Portrait Photography: From Snapshots to Great Shots

November 10, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Easy to follow I am very much an amateur photographer with an interest in developing my skills. I have tried other books, but always found them to be overly technical and boring to follow. This book, by contrast, is very easy to follow and has great tips both for technical requirements and for photography principles. I now feel a lot more positive about my photography. I would highly recommend this book for non-professional photographers who just want to improve their technique.

Anonymous says:

Good read This book explains the fundamentals of portrait photography in a very good and pleasing way. You would need some basic knowledge in photography prior to reading the book. Also the book doesn’t go very deep in different portrait scenarios but gives sufficient information all the way. There are image examples for every situation.

Anonymous says:

very useful as usual from this series,well laid out,simple to follow but pushing you to improve ypurself. one problem i found was the swapping between full and cropped sensor cameras which i found confusing when checking out the focal length used.

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