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Publisher Description

Everything you need to know in one take-anywhere field guide!

This all-in-one guide from renowned photographer, instructor, and author Bryan Peterson will help you take better photos anytime, anywhere–with any camera.

Want to finally understand exposure? Interested in learning to "see" and composing your images more creatively? Ready to master the magic of light? It’s all here, the techniques every amateur photographer needs to take better nature, landscape, people, and close-up photos. You’ll even get creative techniques, like making "rain" and capturing "ghosts," and practical advice on gear, equipment, and postprocessing software. Filled with Bryan’s inspirational photographs, this is the one essential guide for every camera bag.

GENRE
Arts & Entertainment
RELEASED
2009
August 18
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
400
Pages
PUBLISHER
Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony/Rodale
SELLER
Penguin Random House LLC
SIZE
69.4
MB

Customer Reviews

Jeff Weiler ,

Different Format, But Great

This is the first iBook I've come across that maintains the formatting and two-page spreads. It works really well, plus Bryans tips and instruction is awesome. I thought I knew a lot about photography, but I'm realizing from this book that I still have much to learn. So even if you're an experienced photog, you can learn from this book. Plus his example pictures are inspiring me to look at my photography in a new way.

LiquidityRC ,

The book is great however it is NOT iOS 5 compatible

Download the sample to see that the format will not work with iOS 5 iBooks. The book worked fine with iOS 4.X, but when iOS 5 came out the format got stuck in landscape mode. You must zoom in and out to read the book. Not too mention that not all the pictures will load. I have brought this to the attention of Apple CS as well as the Publisher. iTunes CS will not issue a refund as it is against their ToS. The publisher has yet to get back with me. Before you pay any money for this book (which was great under iOS 4.X) download the sample to see for yourself that it does not format correctly.

The only reason it gets 2 stars is because it worked great under the previous operating system and is a great book when it worked.

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