National Geographic Complete Photography
Publication Date: 2011-09-20
A comprehensive illustrated reference about photography and the camera, this book combines how-to advice, knowledgeable commentary, and useful tips on how to take and look at photographs. Not just a how-to book, it is a how-does-it-work book, focusing on cameras, photographs, and photographers.
National Geographic Ultimate Field Guide to Travel Photography
Publication Date: 2010-02-16
Be it a weekend escape or far-flung adventure, every occasion promises the chance for a great photograph. Whether you're after that once-in-a-lifetime shot or just want a vivid travelogue to share with friends, The Ultimate Field Guide to Travel Photography will help you achieve your goals.
Photographing Your Family and All the Kids and Friends and Animals Who Wander Through Too
Publication Date: 2008-03-18
At certain moments—on a trip, on a holiday, or during those first weeks of parenthood, for example—have you ever wished you were a National Geographic photographer? In this unique guide, staff photographer Joel Sartore takes the mystery out of making extraordinary pictures of kids with a hilarious tour through his own family albums.
The Camera Phone Book: How to Shoot Like a Pro, Print, Store, Display, Send Images, Make a Short Film
Publication Date: 2007-05-15
Created by two top professionals, this generously illustrated nuts-and-bolts guide is the first of its kind to treat these units as genuine cameras instead of novelties, and the only one to include a full-color photo-essay demonstrating the full capabilities of the latest camera phones. In five easy-to-read chapters, the book explains how to choose good equipment; take better pictures; and store, print and send the best images.
Organize Your Digital Life: How to Store Your Photographs, Music, Videos, and Personal Documents in a Digital World
Publication Date: 2009-01-06
We've got digital pictures in the camera, scans on the computer, JPEGS attached to e-mails, and tunes on tiny players. But there's also the old-fashioned stuff: photos in shoeboxes, videos in the attic, documents in desk drawers, songs on tape and vinyl. How do you transform all of these different elements into a convenient archive you can store in your computer, easily reach, and actually enjoy? This book delivers basic step-by-step instruction on streamlining and organizing your "digital life" so you can find what you need instantly and create presentations your friends and family will love.