The Best of The Digital Photography Book Series: The step-by-step secrets for how to make your photos look like the pros'!
What could top the #1 best-selling photography book of all time?
We’re talking about the award-winning, worldwide smash hit, written by Scott Kelby, that’s been translated into dozens of different languages, because it’s the one book that really shows you how to take professional-quality shots using the same tricks today’s top digital pros use.
Well, what if you took that book, created four more just like it but with even more tips, plucked out only the best tips from all five of THOSE books, updated the images, referenced all-new gear, and added a completely new chapter on how to make the transition from shooting photos with your phone to making photographs with your new DSLR?
In The Best of The Digital Photography Book, you’ll find all of Scott’s favorite tips and techniques curated and updated from The Digital Photography Book, Parts 1-5, along with a brand new chapter on transitioning from your phone to a full-fledged DSLR. You’ll find everything that made the first five titles a success: Scott answering questions, giving out advice, and sharing the secrets he’s learned just like he would with a friend–without all the technical explanations and techie photo speak. This book will help you shoot dramatically better-looking, sharper, more colorful, more professional-looking photos every time.
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How to Soften the Light from Your Flash
Shooting Your Flash in Manual Mode
When to Use a Fisheye Lens
Shoot at the fStop You Bought the Lens
Avoid Increasing Your ISO on a Tripod
What to Do When You Cant Turn Your Strobe Power Down
What Not to Shoot with Your 50mm Lens
Look for Clouds to Hold the Color
In This Case Less Gear Is More
Dont Shoot Down on Flowers
Using Foam Core
Which Brand of Camera Should You Buy?
Removing Spots and Specks After the Fact
What People Looking at Your Photos See First
How to Take a Selfie
Taking Great Photos of Newborn Babies
Create a Shot List
Change Your Vantage Point to Add Interest
Which Lenses to
The Golden Rule of Landscape Photography
RAW or JPEG?
You Need to Sharpen After the Fact
Ignore Your Histogram
Stop Reading Books About Photography