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The Photographer's Eye: Composition and Design for Better Digital Photos

The Photographer's Eye: Composition and Design for Better Digital Photos

Composition and design for digital photographers covering a broad range of subjects

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Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0: A Visual Introduction to Digital Imaging

Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0: A Visual Introduction to Digital Imaging

Everything you need to know about Adobe Photoshop Elements version 2.0...

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Landscape Photo field guide

The Landscape Photography Field Guide

One of a series of field guides designed to fit into a camera bag, this one will have perhaps the widest appeal.

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low light photo field guide

The low light photography field guide

The Low Light Photography Field Guide is written a photojournalist with over 30 years’ experience, this book is packed with helpful advice.

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shoot video that doesn't suck

How To Shoot Video That Doesn’t Suck

The unashamedly direct title of this book defines a lot of what’s within, by telling the reader exactly what they’re (probably) doing wrong and how to fix it.

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50 photographers

50 Photographers You Should Know

The temptation with list type books like this is to rifle through the contents and see how many you know, and then feel either smug or mildly ashamed depending on how well you do.

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£12.99 %
Freelance market handbook 2012

The Freelance Photographer’s Market Handbook 2012 Edition

If you have any aspirations at all to make money from your photography, then this book should be the first on your list

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Close-Up and Macro Photography

Close-Up and Macro Photography

Review of the book Close-Up and Macro Photography

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Andy Hooper Capture the Moment

Capture the moment

Andy Hooper is one of rare few sports photographers who has traveled the world and photographed nearly every sport under the sun. In his latest book, Capture the Moment, he offers lots of advice...

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Close-up and Macro photography

Macro photography remains ever popular because it’s accessible. Once you have the equipment needed to get up close and personal there’s an endless variety of subjects all around us. Tracy...

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