Photography On A Budget: Best Books to Lead You Into The Path


I needed more than buying magazines. So, in order to get you a little bit more experienced and confident with your camera, these books will help you in understand your surroundings and expertize in delivering good photos a little bit more.

Digital Photography Masterclass
Tom Ang

It’s simple, containing assignments or homework you must do to know what’s the right settings for your camera and get identified with it. The content is easy to read and understand, plus you’re going to have a lot of fun.

How to Photograph Absolutely Everything
Tom Ang

He explains the basis of photography plus showing what’s the best scenarios to take good pictures. Showing the right combinations to deal with situations involving light, color, composition and focus.

Digital Photography Book Parts 1 thru 5
Scott Kelby

Is the “Bible” for beginners and intermediates from how the camera works to techniques to make your photos pop. It’s simple, entertaining and easy. It’s one of the best books out there to really motivate into becoming a photographer.

 

 

For Intermediates or Pro’s

Fine Art Wedding Photography: How to Capture Images with Style for the Modern Bride
Jose Villa, Jeff Kent

Wedding pictures shouldn’t be a chore. This book explains the modern techniques that can enhance your view and definition on modern fine art photography.

On-Camera Flash Techniques For Digital Wedding and Portrait Photography
Neil Van Niekerk

Be prepared to avoid making mistakes. Neil will teach you the tools of the trade on how to use the right accessories to make the most photos, specially portrait and weddings more interesting instead of a big giant mess.

Advanced Digital Black and White Photography
John Beardsworth

Post Processing Black and White might be easy, but the reality is it’s more than meets the eye. John Beardsworth’s books explains in simple step to step instructions how to put the right shades that can make your photos a very well pieces of art from the shooting to the post-processing software.

If you can’t buy ’em, Public Libraries are a great source to get them for free.

So, what other books you might like that I didn’t show up on this column and could be a great help?

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