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.
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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.
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. 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.
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.
And quite right too. Prior to this shameful absence this I had used many 35 mm cameras from basic point and shoot through to more serious equipment such as Canons Ftb and F1. Mainly cos it is a stronger, sturdier camera body with metal frame and weather sealing I, in a moment of insanity, downloadd a 7D.
Lovely camera, wonderfully comfortable to use, for me anyhow. But complicated???
OK, The books. Basically and simply put I found these books to be a very useful set of tools for anyone who, like me, has difficulty with all the theory.
Over the years I learned enough to shoot without having to stop and think about settings. I like Scotts credo of telling me what to do, rather than going into theory of his technique he simply describes a situation then tells how he shot it.
He goes on to show why but simply which, as i said, I like. I like the books and happily recommend them to a novice and even a returning photographer facing a daunting technology, I bought 4 which to really nit pick, I found to be the weakest of the series but still and all, an informative and enjoyable read. One person found this helpful.
I'm just starting in the world of DSLR photography in order to do two things: Those are very, very different aspects of digital photography due to so many factors -- depth of field, lighting, subject matter, framing -- and yet this series of books has given me untold amounts of aid in setting myself up to take some great photos. The first book in the series is sort of like a second primer; I wouldn't use it as the absolute first resource in learning digital photography, but once you've had experience, it's a great refresher and gives you some tips and "secrets" you probably didn't get from wherever you did start learning the ropes.
The later parts of book 1, and pretty much all of book 2 and 3, cover specific types of photography, with each page giving you some detail, tip, or setup option, and telling you in plain terms how to achieve it. Pricing is busted out in 3 flavors: This helps you determine where you can spend gads of money to get the best stuff, and where you can skimp to save a couple bucks.
The tips and tricks are written as if Kelby was there with you, just pointing out how to achieve this or that. There's no "An arpeture refers to the size of the hole It's all "What do you want? Here's how you set up your camera to get that. For Dummies book on DSLR photography or hit the web if you're unfamiliar with anything Kelby talks about, but most likely, if you've got this book, you're already at least a little bit familiar with your camera.
Best parts for me: Those sections are a gold mine, because they are the kind of tips that can apply in almost any given situation what to carry, how to pack your camera bag, what items you'll access most often, quick routes through your camera's menus, etc.
For Dummies guide, which got me up and running.
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This attractive boxed set includes: Scott Kelby, the man who changed the "digital darkroom" forever, shows which buttons to push, which settings to use, when to use them, and hundreds of the most closely guarded photographic "tricks of the trade" to get budding photographers shooting dramatically better-looking, sharper, more colorful, more professional-looking photos with their digital camera every time they press the shutter button.
Scott tackles the most important side of digital photography—how to take pro-quality shots using the same tricks today's top digital pros use and it's easier than you'd think. Each chapter is packed with plain English tips on using flash, shooting close-up photography, travel photography, shooting people, and even how to build a studio from scratch, where he demystifies the process so anyone can start taking pro-quality portraits today!