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70 Photography Lessons by [Dahlin, Eric]
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"One of the simplest, best, and precise collections of advice and knowledge about photography that I have read in a very long time!" - Photography for Now

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  • File Size: 143 KB
  • Print Length: 77 pages
  • Publisher: Eric Dahlin; 1 edition (July 23, 2012)
  • Publication Date: July 23, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008OIWKSK
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I've been doing photography for most of my life. During that time I've fallen into many ruts - picking one or two topics to saturate myself with, or one or two techniques. That's one of the reasons I like this book - it's filled with 70 "lessons" for photography, although I prefer to think of them as 70 "ideas". For example, #21 is a suggestion to shoot film instead of digital - mostly because film forces us to really take the time to compose a shot, rather than clicking off 50 shots in a burst. He also discusses using the histogram (which I find very useful) as well as getting those great photos that are in your own backyard.

A good group of solid ideas for people just starting out in photography, or old hands who have fallen into one too many ruts.
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I only found one truely usuful hint in the whole book. The rest are trite recitations of things that even a person new to
photography has already seen multiple times. His book on understanding exposure along with the companion workbook were worth the money. This one is not.
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I enjoyed this book very much. It was an easy book to read. I learned from the way the author spoke and gave examples. I would recommend this book to anybody who wanted to advance in knowledge of photography.
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I am a Photography newbie. I have tried and tried to ramp up my skills so I could be a decent photographer. Well Eric presented things just right. I was able to grasp the info. based on the way he presented the lessons. I am most appreciative for his insights and style. Thank you Eric.
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By jocelyn on December 25, 2013
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most of this stuff I learned in my photography minor but it was nice to get a refresher :)
I strongly agree with the views on film photography and never leaving your camera at home.
also I love the statement he makes about even if it's just your phone camera it's all in how you use it!
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Great book to get perhaps a photographer who already has some experience with their camera. It gets the photographer out of 'automatic' mode and into a more creative mode. The book reads quickly and gets your gears rolling.

It's like little assignments within each chapter and if you can concentrate and do each one you'll do pretty good.

Open up your creativity and find new things to do but you probably never did before!

I would definitely recommend this book to friends
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This was a good book that improved my skills. I like how the the book was set up, it made easy to find what i need. I don't know what the other reviewer's problem was because it was very informative book.
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This is a good overall book for beginners getting started in photography, most advanced or professional photographers will already know most of these tips. A good area it brings up is using the manual settings to develop better advanced pictures and to not rely on the automatic settings or overdo special effects.
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