Category: Photography Books
An award winning photographer Mitchell Kanaskevich and editors of LightStalking.com bring us a refreshing documentary and travel photography guide.
A different photography e-book from the authors of Digital Photography School, helps you understand and take control over creative process of making a photo.
From the editors of Photopreneur Blog comes an excellent resource book, aimed at photography enthusiasts interested to make money from their photos. However, the book is only one piece of the puzzle…
Review of the book Understanding Exposure (3rd edition) by Bryan Peterson. Check out why is this book one of the most recommended books for photography beginners in our book review.
Lonely Planet’s guide to Travel Photography by Richard I’Anson is a book aimed at travelers interested in photography, and photographers interested in traveling. Although not exactly a travel format, this book delivers a wealth of practical photography tips on all aspects of travel photography.
Vincent Bockaert boldly claims that his book: The 123 of Digital Imaging is “The only Digital Photography resource you will ever need”. Find out if we agree in this book review.
Joe McNally brings an interesting book full of tips, while using the same concept as his lectures. This book will help you to start asking yourself the right questions and therefore help you to explore new angles. Not for beginners though.
Michael Freeman wrote an excellent book on composition. Read more about Photographer’s Eye book in our book review.
There are so many books on digital photography in the market today. Which photography book is best suited for an absolute beginner in digital photography ? Find out in our introduction to digital photography guide.