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Beyond Snapshots: How to Take That Fancy DSLR Camera Off "Auto" and Photograph Your Life like a Pro Paperback – March 20, 2012
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Rachel Devine is a professional children’s and lifestyle photographer, award-winning blogger, and superstar on Flickr, where her photos have earned more than ten millionviews. Her images have appeared in publications such as People, Parenting, Popular Photography, and the book Photojojo. Clients include General Mills, Fox Studios, phil&teds, and Target. While you will often find Rachel traveling the world with her camera and family in tow, she calls Melbourne, Australia, home. Visit Rachel at www.racheldevine.com.
Peta Mazey counts herself lucky to have a job that takes her around the world shooting photographs and meeting awesome people. When she’s not roaming the globe, she calls Wellington, New Zealand, home, where she lives with her family and the cutest little dog around, Ruby. She takes photos of adorable kids and happy families and shoots campaigns for commercial and editorial clients, including Bobux International, Cherry on Top, and Free Range Baby. Her photos have appeared in My Child, Studio Bambini, and Oh Baby magazines, and the blog Style Me Pretty. You can find her work on Flickr, her Facebook fanpage, and at www.petamazey.com.
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The great thing is, it goes beyond that and talks about color composition, and setting up your image for the best impact.
The authors then go even farther and give ideas and tips on organizing your photo collection so that you can always find the images you're looking for. I've learned all of this and I still haven't even finished the book yet. If you're spending the money on a DSLR camera and you're new to them you'd be a fool not to spend the extra few bucks on this book.
The writers, Rachel Devine and Peta Mazey are fun, relaxed and easy to understand. Their enthusiasm for photography really translates into the page, so this is far from the dry, technical guides I tried to wade my way through in the past. Devine and Mazey inspire their readers with tips and practice ideas, and examples of their own work. What a great guide!