Digital Photography Through the Year

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DK, 2012 - Photography - 360 pages
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For anyone who's ever wondered what it takes to capture the nuances of a snowy landscape, to do justice to fall leaves, to catch reflections in a dewdrop, or to convey the exuberant joy of a summer picnic, Tom Ang's Digital Photography Through the Year is the essential companion to photography throughout the changing seasons.

Divided into seasons, each chapter features beautiful, evocative images, and provides details of how to recreate the look. With advice on which settings to use, overcoming potential challenges, dealing with tricky lighting situations, capturing and freezing movement, composing with color, and more, Tom's informal style makes stunning photographic results achievable for both the casual cameraphone user and the SLR expert.

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User Review  - Rebecca - Goodreads

This book is chalked full of great ideas and tips. Really there were almost too many, but did like the concise explanations. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Tom Ang is an award-winning photographer, the presenter of BBC TV's A Digital Picture of Britain, and a best-selling author who has sold more than two million books worldwide.

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