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 portraitpeverything 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.
Comments about Photography Field Guide: People and Portraits:
This book is a gift to my children ages 21 years and 16 years. I have given each a DSLR camera with a tripod and a telephoto zoom lens and this book will be an instruction to them to take photos of people and portraits suitably composed.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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