May suit a young person or a ‘complete beginner’ but not for the ‘more advanced beginners’ Not entirely what I was expecting – I did look at few pages before purchasing the book and the postage was more than the book itself (bought from World of Books on Amazon) so I won’t complain a lot but I don’t feel I can gain much, if anything at all, from this book. Just to put things into perspective, I own both digital and DSLR cameras and am learning about the different settings – aperture, ISO, shutter speed…. I know what they all mean but wanted a useful guide, all in one, to help me…
Quite basic,. If you’re intermediate (ish) at photography… maybe not suited to you. The book is easy to read and has good photos to show the difference between using different methods and settings in different scenarios. Very nicely presented hardback with some nice sample pictures.However, the book did not give me what I hoped for. It didn’t teach e much outside what I had learnt through a certain level of camera use and experience. I think it would be ideal for a beginner or those who struggle to work out how to frame a shot, having difficulty seeing what is…
Not as expected at all. A book of nice photos, but not much help or advice unless you are an absolute beginner and using auto mode. Not much advice on settings at all. Itâs also a little dated now as published in 2007. Nothing on Astro photography. Not much use, to be honest.
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