by Susan McCartney
Reviewed April 24, 2002.
Allworth Press, 1999. 339 pages.
Available at Sembach Library. (778.9 MCC)
I recently bought a new digital camera. It has some possible
fancy settings, so I checked out this book to try to get more of an idea
how I could use them. Also, almost all of the pictures I take could
be called Travel Photography, since they’re all taken in Europe, so I figured
it would apply.
I found that this book is more for the person who wants to make a living
as a travel photographer. I did learn that I’m not interested in
doing what that would take! It didn’t give much basic information
on using cameras--She expected you to know that already. However,
there were several tips about taking good pictures while travelling that
I could use. And it was interesting to learn about the life of a
travel photographer and how many details are involved.
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