- A Comprehensive Guide to Capturing Stunning Digital Photos
- Narrated by: Dave Wright
- Length: 1 hr and 41 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
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Photography is one of the most fulfilling, creative, lucrative, and challenging art forms. While cameras come in all shapes, sizes, costs, and capacities, digital cameras have the potential to make any novice photographer seem like an expert with a couple of adjustments.
While photography is art, there are still scientific rules that apply to its expression. While the artistic side of photography can be achieved by the photographer's creativity, passion, and personal expression, the technical side has to be learned.
This comprehensive guide will provide you with the whole gamut of photography. It presents you with a range of basic topics for beginners and advanced photographers and special topics for the expert. By reading Photography: A Comprehensive Guide to Capturing Stunning Digital Photos, you will learn about:
- Basics: how your camera works
- Camera equipment & accessories
- Camera lenses
- Photography techniques
- Photography in fog, mist, or haze
- Night photography
- Portrait lighting
- And much more!
After listening to this book, experience will take over as your guide; it is the best teacher, after all. Never be afraid of tinkering with your camera or experimenting with your photography. When you travel in unexplored territory or, in this case, use something that may not be completely familiar to you, that's where true learning takes place.
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The usefulness of the narrative is limited, as it generally provides a catalog description of devices and techniques, but without usable detail for someone who wants to learn.
But the narrator consistently mispronounced critical terms, demonstrating that, like a TV journalist, a pleasant voice is no guarantee the reader has the slightest clue what the text is about. 'DLSR', indeed.
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I really enjoyed this book bring on more. will read them all whenever they are accessable