What is a good read on Photography?


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Shuin

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Scott Kelby's Digital Photography Volumes 1, 2, and 3
 

henry soh

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Hi, Photography, 9th edition, Person International Edition, by Babara London/Jim Stone/John Upton @ S$47.00 thereabout.
 

Rashkae

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Googel search for "basics of photography". Free. ;)
 

Reportage

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Hi gurus,

Can someone recommend me on a good read on

1. Basic photography fundamentals
2. Composition of shots

Thanks in advance!
have you read the camera manual first?
 

Burnings

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Don u notice at the top of "Newbies Corner"

It helps me in the past, hope it does for u. Thanks to Sulhan!

http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=309544

Bryan Peterson "Learning to see creativity" is gd as well
Yeah.. I read that already. I just want to brush up more on my fundamentals thats why I wanted a book on basic fundamentals as I believe anything you do, basic fundamentals are very important but it is almost always overlooked as beginners tend to jump into the more advanced stuff :D
 

DonnyDan

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Books from photowork shop are good. http://www.photoworkshop.com/books/.

Btw I got most of it as presents and im interested in HDR and Digital Infrared copies. Anyone here know where to get it and the price?
 

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NLB Library will be most cost effective since u haven't decide on the genre of photography u will be venturing into..
 

Burnings

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NLB Library will be most cost effective since u haven't decide on the genre of photography u will be venturing into..
Thanks for the advice, actually I have been shooting mostly street and macro since my PnS camera days so that will probably stay.

Anyway I already got the Scott Kelby's Vol 1 -3 and Michael Freeman's Composition and Exposure books. They are a great help to me. Thanks everyone for the recommendation... :)
 

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