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    Default Recommendation of Handbook

    Hi, I just started on photography and got myself a DSLR. Will be travelling overseas and would like to bring along a photography handbook/guide for reading and reference.

    Any recommendation for something not too bulky? Thanks

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    The camera manual is rather good...
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    Default Re: Recommendation of Handbook

    Quote Originally Posted by Ghuka View Post
    Hi, I just started on photography and got myself a DSLR. Will be travelling overseas and would like to bring along a photography handbook/guide for reading and reference.

    Any recommendation for something not too bulky? Thanks
    You can search the forum for the keyword 'book' ... I remember a few threads not long ago with good recommendations.

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    maybe something from the library? its free and wide range... if u eventually find the book to be good, u could purchase it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghuka View Post
    Hi, I just started on photography and got myself a DSLR. Will be travelling overseas and would like to bring along a photography handbook/guide for reading and reference.

    Any recommendation for something not too bulky? Thanks
    Try one of the followings

    National Geographics Photography Field Guide 2nd Edition
    by Peter K Burian and Robert Caputo

    Collins Need to Know? Digital SLR Photography: Expert Advice on Getting the Best from Your Camera (Collins Need to Know?)
    by John Freeman

    the blue pixel guide to Travel Photography
    by David Schloss

    The Digital Photography Book {Read Volume 1 before Volume 2, IMHO}
    by Scott Kelby

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    Thanks, will probably look around to see if they are handy (size wise) to fit into my day pack as a reference guide (besides the camera manual).

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    I find the book below a quick and indespensable guide and quick reference

    The Digital Photography Book {Read Volume 1 before Volume 2, IMHO}
    by Scott Kelby

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