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Meta’s Best Digital Photography Books For Beginners
Western North Carolina Nature Photographer Meta Gatschenberger Reviews Her Best Digital Photography Books, which are Very Easy to Understand!
Award Winning Western North Carolina Nature Photographer Meta Gatschenberger, RN, shoots with Sony Digital Cameras and Minolta Maxxum AF Lenses
Meta’s Best Digital Photography Reference Guides For Beginners
– Gary Friedman
If you own a Sony a77 II Digital Camera
, you must get this book! This very easy-to-understand yet thorough guide provides a complete Sony a77 II Digital Camera instruction manual which explains each setting in plain English and provides hundreds of visual examples as well. There is no better way to learn about and get the most out of the Sony a77 II Digital Camera. Legendary Minolta and Sony Digital Camera Expert, Gary Friedman, includes his Detailed Printable Reference Cards. This Reference Book and Reference Cards are Recommended for all Sony Digital Camera Photographers!
– Gary Friedman
If you own a Sony a99 II Digital Camera
, you must get this book! This very easy-to-understand yet thorough guide provides a complete Sony a99 II Digital Camera instruction manual which explains each setting in plain English and provides hundreds of visual examples as well. There is no better way to learn about and get the most out of the Sony a99 II Camera. Legendary Minolta and Sony Digital Camera Expert, Gary Friedman, includes his Detailed Printable Reference Cards. This Reference Book and Reference Cards are Recommended for all Sony Digital Camera Photographers!
– Carl Shipman
Complete Handbook for Minolta 5000, Minolta 7000, Minolta 9000 Film Cameras, Minolta AF Lenses, Minolta Flash Units, Data Backs and Program Backs, and other system accessories and applications! 160 pages with color and black and white illustrations. Reviews Minolta AF Lenses. 1989 Edition. 192 Pages.
This Minolta SLR Camera Book describes how to operate Minolta SLR Film Cameras and Minolta AF Lenses. Table of Contents includes; Minolta Film Cameras, Minolta AF Lenses, Exposure and Film, Filters and Front-End Attachments, Minolta Flash Units and Topics and Techniques. Appendix lists Minolta Film Camera Specifications. 1989 Edition. 192 Pages.
– HOYA Corporation 1985 Edition
This Rare 1985 HOYA Filter Size Guide Book lists hundreds of cameras and lenses. Each entry is for a camera with a fixed lens or an interchangeable lens. Shows the correct size filter each requires. Size is 8” x 6”, 170 pages.
Meta’s Best Macro Photography Books For Beginners
– Cyrill Harnischmacher
This book also offers insights about macro photo composition, discussing light, color, camera position, and focus. With more than 600 images and figures illustrating the various ways readers can document the world of the infinitesimal, this book is not only a technical guide, but also a source of inspiration giving readers ideas to run with and make their own. Finally, this book also includes do-it-yourself projects, offering solutions both for everyday shooting as well as for dealing with specific situations unique to macro photography and close-up photography.
– John Humphrey
High Magnification Photography or Macro Photography and Close-Up Photography is immensely exciting and rewarding. Through the close up lens, everyday objects produce striking images, and small creatures show amazing detail that usually goes unnoticed.
– John and Barbara Gerlach
Capturing the grandeur of landscapes or mood of a certain natural light is challenging but often the simple details of a texture or color evade photographers most of all. Learn the tips necessary to successfully photograph the beauty all around you.
– Alan L. Detrick
Macro Photography for Gardeners and Nature Lovers provides exactly the information that aspiring nature photographers, no matter their level of skill, need to take their nature photos to the next level.
– John Kimbler
A tabletop book on above life size Macro Photography with tips and tricks on how to take the images. Included is the image that won the Digital Photographer Magazine’s Macro Photographer of the Year in 2009.
Meta’s Best Hummingbird Photography Books For Beginners
– Steve N. G. Howell
Well known and respected Hummingbird tour leader and author, Steve Howell, has made a particular study of the finer points of Hummingbirds. Over 200 stunning Hummingbird Photographs complement this highly recommended Hummingbird Photography Book. Some Hummingbird species feature as many as 14 different Hummingbird Photographs in each set.
– Dan True
Professional Hummingbird Photographer Dan True conveys his passion for these buzzing aeronauts by describing all 16 species of North American Hummers, listing their favorite flowers and going into detail about their habits, courtship and distribution. Dan then tells us How To Photograph Hummingbirds as he does with such consummate skill. Here in one Hummingbird book is all you could hope to know about our Hummingbirds.
Meta’s Best Wildflower Photography Books For Beginners
– Kevin Adams
This North Carolina book describes hike mileage, types of flowers, and seasons for finding wildflowers in the North Carolina Mountains. It recommends certain hikes for specific seasons. It has spring, summer and fall wildflowers, but mostly spring.
– Tom Knight
This unique book comes with a DVD with screensaver and rolling images of wildflowers, in addition to 182 color photos of wildflowers found throughout the Eastern United States. Detailed text, close up photos of leaf images, and stunningly clear flower detail enhance identification.
– Laura Cotterman
This colorful book is an authoritative trail side reference for hikers, naturalists, gardeners, and anyone wishing to learn more about the region’s diverse flora. This comprehensive guide describes and illustrates more than 1,200 species, including perennials and annuals, both native and naturalized non-native. More than 1,300 superb color shoots, 1,200 range maps, and a user friendly organization by color and other observable traits make identification easy.
Meta’s Best Astrophotography Books For Beginners
– Jennifer Wu and James Martin
Photography: Night Sky will give you the tips you need to take stunning night sky shoots in the dark. You’ll learn how to overcome the unique issues that confront nighttime photographers and capture images of which you’ll be proud. This clear and practical guide will help photographers of all levels portray the stunning spectacle of the night sky, preserving those special memories and moments from a life outdoors.
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