She is doing her first photo project in school and I think the book will appropriate of her work.
There are some nice photos in here, but so many of them are outsized or double-page spreads that there's little inspiration to be had.
Highly promising title from famous publisher, with elementary contents This sums up what I think about this book.
It was present for my nephew. She was delivered and she is very happy. She is doing her first photo project in school and I think the book will appropriate of her work.Published 14 months ago by Ivaylo Dimitrov
Good book for basic photography students. I found that most of it could be very basic and I was looking for a more advanced one.Published 14 months ago by Herbert I. Sawtell
An excellent guide for beginning and experienced photographers. It is comprehensive. My photographs have improved since studying the book. I am very satisfied.Published 15 months ago by Laura Stone
We bought the original field guide for our son some years ago and he has raved about the information that he has been able to use over the years. Read morePublished 21 months ago by plittlefield
This seems to be the place to go to get gently used inexpensive textbooks for Art Institute of Phoenix. It helps financially.Published on February 14, 2012 by Angela F. Williams
I'm not finished with the book, but I am very impressed with it so far. The image are great and the info provided will help the viewer from start to finish. Read morePublished on November 28, 2011 by nomadphotographer
So much for the laity, beginner, and for professionals, this book knowledge clusters of several NatGeo photographers and their techniques and experiences. Read morePublished on July 14, 2011 by Fabiano A.A.S.