ART digital photography books

joy division

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I'd honestly just use your camera and play around...but that's how I learned, I ain't too good at fancy book lernin...most of those beginner books are all bullshit anyway (things you can just learn yourself). I know of a lot of great advanced lighting + business books.
 
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Climbing Cracker

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Oct 13, 2001
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joy division said:
I'd honestly just use your camera and play around...but that's how I learned, I ain't too good at fancy book lernin...most of those beginner books are all bullshit anyway (things you can just learn yourself). I know of a lot of great advanced lighting + business books.

yeah yeah, that and reading through my owner's manual 500 times. :) I have a dozen books on photojournalism, but i thought maybe there was something else. but it looks doubtful :wtc:
 

keroberos

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Jan 16, 2002
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go to BN they have a digital photograph section now, read through the books until you find it explained a way you like.
 

Toasty

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Mar 4, 2005
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The Digital Photography Book by Scott Kelby is supposed to be good.

I haven't seen this one myself, but I've picked up a couple of Adobe-related books by Kelby and I like how they're usually just organized with straight tips on every page.
 

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