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For anyone who’s tired of taking bad photos, this book is the answer. Here, readers learn all they need to know to improve their pictures—for both film and digital cameras—from stocking a camera bag to setting film speed, processing, and more. Complete with chapters on the elements of great pictures as well as tips and advice from a professional lensman, this book will help even casual point-and-shoot photographers get better results.
• There are 177 million cameras in the United States shooting an average of 17 billion photos per year
• Photos and illustrations throughout
• Digital camera sales have exploded in recent years
• Perfect size and format for easy take-along in a camera bag or purse