Learn how to take great photos on a realistic budget with Digital Photography For Next To Nothing. Revealing hundreds of free and low-cost photographic products, accessories, software, tuition and resources, this book will turn you into a serious photographer without breaking the bank.
Written by John Lewell, an experienced landscape photographer and an expert in digital image-creation technology, this hands-on guide is packed with ways to improve your photography and editing skills.
Find out how to:
Take amazing shots with a single lamp
Build your own scrims, and lighting rigs for next to nothing
Save hundreds by building your own tripods, monopods, and stabilizers
Use older lenses on modern digital cameras
Shoot and process RAW for absolutely nothing
Shoot macro without a macro lens – or make your own
Make your own lens hoods, flash diffusers, flash concentrators, decorative Bokeh effect lenses
Use FREE and low-cost photo applications for processing, viewing, cataloguing, editing, creating HDR, photo stitching
Build powerful photography processing and editing suites with free software and plugins that go head to head with expensive tools like Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom