Learn To Take Better Pictures in 4 Hours
The best way to learn photography is plenty of hands-on practice. This is even more true for beginners, where reading from a camera manual is absolutely the worst way to learn photography.
This beginners’ photography handbook takes you by the hand and leads you step by step in discovering photography skills using a DSLR (digital SLR).
Photography exercises that show you exactly what to do after changing your camera settings. The exercises build upon the previous ones, and let you discover that ‘aha’ moment after performing the exercises.
Adapted from an Actual Photography Workshop
The basic photography techniques taught in this beginners’ guide are distilled from Andy Lim’s SimpleSLR Photography Workshops. Having this e-book is almost like being there at Andy’s workshop.
Unlike a regular book, it’s designed to quickly get you up to speed with basic photography principles, and provides a platform for you to experiment and refine your techniques.
This is not another e-book on photography theory. Instead, Andy provides plenty of hand-holding using easy-to-understand conversational language.
Learn to take better pictures in 4 hours with this e-book!
We start off with a section of Photography Exercises to familiarize you with the basic techniques of photography, using a show-and-tell approach. This breakthrough approach has been proven time and again to be effective in getting beginners to start experimenting intelligently with photography. Andy’s approach emphasizes deep understanding, and strives to make photography simple.
Analyze How Images Are Photographed
In the accompanying section called Analyzing The Shot, Andy takes you through his thought process with the photographs that he has taken, describing how he arrived at the combination of settings used for each shot, and further advice on how you can apply these techniques to your own photographs.
Designed For Easy Reading
Lastly, great care has been taken to design an e-book that is easy to use, elegantly crafted and most importantly effective in teaching you photography. This e-book is horizontally laid-out, which maximizes your screen area for reading (instead of the portrait orientation that many e-books use). Paragraphs are narrower for easier reading, and diagrams/photos are used throughout to illustrate each point.
Preview this e-book by checking out a few sample pages. This will give you a good idea what to expect when you purchase it.