How to Take Perfect Scrapbook Pictures

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Memory Makers Books, 2005 - Crafts & Hobbies - 112 pages
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It's a simple rule for getting great scrapbook pages: The better the photos, the better the page. With How to Take Perfect Scrapbook Pictures, readers will discover how to improve the quality of their pictures. This guide: * Covers equipment essentials so scrapbookers can purchase the best supplies for the best pictures * Provides dozens of before and after photos so readers can see in meaningful ways the immediate effect of the correct techniques * Presents hands-on activities for scrapbookers to learn key lessons in order to build their photography sklls Portraitures, composition, lighting, and more are covered, allowing scrapbookers to capture just the right shot.

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User Review  - Heather19 - LibraryThing

This is a good starter book for people who want to learn how to take pictures in a professional way. Most of the book simply didn't apply to me though; I have a digital camera, and only a few short pages were dedicated to those. Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
7
SLR Cameras
13
Film Digital Media 1827
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Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Joann Zocchi is currently an assistant professor of photography at the University of Colorado in Denver. She has an MFA from Massachusetts College of Fine Art. She is a Guggenheim Fellowship recipient, with work in major collections and museums across the United States. Joann lives in Centennial, Colorado.

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