HOW TO CREATE STUNNING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY EBOOK

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Tony Northrup's DSLR Book: How to Create Stunning Digital Photography - Ebook written by Tony Northrup. Read this book using Google Play Books app on . Stunning Digital Photography is much more than a book; it's a hands-on, Digital Photography readers community, you can download the ebook and copy it to Creating star trails using two techniques: long exposure and image stacking . Tony Northrup's DSLR book: How to Create Stunning Digital Photography (Kobo eBook). Tony Northrup's DSLR book: How to Create Stunning.

Underwater, Star Trails, Macro, Light painting, advanced lighting techniques, etc. So it never gets boring or exhausted. As a amateur or pro photographer, there is always some challenge or technique that you can move on to. I have seen a number of great updates since, a lot of them based on reader feedback and needs. This is a fantastic find and really helped me get a lot from my DSLR camera.

Excellent instructions, tons of pictures and a friendly writing style makes one feel as if a pro photographer is guiding you step by step and teaching you his tricks. There are exercises that help you retain what you learn. I recommend you do the exercises if you are new to the technique and not just read the book passively.

That way you can employ those techniques when actually shooting pictures. I was under the impression that pro photographers always whipped out their cameras and right away shot their for-the-magazines-final pictures with each click.

I felt editing a photograph was not ok and there were so many other myths that I had as a newbie. Being in the field for quite some time, Tony explains the need to persevere, take hundreds of pictures, keep just the good ones and discard the rest, edit and touch-up as required and so many things that made taking great pictures seem so much feasible and accessible to me. While a photography student will not mind studying all the alphabets, others like me appreciate getting straight to the point on how to get a good portrait, how to get a good landscape, what are the pitfalls to avoid, etc.

So this book works great in that respect. The organization of the book is great. The resources it mentions and links are great. The constant updates the author is committed to is amazing. Just yesterday, months after its release, I saw a new video added into YouTube for this book which will make into the pages of the digital edition soon.

Lots of great accessories are explained. I think it will be great if the index was a little more expanded with subheadings at least the major ones. The other day I was looking for information on RAW files I remember reading it earlier in this book but had a hard time finding its location. Overall an excellent resource for newbies and others alike.

I have already recommended it to many and will continue to do so. Smyth verified owner — July 11, MTK verified owner — July 11, Engaging and fun ebook that has really helped me advance in my photography skills. Covers all the basics in detail and then moves to more advanced techniques.

To me, the best feature of this book is by far the online content. Tony has made great use of this medium to produce an immersive and interactive learning experience. As promised the online content is updated frequently, and Tony and Chelsea interact often in online chat sessions. Thanks Tony!

Tamsin Barlow verified owner — July 11, The book was logically laid out and had stellar use of video links which really made everything easier to comprehend. Tony And Chelsea Northrop are excellent teachers. This is a good read book and more. A very good photography book. It is worth every penny you pay for.

Aside from the illustrations and explanations, there are supporting videos you can access which is great! So much to learn from this book. God bless to the author and his family. Wiley Byers verified owner — July 11, As a long time snap shot shooter with out any formal training I have found SDP to be an informative read and the videos to also be informative and entertaining.

The multi-media approach using the text, videos, web-casts, Facebook page, and web site all go together well for me providing a very encompassing learning experience. Ruidera verified owner — July 11, Five stars! Darren verified owner — July 12, I bought the print version of this book as it currently comes with instructions on how to also get the regularly updated e-book version for free, in several of the popular formats.

The 6 month earlier jump I made from a simple point and click camera to a bridge camera that offered full manual and program modes, plus aperture and shutter priority modes really whetted my appetite and interest in photography further so I finally convinced myself that a Nikon DSLR was a download I could justify. The lengths those responsible for this book have gone to to provide a truly fantastic resource for their readers is unprecedented and incredibly useful — for novices or more experienced and seasoned photographers.

The private Facebook group allows those who have bought this book to post their photos and have their work critiqued and commented upon, often by the author himself, to ask for help and advice — or to give help and advice, or perhaps to just to feel connected with other like minded hobbyists and photography enthusiasts.

As for the book itself, it is presented wonderfully with full color examples where needed. The advice given is sound and comprehensive and there are many links to online video tutorials scattered through-out the book that further reinforce the lessons given on the page.

The author took all the example photos himself rather than use stock images, so you know that what he is telling you gives you the essential knowledge to create your own similar photos.

This is a great book with great advice and it deserves five stars for that alone. The online community that the downloadr can access for free upon download means there are not enough stars available on the site review system that this product deserves.

Holy Cow, a photography book that actually teaches you real world, usable techniques.

