Free ebooks about the basics in photography, because there is a minimum to know about photography to get rid off from the snapped images, plus you will increase your knowledge about photography and get immediately better pictures which you can call "photographs".
With those free ebooks speaking about the basics in photography, you will put a ray of light on your future pictures.
With the Creative Lens Techniques eBook you will learn all the basics in photography.
This booklet is here to help you get more from whatever lenses you own and perhaps suggest a few you might choose to invest in later on.
With the right lens for the job, an understanding of its capabilities, and some simple camera skills, you can start to photograph anything imaginatively.
The free eBook "Just Pictures" from Rick Prokosch is made with a collection of photo with the story behind them, and the tips and tricks the author used to shoot those pictures.
This ebook is a 90 pages book which cover a lot of different topics and subjects in photography, by telling the story of the pictures from behind the camera.
The Ultimate Field Guide to Photography, from the National Geographic Photography Basics, is more a sample of the photography very basics than a book covering the all the basics of photography.
Having said that, there is still plenty enough tips, in this eBook, for a beginner to have a good start learning photography.
Dennis P. Curtin wrote here a very complete and comprehensive ebook about digital photography.
The author speak about all aspect of the digital photography, as well as all the aspect of the material, the digital workflow, the post processing, how exposure affect your images, the controls vs automatics mode and so on...
Essential Photography: Pro secrets for unleashing your creativity from Ian Plant.
Professional photographer, writer, and adventurer Ian Plant is a frequent contributor to and blogger for Outdoor Photographer Magazine, a Contributing Editor to Popular Photography Magazine, a monthly columnist for Landscape Photography Magazine, and a Tamron Image Master.
By Kimberly Gauthier : I'm a self taught photographer and was surprised to find very few resources for people, like me, who were learning how to use their DSLR on their own.
Today, I write a photography blog sharing everything that I've learned.
By Jeff Davies, is a PDF eBook which cover the very basics of photography, where you will learn what is depth of field, shutter speed, ISO and aperture, all that in a very simple and easy way.
Once you have read this ebook, you will not have anymore excuses to fail when you take a picture.
By Adam Dachis, is a PDF eBook which cover the very basics of photography, starting with the camera and how the camera works.
Overall you will learn how to take better photos by understanding how your camera is working.
This digital PDF ebook, by David Capel, will introduce you to the principles of photography and why you get an image.
In a very simple way you will also learn the basics of composition, and how to get different effects with your camera.
This digital PDF ebook, by Dan Feildman, is made like you have a question and Dan answer to it.
So this PDF book is a 20 Q&A (a bit less than 30 pages) aimed for beginners.
This digital PDF ebook, by JongPil Cheon, might be a little bit old when he speak about the materials, but he is spot on for everything else, like the composition or how to set up your white balance.
This free eBook has plenty of images and photos as example, which make this PDF file very easy to read and understand.
This PDF ibook, by Jeff Curto, is a 70+ pages free book readable on any devices, and a very comprehensive ebook about photography.
Photographer Jeff Curto is Professor Emeritus of Photography at College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Illinois, where he has taught from 1984 to 2014.
You might also be interested with the last entry in the blog:
Nowadays our smartphones have more computer power than a 10 years old desktop computer. Technology is evolving fast and with it, the language acquiring new words like smartphone or selfie.
We are doing everything with our phone, from a GPS assistant to photograph or record a movie in full 1080p HD, even post processing those images, and i don't even speak about playing 3D games, read some news on internet and so on...
At the end, when we compare how we use our phone the most, in percentage, I can say safely that we barely use it to call someone, and this is why i call mine a photophone.
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