Tony Northrup's DSLR Book: How to Create Stunning Digital Photography

Review: Tony Northrup’s DSLR Book: How to Create Stunning Digital Photography

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So if you want the quick review of Tony Northrup stunning digital photography e-book can depending on how you get it here. It is with 233 pages and over 3 hours of video training with quizzes to help you remember what you have learned practical examples.

To go out and try yourself and exclusive access to readers for room and Facebook page button to get dedicated help, also get free updates for lifetime. For about 15 quid, it’s an absolute bargain for the beginning photographer or maybe the more advanced shooter who wants to revisit the basics to learn more about a specific area of photography.

I’d say that Tony Northrup’s stunning digital photography is pretty much a must buy. It is the type of book that have you’re reading through the whole thing first, and then you could be coming back to it as a reference for the rest of your photo photographic life where you want to sharpen your skills about a particular genre, so that’s the quick part over.

And now let’s get into the details of if you’re not convinced or maybe you’re a little bit skeptical about how good could this book. Now the first thing Tony Northrup knows how to write the structured manuals. He wrote over 25 of stuff from Microsoft and Sam’s publishing. And I’ve got to say this book when it comes to the learning the technical sides of large parts of the art it’s comprehensive indeed. Each chapter includes a detailed explanation of why and how you should go about photographing a specific scene or situation.

The camera equipment at settings you might need and then there are the links to videos or embedded videos depending on how you read the book. Tony Northrup shows you real-world examples of toning usually working with his wife Chelsea doing the things that we’re talking about.

There’s an online quiz where you can click through and answer questions. It’d be like you know which focal length may be best for doing a headshot and stuff like this and you might think if you’re more advanced photographer. I guarantee you there’ll be some questions in there that will have you thinking about doing it this way. Quizzes are often there is not a right and a wrong answer; there might be several right answers.

There are also practical things to go as well as what homework assignments good to sharpen your skills and to make you remember. You’ve just been learning about in studying digital photography as it’s called often tawny covers quick tips composition lighting controlling your camera problem-solving. He goes into more detail with chapters on portraits weddings, animal photography, landscapes nights, HDR macro and close-up and underwater photography. The length of each chapter varies reflecting kind of Tony’s strength and experience on the various subjects. Probably bird photography portrait chapters being the most comprehensive.

Tony’s committed to giving you lifetime of free updates for this book so as he includes more information. The book which will get bigger things would be updated and I’m sure he’s going to increase the scope, maybe sections on sports photography and motorsport photography. Astrophotography does not protectively the stars, but you know after to zoom in and take photographs of planets, solar systems and galaxies. Things like that with telescopes and maybe a little bit more impose brushing it at post-processing. He does do the separate Lightroom books but it would be nice to have a bit about perhaps mythos things about simple post-processing. Picasa and Lightroom maybe Photoshop the GIMP because as much as we talk about technique and how to do stuff post-processing with digital photography is kind of it is vital almost every single photograph you take. It will benefit from some post-processing because if you think about the days when we used to use film the post-processings after the color field was baked into the film already. That’s why people use different types of film because they had different looks. You know a negative film doesn’t look like a raw file and even JPEGs to a certain extent can be quite blended. They need the colors and contrast raising often and so I think it would be essential to have a little bit more detail about that. Tony includes a few more hands picks top photographs for his examples, most of the photos he adds you to know they are stunning which he or his wife has taken.

One of the most significant parts about learning to take better photographs is by looking at really great photos; some may be more of a breadth of talent on show in the book would improve the publication. It does have the feel of a bit of a technical manual. I mean because you can argue no photography is a large part technically and there’s not that much example of humor in it. If you watch their live show on YouTube, which is funny with what he says, bring a smile to your face.

While you’re learning all this great information- now I only bought the digital version of this book, but I liked it so much that I’ll definitely be purchasing the paperback version and Tony’s Lightroom book as well and then I’ll do a review of that soon.

I recommend if you’re a beginner photographer or a more experienced photographer looking to revisit you know some of the basics or learn about some different aspects of photography. I say head on over to Amazon or Tony’s own website over at. Grab yourself a copy of SDP you know it is highly recommended.

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