Digital Photography for Beginners Vol 28

An indispensable guide for new photographers!

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Good photography is easier to achieve than you might imagine. You don’t need the latest cameras with vast megapixel sensors and lenses that could bankrupt a small country. What you need is a guide to the best ways you can make the most of the equipment you have, and jump-start your creativity into the bargain. This guide is full of hints, tips and features that we hope will dispel some of the preconceptions that budding photographers have, that it is some kind of dark art and difficult to learn. Not so. Learning should be a fun process and within these pages you should find all you need to help you on your way.

Book Details

Weight 0.25 kg
Dimensions 297 × 230 mm
Pages

144

Worldwide Prices

USD $19.99 ¦ CAD $19.99 ¦ AUD $17.99 ¦ NZD $18.99

First Published

Jul 18

Digital Photography for Beginners Vol 28

144 pages of beginner guides, designed to help you improve! Improving your photography has never been easier.

First steps

Looking online or through the pages of adverts in photography magazines, you are presented with an overwhelming choice of makes and models of cameras, lenses and accessories, which must feel overwhelming if you are new to digital photography. Our aim is to help you understand better the types of cameras and lenses available and make some clearer choices about what kind of camera is right for you.

The basics

While it’s true there are a number of technical aspects to get to grips with, understanding and mastering them does not have to be difficult or boring. The first part of this guide is designed to walk you through the key skills and techniques you need in order to become a more confident photographer. All the main aspects are covered with easy-to-follow guides to aperture, shutter speed, ISO and more.

Do more

Becoming confident with your cameras, lenses and the essential skills is a huge part of being a good photographer. Once you have a good grounding in technique, it’s time to expand your repertoire, explore your creative side and try new things that you might not have thought of before. With that in mind, we have a section of photo projects for you to look at, which should get you out and about and trying new things.