Photo Idea Index

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HOW Books, Nov 5, 2005 - Photography - 359 pages
9 Reviews
Not Your Typical Digital Photography Book

Photo Idea Index is a "what if" book intended to supercharge the creative passion and technical savvy of both designers and photographers. Whether you're an amateur or a seasoned pro, this book will expand your vision of the world and provide you with hundreds of ideas and tips designed to strengthen your ability to capture and create images that are intriguing, technically sound and aesthetically attractive.

What's more, every image inside Photo Idea Index was created specifically for this book (no stock photos!) using modestly priced cameras and equipment that are readily available to those of us without mega-amounts of cash to spend. Photo Idea Index is truly a one-of-a kind resource for image-makers of today.

  

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Review: Photo Idea Index: Explore New Ways to Capture and Create Exceptional Images with Digital Cameras and Software

User Review  - Tonia - Goodreads

So far it is a unique, educational and very interesting book that will help any budding photographer stretch her talents in creative ways. I continue to refer to this book when I want ideas that will ... Read full review

Review: Photo Idea Index: Explore New Ways to Capture and Create Exceptional Images with Digital Cameras and Software

User Review  - Coco - Goodreads

"Not your typical 'how to' digital photography book" is right! Instead of focusing on the technical aspects related how a camera works, what sort of camera and gear you should have, and a list of ... Read full review

Contents

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About the author (2005)

Jim Krause has worked as a designer in the Pacific Northwest since the 1980s. He has produced award-winning work for clients large and small, including Microsoft, McDonald's, Washington Apples, Bell Helicopter, Paccar/Kenworth, Northern Trust and Seattle Public Schools. He lives in Bellingham, Washington.

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