Tuesday, June 25, 2013

REVIEW: Mastering Photography by Andrew S Gibson

Mastering Photography by Andrew S Gibson

While I’m a huge fan of Scott Kelby’s The Digital Photography Book, there are some people who just want a quick overview (or refresher) of the basics of photography. This eBook has the same “get to the point” style as Kelby’s book, but it offers a little more depth on the subjects it covers. Here’s a quick peek at the table of contents to show what’s inside:


This book just gets to the point about what you need to know in a very visual and friendly way. While the book does have a Canon-centric approach (which is no surprise since this is the author of the best book on Canon’s DPP), he’s done a good job of tossing in some diagrams for the D600, D7100, X20, and NEX-7 to help translate terminology for readers coming from different camera platforms.

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This is a nicely laid out book and a simple read for a bargain basement price. What’s more you can read it on any device that can read PDF’s, so it’s a great field guide to keep on your phone too! It’s dirt cheap, so it’s worth a look if you’d like to have the basics of photography at close reach the next time you go out shooting.

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