Step-by-step, easy-to-understand instructions
If you have not yet acquired some kind of digital camera, or you have one and you're not using it, you're could possibly be one of the last persons on the planet with that ambiguous honor. But no worry mate, literally millions of these mysterious time machines are lurking in dark places and drawers, long abandoned because new digital photography couldn't sufficiently overcome their complicated complex manuals. The LIFE editors and Joe McNally an experienced photojournalist and photo book author have set out to fix that problem. This digital photography guide walks readers through all steps; from learning the terminology to making the right camera selection for you; to focusing, lighting,, shot selection, and composing; to shooting, storing, and uploading images. LIFE Guide to Digital Photography presents step-by-step, easy-to-understand instructions including beneficial pictures to develop your camera proficiency
A world-wide celebrated photographer, Joe McNally's career extends over 30 years and has included responsibilities in mote than 50 countries. During the mid-1990s he worked as a staff photographer for Life magazine, An Alfred Eisenstaedt Award recipient the first in over 23 years, and he has been recognized by The Art Directors Club, Pictures of the Year International, World Press Photo, American Photo, Communication Arts and Graphics. Joe teaches many workshops throughout the world as a fraction of his teaching pursuits. The Faces of Ground Zero, One of his most significant projects,- Giant Polaroid Collection (later put out jointly with the LIFE Magazine editors), has developed into one of the greater notable artistic retorts to the World Trade Center tragedy.
Jan 19, 2011
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