The Best Guide to Take Amazing Photos
Photography, either for professional or personal means, has injected itself into nearly every part of our lives. Whether it is something unique for the purpose, like a digital camera, or just that often used feature on your cellphone, it surrounds our lives. Tourist destinations are covered with what seems like two cameras to a person. Parties are filled with people "snapping" pictures of themselves, others or even décor. You need your picture professionally taken for personal identification, Christmas cards, school memories, etc. Without carrying on this way much longer, photography truly is nearly everywhere!
The only way to stop or at least limit these seemingly never ending problems with photography is to start from the beginning, understand the basics and work your way forward.
In this day and age it seems that photography is more common than it ever has been before. It's also easier and easier to manipulate an image to let it become the type of picture that you had envisioned. There are phone applications, software, and Photoshop all at the ready to help you bring your pictures to life! But what if I told you that there is a way to make your pictures stand the test of time and be even more captivating? Even if you digitally alter things, there are a couple of fundamental rules you can follow to improve your photography significantly over the course of seven days or less! This book is here to help you figure out exactly what you can be doing to take your photography to the next level. You will be able to go from snapshots to candid, heartfelt photos in under a week! It is truly amazing where technology has brought us, and the art of digital photography is arguably at its peak.
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- Barbara L Wilson
There is no content in this book
I disliked this book because it is only a overview of what could be. Completely unnecessary. I wish I could get my money back.