Digital Photography Book ReviewsBy Mike Joubert 14 September 2009 | Categories: feature articles
Digital Photography: The Missing Manual
David Pogue, O’Reilly
When buying a new digital camera remember to also budget for a camera case, rechargeable batteries, at least 2GB worth of memory and David Pogue’s excellent Digital Photography: The Missing Manual. As it rightly says on the cover: "this is the book that should have been in the box".
Funny, never boring and crammed with practical know-how, it will take your pics from ho-hum to Wow! Pogue explains away jargon and we especially liked all the useful tips liberally spread throughout. R349
Take your Photography to the Next Level
George Barr, Rocky Nook Inc
If you are tired of all the technical jargon that is part and parcel of photography, Take your Photography to the Next Level should provide welcome relief from f-stops, ISO or postprocessing.
George Barr explores the route to better pictures by going back to basics, discussing elements such as composition, finding interesting images and how to read photographs. R549
Both titles and many more are available from Intersoft on 08600-BOOKS or www.intersoft.co.za.
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