My Photography & Photoshop-related Books:
(as of July 26, 200&7)
The Digital Photography Book: The Step-By-Step Secrets for How to Make Your Photos Look Like the Pros! by S. Kelby
Shoot Like a Pro! DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY TECHNIQUES by J. King
The Digital SLR Guide: Beyond Point-and-Shoot Digital Photography by J. Canfield
Digital Photography: Expert Techniques, 2nd Edition by K. Milburn
National Geographic Photography Field Guide by P. Burian, R. Caputo
Lighting the Nude - Top Photography Professionals Share Their Secrets by A.Larg, R. Hicks, F. Schultz
Photoshop® CS2 Killer Tips by S. Kelby, F. Nelson
Idea to Image in Photoshop CS2: Rick Sammon's Guide to Enhancing Your Digital Photographs
Sams Teach Yourself Adobe® Photoshop® CS3 in 24 Hours
Photoshop® CS2 FOR DUMMIES by P. Bauer
Digital Art Photography FOR DUMMIES by M. Bamberg, MA
Adobe Photoshop CS2: Photographers’ Guide by D. Busch
The Photographer's Guide to Photoshop by B. Thomas
The challenge now is to find time to digest all the wonderful & useful contents. Some of these books were just xerox copies/printed from an eBook format. I then had them professionally bookbounded.
However, I'm focused with Harry Potter Book 7 this week so everything else is slowed down.
Friday, July 13, 2007
Tuesday, July 10, 2007
Thursday, July 05, 2007
Finally, my photography kit now includes a decent bag. Previously, I was just using a generic all-purpose bag - it's not padded and stuff inside easily gets tangled. I used it because it doesn't look like a camera bag.
Yesterday, I bought a black Tamrac Velocity 8x. It looks cool and still doesn't look like a camera bag. I tried stuffing my whole kit (save the tripod) and there's still room left for a souvenir or two.
"He's called Dr. J because, on the court, he operated on people." - Nate "Tiny" Archibald on Julius "Dr. J" Erving