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eBook The Digital Photography Book: Part 1 (2nd Edition) download ISBN: 0321934946
Author: Scott Kelby
Publisher: Peachpit Press; 2 edition (May 20, 2013)
Language: English
Pages: 256
ePub: 1436 kb
Fb2: 1375 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Art and Photo
Subcategory: Photography and Video

This was Scott Kelby's last book I've read after reading all his Digital Photography Book Part 1, 2, 3, 4. I think the way he wrote Part 5 was entirely different than he did in all previous 4 books.

This was Scott Kelby's last book I've read after reading all his Digital Photography Book Part 1, 2, 3, 4. What I liked about this book was he was shooting in all different environments with different lightening set ups giving you the all the necessary parameters related to all the aspects of capturing high quality photos. This item: The Digital Photography Book: Part 1. Set up a giveaway.

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Scott Kelby, the man who changed the "digital darkroom" forever with his groundbreaking, bestselling, award-winning book The Photoshop Book for Digital Photographers, now tackles the most important side of digital photography-how to take pro-quality shots using the same.

Scott Kelby, the man who changed the "digital darkroom" forever with his groundbreaking, bestselling, award-winning book The Photoshop Book for Digital Photographers, now tackles the most important side of digital photography-how to take pro-quality shots using the same tricks today's top digital pros use (and it's easier than you'd think)

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Scott Kelby, author of the groundbreaking bestseller The Digital Photography Book, Vol. 1 is back with an entirely new book that picks up right where Vol. 1. . 1 left off. It’s more of that Ah ha-so that’s how they do it, t, skip the techno jargon; packed with stuff you can really use today, that made Vol. 1 the world’s bestselling book on digital photography.

This is it—the #1 best-selling digital photography book ever! It’s the award winning, worldwide smash hit, written by Scott Kelby, that’s been translated into dozens of different languages, because it’s the one book that really shows you how to take professional-quality shots using the same tricks today’s top digital pros use (and surprisingly, it’s easier than you’d think). This updated, second edition of the bestselling digital photography book of all time includes many new images; up-to-date information on gear, pricing, and links; and a new chapter from the author on the "Ten Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me When I Was First Starting Out in Photography." Here’s how Scott describes this book’s brilliant premise: “If you and I were out on a shoot, and you asked me, ‘Hey, how do I get this flower to be in focus, with the background out of focus?,’ I wouldn’t stand there and give you a photography lecture. In real life, I’d just say, ‘Put on your zoom lens, set your f-stop to f/2.8, focus on the flower, and fire away.’ That’s what this book is all about: you and I out shooting where I answer questions, give you advice, and share the secrets I’ve learned just like I would with a friend—without all the technical explanations and techie photo speak.” This isn’t a book of theory—full of confusing jargon and detailed concepts. This is a book on which button to push, which setting to use, and when to use it. With over 200 of the most closely guarded photographic “tricks of the trade,” this book gets you shooting dramatically better-looking, sharper, more colorful, more professional-looking photos every time. Each page covers a single concept that makes your photography better. Every time you turn the page, you’ll learn another pro setting, tool, or trick to transform your work from snapshots into gallery prints. If you’re tired of taking shots that look “okay,” and if you’re tired of looking in photography magazines and thinking, “Why don’t my shots look like that?” then this is the book for you.
Comments: (7)
Marilace
I love Scott Kelby. His books are exciting to read, informative at a decent level without being pedantic or boring, and he's a master at explaining complex issues in easy-to-understand terms. If this isn't enough, he gives a lot of "recipes" for achieving some basic (and not-so-basic) effects that will delight you. Another well-known publisher of Photoshop / Photography books throws a poison dart at Scott (at least, it sounds like it's aimed at Scott!) with a disgruntled comment about writers who base their books on recipes. But why? There's no rule that says you can't have the best of both worlds. Yes, teach me how to fish for the long haul. But, like Scott, a few fish on the plate right now would be fantastic. Scott does throw in a lot of learning that will go far as you advance in your understanding and ability. He just does it so well--and so logically--you absorb it almost painlessly. (And if pain is involved, he's kind enough to warn you: This might hurt a bit. Okay, it's gonna hurt a lot!) You've gotta love Dr. Kelby. Another Kelby book that's a must-have is "The Adobe Photoshop CS5 Book for Digital Photographers." (Or, any similar titles by Kelby targeted to your current version of Photoshop.) One final compliment: Reading Scott's books is like having him alongside on a personal photo adventure. He's smart, funny and genuine--not always an easy combination to find in a how-to book. AND his tips are plentiful, useful and understandable for even a beginner. Go ahead, buy the boring technical books written in pompous language by the self-promoting "professors" of photography. They're useful and necessary if you want to reach the top layers of the profession. But you can have the best of both worlds by hanging out with your buddy, Scott Kelby. He won't saddle you with a diet of technical jargon. His goal is to get you in there, shoot the pictures, pick up great tips along the way and enjoy the ride.
Dagdage
This book pretty much answered every question I had about my DLSR. I was planning a trip and wanted to make sure I got the best use out of my camera rig, which had always been a daunting prospect. After reading this book, I couldn't wait to try out all the different recommendations and scenarios that the author worked through in language that was direct, easy-to-understand and carefully walked the line between critical technical considerations and not getting so geeked out that it would frighten mere mortal photographers. My post-reading photos are finally something I'm proud of. I'd frame them. People comment on them. And it really didn't take that much effort to get them once I had referenced this book.

The one thing this book doesn't have that some readers might want is a detailed explanation of photography terms, science and deep technical issues, and that was fine with me. There are plenty of books for that. What Kelby does is tell you how to get a great photo, especially in the most common settings (sunsets, weddings, landscapes, sports, portraits...). The logic is simple for each and he even provides simple setups for different types of photos. I used his little laundry list of settings for some sunset shots in Hawaii and they came out absolutely stunning. I was never able to nail that before reading this book.

Highly recommended. Once you read it and apply the concepts, you'll suddenly realize how much further you can take your pictures when you decide to move beyond a mobile phone or a point-and-shoot.
Beahelm
This was Scott Kelby's last book I've read after reading all his Digital Photography Book Part 1, 2, 3, 4. I think the way he wrote Part 5 was entirely different than he did in all previous 4 books. What I liked about this book was he was shooting in all different environments with different lightening set ups giving you the all the necessary parameters related to all the aspects of capturing high quality photos. You can see the THOUGHT PROCESS where he tells you all the preps and BEHIND THE SCENES outside image of how the object and lightening were position in relation to his camera. Next he tells you all about his choices of the lens he uses, the chosen f/stop, shutter speed, ISO and why he decided to use them. Next he goes into POST-PRECESSING section of the flow and he teach you what actually should be done there, either in Light Room or in Photoshop Camera Raw. Finally, you see the final image so you can judge the result and mentally to connect that with all the details he gives as how to get that quality of the capture. I think this book is not like a tutorial but like a reference. The only thing I wished to clear up for me and I could not find some explanation was as how he could use 1/60 shutter speeds with zoomed lens at 135 mm while hand-holding his camera and having camera-shake-free photos without using a tripod. As we know that your shutter speed should be at least the reciprocal of your lens focal length to get shake free sharp images. Using the 135 mm focal length, should call for at least 1/160 shutter speed or even faster to be on a safe side. Actually, he did mention couple times about setting higher shutter speed (faster) to avoid camera-shake problems, but at the same time he did not followed that rule religiously. In conclusion this book is very good for a photographer who is already has good working knowledge and who wants to sharpen up his/her skills in variety of different shooting situations. I do recommend this book for all the enthusiastic photographers professional or hobbyist.