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This book is spot on with what I needed to learn not only the controls of my camera but the elements of what it means to take a great digital picture and produce quality photos. I am a casual, at best, photographer. Actually, I am a novice at best. My spouse has always commented that my picture taking leaves something to be desired. But, the problem was I had no idea what resource to use.

They all seemed daunting; that is until I got a copy of this book. This really is a simple to use, well informed guide to taking great digital pictures.

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I learned a lot from the examples and it was easy to follow. I had never thought taking pictures needed to vary. I mean a picture is a picture, right? And I now understand the different settings and controls I should use to take a good picture. I used to take one photo and be done.

Maybe 2 to make sure the eyes were opened. I know get it that I need to set up my camera, not just use the automated settings, and take a series. I need to look beyond the view finder. Go figure. I really was impressed with the easy to understand approach this book gives. I recommend this book for anyone, regardless of skill level.

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It is a good read with great examples and easy to follow instruction. site Customer verified owner — July 12, I am delighted that the photos I take and keep are much better now! One day they may even be stunning. Many thanks. The first few chapters are elementary — suitable for beginners to photography.

Although I have been an amateur photographer for many years, I found the hints and the videos in those elementary chapters reminded me of important lessons, reinforced others, and even introduced some new ideas. In the old days of film photography, few amateurs could afford to do that.

The more advanced chapters dealing with various photographic subjects,and techniques of lighting, shooting, and post-processing are very useful indeed. The text, pictures and the videos give insights into photography that come from years of experience as a photographer. There are far too many insights to mention all, but here is just one: Being able to instantly strike an interesting pose, and add a winning smile, is a professional skill.

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Posing my non-model friends and relatives for a photo shoot requires patience and good humour — it should not be rushed or stressed. Also they need to understand I will take lots of photos of them, keep only the best few, and show them those shots after editing.

Of course, I also try to apply the knowledge about lighting, equipment, ISO, aperture, shutter speed, tripods, remote control, and all the rest. Philip Greenspun verified owner — July 12, This might be my favorite so far in terms of density of practical information.

Being in the field for quite some time, Tony explains the need to persevere, take hundreds of pictures, keep just the good ones and discard the rest, edit and touch-up as required and so many things that made taking great pictures seem so much feasible and accessible to me.

While a photography student will not mind studying all the alphabets, others like me appreciate getting straight to the point on how to get a good portrait, how to get a good landscape, what are the pitfalls to avoid, etc. So this book works great in that respect. The organization of the book is great. The resources it mentions and links are great.

The constant updates the author is committed to is amazing. Just yesterday, months after its release, I saw a new video added into YouTube for this book which will make into the pages of the digital edition soon. Lots of great accessories are explained.

Tony Northrup's DSLR book: How to Create Stunning Digital Photography (Kobo eBook)

I think it will be great if the index was a little more expanded with subheadings at least the major ones. The other day I was looking for information on RAW files I remember reading it earlier in this book but had a hard time finding its location. Overall an excellent resource for newbies and others alike. I have already recommended it to many and will continue to do so. Smyth verified owner — Best book you could download for begginers.

Great price also. Covers all the basics in detail and then moves to more advanced techniques. To me, the best feature of this book is by far the online content. Tony has made great use of this medium to produce an immersive and interactive learning experience. As promised the online content is updated frequently, and Tony and Chelsea interact often in online chat sessions.

Thanks Tony! Tamsin Barlow verified owner — July 11, The book was logically laid out and had stellar use of video links which really made everything easier to comprehend.

Tony And Chelsea Northrop are excellent teachers. A very good photography book.

It is worth every penny you pay for. Aside from the illustrations and explanations, there are supporting videos you can access which is great!

So much to learn from this book. God bless to the author and his family. Wiley Byers verified owner — July 11, As a long time snap shot shooter with out any formal training I have found SDP to be an informative read and the videos to also be informative and entertaining.

The multi-media approach using the text, videos, web-casts, Facebook page, and web site all go together well for me providing a very encompassing learning experience. Five stars!

Rated 5 out of 5 Darren verified owner — July 12, I bought the print version of this book as it currently comes with instructions on how to also get the regularly updated e-book version for free, in several of the popular formats.

The 6 month earlier jump I made from a simple point and click camera to a bridge camera that offered full manual and program modes, plus aperture and shutter priority modes really whetted my appetite and interest in photography further so I finally convinced myself that a Nikon DSLR was a download I could justify.Brenda Tharp.

While a photography student will not mind studying all the alphabets, others like me appreciate getting straight to the point on how to get a good portrait, how to get a good landscape, what are the pitfalls to avoid, etc.

I have already recommended it to many and will continue to do so. Do watch their great videos! It has good information, but it also has a lot of sell: Feb 17, David Skipper rated it it was amazing.

It is almost like taking a photography course, but so much cheaper! Apr 29, Michele rated it it was amazing.