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National Geographic Ultimate Field Guide to Photography
National Geographic Ultimate Field Guide to Photography
(Based on 6 reviews)
Category: Books/Photography

Thoroughly updated, straightforward and entertaining, this is the ultimate source for people seeking how-to advice from the editors and photographers of National Geographic.


$24.95
Fundamentals Of Photography Course on DVD
Fundamentals Of Photography Course on DVD
(Based on 1 review)
Category: Photography/Photography Guides

Photographs are more than just snapshots. When taken the right way, they become dramatic personal statements with the power to last forever. They can transport you to distant landscapes, capture fleeting emotions, recall cherished memories, reveal the beauty of daily life, and even change the world.


$254.95
$79.95
National Geographic Complete Photography
National Geographic Complete Photography
(Based on 8 reviews)
Category: Books/Photography

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. Throughout, voices and photographs from the greatest of National Geographic photographers add authority to these pages. Chapters build from camera basics—like how a digital camera works, what different lenses do, and the definition of exposure—to advanced and specific techniques—such as taking the best family candids, underwater photography, or techniques for capturing fireworks on film. Every chapter includes a feature called "My Perspective," highlighting a National Geographic photographer and his or her work with a personal note on photography. Every chapter ends with a feature called "What Makes This Photograph Great?"—twelve different iconic National Geographic photographs are analyzed thoroughly for their subject matter, composition, lighting, and exposure—by James P. Blair, longtime National Geographic photographer. A fascinating illustrated timeline of photography places milestone moments in the developing technology and art of photography into historic context. With something for everyone, novice and experienced amateur alike, designed in such a way that a reader can dip in and out of page after page, this complete reference will become a family favorite, to which young and old will refer over and over for years to come.


$40.00
$28.00
National Geographic: The Ultimate Field Guide to Landscape Photography
National Geographic: The Ultimate Field Guide to Landscape Photography
(Based on 2 reviews)
Category: Books/Photography

Ever wonder how landscape photographers manage to capture every detail in a panoramic shot of the Grand Canyon? Want to make a waterfall look like velvet? Or highlight the shafts of sunlight in your pictures of forests? These answers and more can be found in this definitive new guide to landscape photography—a must-have resource for amateur and experienced shutterbugs alike.


$21.95
Photography Field Guide: People and Portraits
Photography Field Guide: People and Portraits
(Based on 1 review)
Category: Photography/Photography Guides

The second in a line of National Geographic photography field guides, People and Portraits gives you all of the information you need to take the perfect picture with your own camera. This book reveals the best angles, lighting, and lenses to capture candid photos and portraits of family, friends, and everyone else. How to evoke a subject's true character on film, how to compose a formal family portraitvpeverything the reader needs to know about photographing people is in this book. With the easy-to-understand instructions from an accomplished National Geographic photographer, you will be able to take pictures portraits worthy of framing.


$21.95
Fragile: The Human Condition
Fragile: The Human Condition
(Based on 2 reviews)
Category: Books/Photography
i>Fragile is the documentation of life stories in sixty-five countries. It is about personal accounts, some successful, some shattering. The book is an effort to move intellectual discussions to face emotional realities. It is one man's attempt to bring this reality to those who may be motivated to affect change.

It is difficult to write a book about so much that is wrong in the world—the stark truth may cause many readers to turn away, but if stories are sugar-coated, the truth becomes distorted. There is a fine balance between suffering and solutions.


$35.00
Through the Lens - Collector's Series Edition
Through the Lens - Collector's Series Edition
(Based on 2 reviews)
Category: Books/Photography

For more than 100 years, National Geographic has set the standard for nature, culture, and wildlife photography. In Through the Lens, 250 spectacular images—some famous, others rarely seen—are gathered in one lavish volume.


$16.95
Organize Your Digital Life
Organize Your Digital Life
(Based on 1 review)
Category: Books/Photography

Now that you’re digital, from cameras to music, how do you create a convenient digital archive of your digital and paper photos and records that you can store in your computer, easily reach, and actually enjoy?


$19.95