The Digital Eye

The Digital Eye Learn Digital Photography From A Professional PhotographerDigital photography explained in simple understandable terms Written in a fun easy way for the beginner photographer to the advance amateur T

  • Title: The Digital Eye
  • Author: Norm Hamilton
  • ISBN: 9780991831517
  • Page: 142
  • Format: Paperback
  • Learn Digital Photography From A Professional PhotographerDigital photography explained in simple, understandable terms.Written in a fun easy way for the beginner photographer to the advance amateur.There s no better way to learn photography Learn How To Use Composition Create Tack Sharp Images Exposure Explained Creative Depth of Field Flash Photography Learn DigitLearn Digital Photography From A Professional PhotographerDigital photography explained in simple, understandable terms.Written in a fun easy way for the beginner photographer to the advance amateur.There s no better way to learn photography Learn How To Use Composition Create Tack Sharp Images Exposure Explained Creative Depth of Field Flash Photography Learn Digital Photography Resolution Artistic BW Photography Make Beautiful Portraits Create Fine Art Digital Photographs Print Your Digital Photographs and much Better than a basic manual, this book gives hands on instructions to make your photography better Learn photography lighting, backdrops and props Have your photography equipment explained to you.Learn to take better pictures with the digital camera you have you don t have to buy bigger and better Work efficiently with your digital camera.Protect your camera from the rain and cold for pennies or even free.Read as professional photographer, Norm Hamilton, explains how to create beautiful images.This is the information you ve been looking for to improve your digital photography and get the results you ve always wanted.

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    1. Easy to read and full of practical information.This book is based on a series of articles, so it has a conversational style that's very easy to read. Full of very useful information for both the new and experienced photographer, professionals and amateurs, I found it well worth my time. A particular highlight for me was the section on snow, as it's something I've struggled with, for we don't get snow in Western Australia and the times when I have taken my camera on ski trips the results have bee [...]

    2. In “The Digital Eye”, Norm Hamilton leads you step by step to becoming a better photographer. His explanations are clear, concise, and easily understood. The photos that he includes are prime examples of what he is explaining at the time. And while the book is clear and concise, no shortcuts are taken in this fully illustrated and well-laid out book. You also learn about the author and his passion. He is not only a skilled and accomplished photographer; he is an environmentalist with an appr [...]

    3. Good tips for beginners and intermediate photographersThe only time I pick up a camera is to take family snaps at home, celebrations, on our holidays etc. So although I'm not an active photographer I was interested to learn a bit more and hopefully improve my photographic skills with my camera. I found Norm's book to be well formatted and it certainly was easy to read on my Kindle. I did pick up a number of tips, for example taking shots in the snow and his advice on protecting your camera when [...]

    4. I have enjoyed the hobby of photography for many years and still picked up a lot of tips from The Digital Eye. The book is loaded with helpful articles about composition, lighting and technique and is sure to help photographers of all levels. Indoor, outdoor, flash and black and white photography are all discussed. There is even a copyright section that details several method photographers can use to protect their work. I would recommend The Digital Eye to all that want to learn to use their dig [...]

    5. I am a casual photographer. I use camera only to capture memories but they rarely come out looking like memories.This book is great for folks like me. While there is a lot of stuff for people more skilled and interested than I am, there were quite a few tricks for me as well. For example, learning the 2/3rd rule for focus, capturing snow and creating depth in the picture, just to name a few. I put what I learnt to test with my basic camera and actually got pretty good results!

    6. This book is a visual feast for the eyes. The author demonstrates different digital camera techniques which are illustrated with breathtaking photographs. A series of articles cover topics from travel to outdoor photography as well as practical advice about taking flash pictures and black and white photographs. As a beginner, I picked up some useful tips, and there is also good information for the advanced photographer, as well.

    7. When reviewing something I always like to start on the positive. I found the book to be well written and easy to read; there were very few errors of any sort. The information that was provided addressed fairly straight forward issues regarding photography. It was straight to the point with little fan fare or embellishments. The material was somewhat diverse, covering a broad range of topics, and gave quite a few general pointers. I learned a few things in the process of reviewing this ebook.I wo [...]

    8. This book is a compilation of the articles on photography I wrote during 2011 for What's Up Yukon, a publication in Whitehorse, Yukon. It was fun and interesting to bring information for the beginning digital photographer to the printed page and now, after being requested by my readers, to put it all together in one place as an e-book.I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it for you.

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