The Basic Beginner’s Guide to Photography Light & Exposure by Scott Bourne & Richard Harrington

The Basic Beginner’s Guide to Photography Light & Exposure

By Scott Bourne & Richard Harrington

  • Release Date: 2013-01-10
  • Genre: Photography
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Description

Through the years, we’ve heard countless requests for a basic photo guide. At Photofocus.com,
we’ve published thousands of articles to help photographers at all levels. However we realize that those new to photography seek a clear place to start (plus a good refresher course never hurts anybody). 

If you’re new to photography this book is for you.It will help you through the jargon and give you a solid start. This book contains inspirational examples as well as detailed walk-throughs, interactive images, quizzes, and movies. If you want a strong, simple guide that covers the basics of making good photographs with a digital camera, keep reading.

Reviews

  • This book won't open

    1
    By Food challenged person
    Have tried to open this book many times and tried everything including shut down, changing settings, trying to repurchase. It will not load. A rip off.
  • An interactive way to learn.

    5
    By Gru’s minion
    An informative guide for both beginning photographers and those who would like to brush up on their skills. Interactive quizzes and video are a nice touch.
  • Beginners and Advanced will benefit!

    5
    By CatahoulaMom
    I know the basics but need to be reminded. I keep forgetting to pay attention to the LIGHT. This book inspired me to try Manual exposure and watch the light.
  • The photography book all others should be

    5
    By Bookfreak69
    This book is the book that all others should be. In the world of digital media, this book sets the standard for all others to be measured. I loved the way this content was presented. Stunning images, interactive videos and quizzes that insure I am understanding the content. If I ever write a book, this is what I will model after.

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