects amateurs can achieve.
Kodak Pocket Guide to 35Mm Photography
by Kodak Staff
Photographing Children (Pro-Photo Series)
by Liz Walker
Professional Secrets for Photographing Children
by Douglas Allen Box
The A-Z of Creative Photography : Over 70 Techniques Explained in Full
by Lee Frost
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Photography (Complete Idiot's Guide)More Details and Ordering From using simple point and shoot cameras to darkroom basics, this book offers step-by-step guidelines for taking the very best vacation shots, family photos, nature panoramas, and more. Featured are useful tips on shopping for cameras and lenses, as well as advice on how to create breathtaking photographs with the most basic equipment. Also included are strategies for avoiding "red eye" and other photo flaws.
In this Complete Idiot's Guide, you get idiot-proof steps to creating breathtaking photographs with the most basic equipment, expert advice on choosing the right camera and accessories for your needs, money-saving tips and smart shopping strategies, easy-to-follow instructions for setting up a darkroom and developing your own pictures, and tips, definitions, and warnings to help you along the way.
The Pocket Idiot's Guide to Photography (Pocket Idiot's Guides)
Too many people have experienced the perils of bad photography: either the pictures are too dark, too out-of-focus, or just too dull. This carry-along book helps readers create timeless, memorable shots with even the simplest camera equipment. Author Roger Woodson provides simple, step-by-step instruction on purchasing a camera, choosing the right film, adjusting to outdoor and indoor lighting, and much more. Roger Woodson, a seasoned how-to writer with more than 25 years of photography experience, has published more than 40 how-to books and has authored The Complete Idiots Guide to Photography. The founder of Images International, a photo agency, Mr. Woodson lives in Bowdoinham, Maine.
Too many people have experienced the perils of bad photography with pictures that come out too dark, out-of-focus, or just too dull. This carry-along book helps readers create timeless, memorable shots with even the simplest camera equipment. Step-by-step instructions give guidance on purchasing a camera, choosing the right film, correct lighting, and more.
Using Your Camera : A Basic Guide to 35Mm Photography
"Instruction books have begun to resemble software manuals," says George Schaub, "but despite the new clothing, picture-taking is virtually the same as it was in the past--a human being in possession of a machine that can freeze an instant in time." Illustrations teach fundamentals of photography.
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