PublishedLonely Planet, December 2017
FormatSoftcover, 136 pages
Dimensions10.2cm × 16.8cm × 1.3cm
Sharpen your skills and your pictures with this updated edition of Lonely Planet's bestselling Best Ever Photography Tips . Featuring 45 practical tips and ten golden rules from award-winning travel photographer Richard I'Anson, it's packed with insight into the creative and technical skills required to produce brilliant images.
Designed for novices and experienced photographers alike, this concise guide also includes essential advice on kit, techniques, editing and sharing, to help you capture great moments wherever you are in the world - whether you're using a smartphone or DSLR. Plus, each tip and trick is accompanied by a photograph to show you how it's done.
Inside, you'll learn how to:
Take control of the picture-taking process
Shoot Raw files
Become proficient with image-editing software
Adjust your exposure and depth of field
Use short telephoto and wide-angle lenses
Shoot wildlife, nightlife, people, cities, landscapes and your lunch
Anticipate the moment and talk to strangers
Avoid lens flare
Record light trails
Learn how to compose, control and critique your photographs
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