PhotographyBLOG Review: Digital Photography Hacks

August 6, 2004 | Mark Goldstein | PhotographyBLOG | 2 Comments | |

Digital Photography Hacks“Digital Photography Hacks” by Derrick Story is an up-to-date collection of 100 tips and ideas that will really help the digital photographer to improve their technique. Each of the 100 “hacks” has been contributed by real-world photographers who use them in their day-to-day jobs. The book is aimed at the photographer who is looking to move beyond the basics and contains sections on daytime and night-time photo secrets, using flash, photo projects, digital camera attachments, Photoshop and more. As the book was first published in May 2004, it even contains a section on getting the most out of your cameraphone! So is “Digital Photography Hacks” worth adding to your library of photography books? Read my short review to find out.

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#1 Al Freedman

Excellent book - useful Tips. The tips for shooting daytime, nighttime, and flash photos are incredibly helpful, and contain information that will help eliminate the discrepancy between how you thought a photo should look when you took it, and how it actually looks when you print it out. I recommended this book for the amateur digital photographer and anyone else interested in creating photographs instead of taking pictures. Extremely useful!

3:27 pm - Friday, February 8, 2008

#2 Violetta Gorkina

Can't believe I am actually considering getting this book. Most of the time all types of "Learn how to use your digital camera" books prove to be almost identical copies of each other for beginners without any new information whatsoever. This one looks like it might be a little different. Think I am going to give it a shot. Thank you for the review.

1:45 pm - Saturday, June 8, 2013