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Looking for a digital photography book for that special someone (or yourself) for Christmas? Here are 12 books that we’ve previously reviewed here on DPS to help you make your choice.
I’ve included links to the book on Amazon, our reviews and a quick quote from our reviews for each book. They are listed in no particular order. Enjoy!
“This book (pictured right) is one of the best selling digital photography books ever – and for good reason. It’s a must read for those starting out and intermediate photographers alike…. 9 out of 10”
“Don’t let the dry title fool you. This book will help you with composition, depth of field and other aspects of photography.”
“It’s not a book that covers all aspects of photography but for what it sets out to do it does very well…. 4 stars out of 5”
“A good read for a cold winter evening or when you need a little inspiration.”
“If you’re looking for a technical book then this is probably not the book for you. If you’re looking for an easy to read book for beginners to help you improve your shots of friends and family – you’ll probably enjoy this one.”
“If you’re a beginner, go and buy yourself this book.”
“a 400 page extravaganza filled with everything you could possibly want to know about the digital darkroom and the tools surrounding it.”
“I’m fairly new to photoshop CS3 and find this a really helpful book. Yesterday showed this book to my brother who uses photoshop all day every day and he couldn’t put it down either.”
“Not only a great resource, but also an engaging read that wont leave you with anything less than dozens of ideas for expanding your photography business and your own marketing techniques. ”
“Closeup Shooting is a great book if you’re just getting into the world of Macro or have given it a go and want to take things a step further. It would be helpful to have some knowledge/experience of photography though as there is a certain level of technical language that is assumed…. 8.5 out of 10”
“While it won’t teach you how to use the different features of your camera (it’s a book about composition) – it is probably a book you need to read before (or at least while) you are mastering your camera.”
“I’m a fan of Complete Digital Photography and think it would recommend it to beginners through to intermediate digital photographers – particularly point and shoot users or those new to DSLRs wanting to get a little more manual control…. 4.5 stars out of 5”
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