Increase Efficiency & Impressive Results - 100 Great Photography Tips [NOOK Book]

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Increase Efficiency & Impressive Results - 100 Great Photography Tips.

There's nothing more special than capturing that once-in-a-lifetime moment on film. Everyone who enjoys taking pictures, no matter the subject, would like to learn more about how to improve. How to become a better photographer is one of the top searches on the Internet today.
Even with all the new camera models coming on the market ...
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Increase Efficiency & Impressive Results - 100 Great Photography Tips

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Overview

Increase Efficiency & Impressive Results - 100 Great Photography Tips.

There's nothing more special than capturing that once-in-a-lifetime moment on film. Everyone who enjoys taking pictures, no matter the subject, would like to learn more about how to improve. How to become a better photographer is one of the top searches on the Internet today.
Even with all the new camera models coming on the market today which claim to completely automate the whole process of taking pictures, there still is artistry involved and a certain level of technical skill required to take great pictures.
That’s where “100 Photography Tips” can help.
Whatever equipment you prefer, and no matter your skill level, you have something to learn from this resource. For example, you'll learn how to get your subjects to pose correctly, how to take great pictures no matter the environment, when to experiment with new techniques, and how to master difficult shots.
Becoming a great photographer is more than buying the right equipment. It involves a combination of skill, art, talent, and sometimes even luck. But as a great painter is never content but always strives to learn more and perfect his craft, the same is true of a great photographer.
“100 Great Photography Tips” has something for the beginner and the most advanced professional. Get your copy today, and learn how to be the best photographer you can be.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013703421
  • Publisher: Caring & Sharing
  • Publication date: 1/18/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 18
  • Sales rank: 1,346,386
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Posted December 23, 2012

    Not a word about photography in my book. All about god? Either a

    Not a word about photography in my book. All about god? Either a very strange mix up or its a fraudulent product. 

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 29, 2014

    Awesome

    The end Reminds me of gollum from the lord of the rings: tasty fish, yumy fish!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2014

    To below

    O. M. G. That is really creepy...by the way, there is another story a bit like this at 'die again'. It's by the same person who wrote Into the Asylum. If you haven't read it...that one is at 'asylum' result one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2014

    PROLOGUE - NO PLACE IN HE<_>LL

    ((This'll be a zombie story. Kinda stereotype, yeah, but hey. Zombies are hot topic. This story will contain swearing, gore, and some elements unsuitible for younger readers. No sex or anything. I don't write that. Also, this will not be your typical "undead" zombies. Coming back from death is impossible, so I say "infected." Be warned readers. It will only get more gory.)) The infected man sniffed the air. It carried the scent of humans, blood...and death. All of these scents exited it, the blood most of all. It stumbled over in the direction of the scent, its primitive brain hoping for a meal. Walking up to a door, it fumbles with the handle on a door. Suddenly, in a fit of rage, he slams himself repeatedly against it. It collapsed in, and with a screech, he hurled himself inside. There was human, aiming a long stick at the infected's heart. "Prepare to meet your maker, you son of a bi<_>tch!" The human says. The words mean nothing. The flash and bang of the stick, the tearing, yet painless sensation as the non-lethal peice of metal ripping through its chest mean nothing. All that matters is the blood leaking from a cut on the human's arm. The scent reaches the infected's nostrils, and he is excited beyond control. Shambling forward, it gnashes its teeth. Another flash; this time the bullet smashes through the infected's skull. But the gunshots bring only more infected. Three of them pile on top of the human. The gun flashes again and again, but they are futile. His screams are soon cut short. More infected join him, all fighting for a piece of meat. Life-saving meat. Tasty meat. The infected soon finish, drifting off in the city, hunting down humans. Tasty, tasty humans.

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    Posted August 25, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 16, 2012

    Wat

    Can i join?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 12, 2012

    Shark were clan

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