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KLIATTWhy two books by the same author on the same subject, published by the same publisher? Digital Photography; An Introduction and the KISS Guide to Digital Photography are very similar but have a slightly different approach. Although both are easy to read and are suitable for the beginner photographer, the first book is written in a more traditional format and will appeal to someone with more experience with traditional photographic techniques. While both volumes are filled with beautiful photographs that illustrate the author's points, the second book uses cartoon graphics, "simple summaries," and more white space and colorful layout notations. It is organized from the simplest issues to the most complex. The first book has a more "professional" look and feel and appears to go into more depth on some issues, including using specific models of cameras and equipment, which may make it seem out-of-date in a short time. Either book fills the niche of guidebook to the world of digital photography, depending on which approach meets the reader's comfort level. KLIATT Codes: JSA—Recommended for junior and senior high school students, advanced students, and adults. 2003, DK, 223p. illus. index., Ages 12 to adult.