Digital Photography for Next to Nothing, 2nd Edition
Free and Low Cost Hardware and Software to Help You Shoot Like a Pro
By John Lewell
Publisher: Wiley
Final Release Date: August 2011
Pages: 384

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

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