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New book – Essential Photography Tips: Get the Most out of Your DSLR

Essential Photography Tips
Essential Photography Tips

I’m happy to announce that my new book is available on Amazon: Essential Photography Tips: Get the Most out of Your DSLR.

This book is mainly intended for fresh DSLR owners who are looking to enhance their photographic skills. Most of the advice presented in this book can be happily adopted by a mirrorless camera owner too.

You can read the book in chronological order, or you can skip around to topics you are most interested.

We will start by diving into composition. This is what matters most, composition rules should become a habit, and you have to be able to apply them without judging too much. We will then continue with a series of “How to” topics: “How to shoot a portrait”, “How to shoot a landscape” and so on.

Next we have some DO’s and DON’Ts. Among them are “Do not be afraid to go out on a cold day” and “Embrace the fog”. In the end we are covering tips on camera usage, general framework, post-production, and required accessories.

Book is full of pictures illustrating each topic. There is though one chapter without any attached photograph, but I will let you discover why is this 🙂

Now let’s get to work and remember: no matter how much you read, it’s worthless if you don’t practice. Go out and practice! Actually, we have a chapter dedicated to this, so move on 🙂

You can get the book now on Amazon. Please do not forget to send me your feedback, leave a review on the book’s page on Amazon. Every review helps, even the short ones. This is very much appreciated.

Chris Jock

I am a member of the younger generation of photographers, mainly raised in the digital era. Besides being a passionate photographer, I'm also an avid traveler, loving European Mediterranean people. You can find me all summer wandering between Greece and Spain.

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