Santa Barbara, CA—Nov. 1, 2011—There is no better way to learn than by doing. While theories, histories, best practices, and sciences provide for a thorough knowledge of any subject, at some point you have to apply that information to truly garner knowledge.
Ten Photo Assignments (Rocky Nook, $19.95 USD) provides real-world assignments that guide the novice to intermediate photographer to a true understanding and mastery of the craft. Each assignment includes a list of goals, detailed instructions, illustrations, and examples. Individual assignments build on one another, allowing your mastery to grow as you progress through the book.
Learn about the capabilities and limitations of your equipment, the proper ways to expose a scene for digital capture, how to manage the color of a scene in-camera, and much more.
- Equipment — Evaluating your camera's settings and lens choices
- Color — Understanding white balance settings
- Exposure — Understanding exposure settings and metering
- Composing — Creating the image you envision
- Light — Finding available light and using additional lighting sources
Now you can become a better digital photographer one assignment at a time.
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Ten Photo Assignments
Publisher: Rocky Nook
By Amanda Quintenz-Fiedler
Print ISBN: 9781933952796 Ebook ISBN: 9781457112102
Print Price: $19.95 Ebook Price: $9.99
About Rocky Nook
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