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I have convinced several family members to download it as well, and they all really like it. And the proof is in the result. Couple of updates: — Love the fact that this e-book is with me all the time. Whenever I need to check or read up on something I can pull it up on the Kindle which I rarely use , or on my desktop PC or even on the phone while traveling with the kindle reader apps.
The latest and greatest updated version of this book just flows through to the device of your choice instantly. I love that aspect and it really helps to fine tune your photography at leisure or whenever that great light and fantastic place happens and you just have to click, but wished you could check on some particular info. Also there are weekly monthly challenges at times.
Personally, that to me feels like the kind of the highest acknowledgement for this book and author. It takes learning to a whole new level. So it never gets boring or exhausted. As a amateur or pro photographer, there is always some challenge or technique that you can move on to. I have seen a number of great updates since, a lot of them based on reader feedback and needs. Excellent instructions, tons of pictures and a friendly writing style makes one feel as if a pro photographer is guiding you step by step and teaching you his tricks.
There are exercises that help you retain what you learn. I recommend you do the exercises if you are new to the technique and not just read the book passively. That way you can employ those techniques when actually shooting pictures.
I was under the impression that pro photographers always whipped out their cameras and right away shot their for-the-magazines-final pictures with each click.
I felt editing a photograph was not ok and there were so many other myths that I had as a newbie. Being in the field for quite some time, Tony explains the need to persevere, take hundreds of pictures, keep just the good ones and discard the rest, edit and touch-up as required and so many things that made taking great pictures seem so much feasible and accessible to me. While a photography student will not mind studying all the alphabets, others like me appreciate getting straight to the point on how to get a good portrait, how to get a good landscape, what are the pitfalls to avoid, etc.
So this book works great in that respect. Fire and Fury.
Michael Wolff. Speaking in Bones. Kathy Reichs. An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth. Chris Hadfield. Night School. Lee Child. The Midnight Line. Jack and Joe. Diane Capri. Make Me with bonus short story Small Wars. The Martian. Andy Weir. Gray Mountain. John Grisham. Doctor Sleep. Stephen King. Takedown Twenty. Janet Evanovich. Mark Manson. Bones of the Lost.
E L James. The Alice Network. Kate Quinn. Edge of Eternity. Ken Follett. The Guilty. David Baldacci. James Patterson. The Hit. Susan Cain. Thinking, Fast and Slow. Daniel Kahneman. Memory Man.
Dan Brown. Sizzling Sixteen. Yuval Noah Harari. NK Guy. The Last Mile. Personal with bonus short story Not a Drill. The Husband's Secret. Liane Moriarty. The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry.
Rachel Joyce. Training for Photographers. The Cuckoo's Calling. Robert Galbraith. The Casual Vacancy. Winter of the World. Mike Hagen. Cloud Atlas.
David Mitchell. Tony Northrup's Photography downloading Guide: The Essence of Photography. Orphan Train.
Christina Baker Kline. Camino Island. Crazy Rich Asians. Kevin Kwan. The Rosie Project. Graeme Simsion. Photographically Speaking: Jim Harmer. Extraordinary Everyday Photography. Brenda Tharp. A Game of Thrones. DSLR Fundamentals. Brent Betz. Gary John Bishop.
Introduction to Nature Photography. Liz Masoner. Photoshop CC and Lightroom. Stephen Laskevitch. Bob Gallimore. Photography The Digital Photography Guide for Beginners.
David Johnston. Douglas Klostermann. Starting Macro Photography. David Bigwood. Getting off Auto. Giovanna Tucker. Bert Krages. The BetterPhoto Guide to Exposure.
Sean Arbabi. Collins Complete Photography Manual. Klaus Bohn. Nature Photography Volume 1: The Natural Environment. Margaret Brown.
Flash Photography Beginner Tips. Chris T. Landscape Photography. Black and White Photography in the Digital Age. The Outdoor Photography Book. Imagine Publishing. Picture Perfect Practice: Roberto Valenzuela. Tabletop Photography. Cyrill Harnischmacher. Fire and Fury. Michael Wolff. Michael Freeman.
Bird Photography: From Snapshots to Great Shots. Laurie S.
People Pictures: Chris Orwig. The Photographer's Exposure Field Guide. Speaking in Bones. Kathy Reichs. Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 Classroom in a Book. Adobe Creative Team. An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth. Chris Hadfield. Night School. Lee Child. Beyond Portraiture. Understanding Close-Up Photography. Luis Gonzalez. Starting Freelance Photography. The Midnight Line. The Photographer's Eye.