Unleash the professional photographer in you!
Teach Yourself Photography is your complete guide to all the practical know-how, technical information, and creative insight that will turn you into a confident photographer. Covering the very latest in equipment, with essential and straightforward guides to all the techniques--from exposure to use of flash--it will also teach you how to use digital manipulation, software, and all the other technology that will make your pictures strong and memorable. It explains how to do everything from choosing the camera that's right for you to composing your shots. Teach Yourself Photography also features more than 200 inspirational and insightful images on an accompanying CD, along with helpful screengrabs showing you how to get the desired result on screen and paper alike.
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Lee Frost was born in Yorkshire in 1966 and picked up a camera for the first time at the age of 15. A self-taught photographer, he is now regarded as one of Britain’s best known photographic authors. Lee also writes for various photographic magazines including Outdoor Photography and Black & White Photography; shoots stock images for picture libraries that sell throughout the world; and through his company Photo Adventures leads workshops where he passes on his knowledge and experience to small groups of photographic enthusiasts.
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