Langford's Starting Photography: A Guide to Better Pictures for Film and Digital Camera Users
If you are serious about learning photography this is the book needed to get started.
This authoritative classic, written by a leading international photography writer and lecturer has been updated by successful photographer, lecturer and best-selling Photoshop Elements author, Philip Andrews.
Benefit from his skill, experience and knowledge quickly as you learn how to use photography creatively, from scratch. All the fundamental basics are covered: how to select and compose a good picture; how different cameras operate, whether film or digital; how to use the camera's controls - shutter speed, focus, zoom, flash etc; advice on how best to tackle different subjects - people, places, animals, landscapes, or close-ups, as well as invaluable scanner and printing techniques.
* Comprehensive and friendly guide to get you started fast whether using film or digital cameras
* Lavishly illustrated with inspirational color images throughout to illustrate what can be achieved
* Practical suggestions for experimental projects help improve your technique
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