Edition: 2nd 2014
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Description: The Digital Photography Book Part 2, Second Edition, follows in the footsteps of the wildly successful The Digital Photography Book, Part 1, giving photographers nearly two hundred more closely guarded photographic "tricks of the trade" to get them shooting dramatically better-looking, sharper, more colorful, more professional-looking photos with their digital camera every time they press the shutter button. It's more of that "Ah ha-so that's how they do it," straight-to-the-point info, skipping the techno jargon. It's packed with information that every photographer can use today!Like the original, each page covers just one trick, just one single concept. With every page, photographers learn another pro setting, another pro tool, another pro trick to transform their work from snapshots into gallery prints. In this book, best-selling photography book author Scott Kelby offers great tips on using flash, shooting close up photography, travel photography, shooting people, and even how to build a studio from scratch, where he demystifies the process so anyone can start taking pro-quality portraits today!Camera technology advances quickly, and in this update to the 2007 edition of The Digital Photography Book, Part 2, Scott has updated all the tips and tricks to be current for today's photographer. The equipment Scott uses and recommends to the reader has been updated, as well as prices, links, and pictures. This is especially the case in the flash and studio chapters. And in the chapter covering landscape shooting, Scott adds a brand-new section, entitled "The Seven Deadly Sins of Landscape Photography," where he discusses the biggest traps in landscape shots-and how to avoid them in order to create breathtaking imagery.