Click: The Ultimate Photography Guide for Generation Now

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Amphoto Books, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 144 pages
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Teens love to take pictures of their friends, their families, their dogs, their noses . . . now they can get serious with Click,the first how-to photography book written by teens for teens. The author is eighteen-year-old Charlie Styr, assisted by writer and photography editor Maria Wakem, and the book is illustrated with more than 150 photos taken by teen photographers around the world. After discovering basic equipment, composition, and lighting, readers explore 27 high-interest techniques, from portraits to action, macro, shooting at night, special effects, and more, with Styr’s clear how-to advice plus sample photos by teens. Tips from new and established pros, including industry veteran Art Wolfe, Pulitzer Prize winner Vincent Laforet, National Geographic photographer David McLain, and celebrity photographer Chris Buck, bring great photographs totally within reach. Ready? Set? Click!

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I found this book to be very informative and also easy to read and understand. As a new inexperienced photographer I found this book to be an excellent guide for photography. When reading this book you don’t have to know much at all about cameras or photography to understand what it is talking about. In my opinion this book does a very good job in introducing new photographers into the vast world of photography and I would recommend it to anyone that is starting off. 

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