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SnApp Shots: How to Take Great Pictures with Smartphones and Apps Paperback – April 25, 2012
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Pros: A good beginners guide to digital photography with cell phone and point and shoot digital cameras (as photos from other sources can be imported into your digital device where you can use a variety of apps on them). There are tips and tricks on taking better photos in a wide variety of shooting conditions. It has many interesting and cool examples of pictures captured on cell phones and the results of using various photo apps on them. The photos are motivational and I found the book worth purchasing just to check out all these cool examples.
Cons: Offers little to a more experienced photographer other than suggesting different apps to acquire and beautify your images. If you aren't into motivational examples then this book may not be for you. I suggest you using the "look inside" feature on this website to see if you think the book would be of any real help to you. I was rather surprised at the omission of information about probably the two biggest and best mobile photo apps, Adobe Photoshop Touch and Apple iPhoto for the iPad.
So I recommend this book for people just trying to break into digital photography, but for more experienced photographers not so much unless you enjoy (as I do) checking out the results of different techniques and cool photos by a variety of users.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm pretty dissapointed with this book. Far away from my expectation.Published 6 months ago by A. Arie
Not designed for older eyes. Some of the print is too small to be read without a magnifying glass.
I'll pass it along to someone younger who may have better luck with it.