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Additional information

Publisher ‏

‎ WATSON GUPTIL (27 July 2021)

Language ‏

‎ English

Paperback ‏

‎ 208 pages

ISBN-10 ‏

‎ 077043309X

ISBN-13 ‏

‎ 978-0770433093

Dimensions ‏

‎ 21.69 x 1.52 x 26.67 cm

5 reviews for Bryan Peterson Photography School: A Master Class in Creating Outstanding Images   Import  Single ASIN  Import  Muleiple

  1. Dr. P V Nageswara Rao

    Lucky to have this amazing book
    Earlier I have bought some books of this Author.He is so humble and wise to utilise our existing equipment in a maximum use without investing any fancy stuff.After seeing his photographs, I feel guilty for not using my Accompanying Kit Lens. I have observed that this eminent Author try to create wonderful images with his KIT lens in most of the instances.The lesson is, to create great images, Creativity and vision is more important rather than mere equipment.

  2. Elisa 20

    I have many photography instruction books, but this one fills a special niche for its breadth of advice and the examples of photos and how, specifically, to have improved them. But the publisher has done the reader no favors in choosing such a small faint typeface. And, I have to wonder, WHY? Every page has so much empty white space that could so easily have been filled by providing a more easily readable text. There seems no reason for their decision and it’s too bad, as every teacher knows that you want the presentation to be so easy to navigate that students can just focus on the content (which, as here, has so much to offer.)

  3. Riff

    Not really a masterclass……but some good concepts well explained
    Goes from fairly basic subjects such as panning, freezing motion, blurring motion etc but gives it a reasonably thorough treatment and some good guidelines on shutter speeds to try. There is a final section on Photoshop which is not that useful. I have only read a couple of sections properly and they were on the photographic triangle. A basic concept but these were pretty good but I found the writing style rather pompous although he gives very clear explanations. I suppose the ‘masterclass’ bit is his critique of his student photos compared to his own of the same subject…..interesting and useful but his style strangely irritated me. Overall the book seems pretty good for new and more experienced photographers. It tries to cover a wide range of topics it doesn’t just deal with the mechanics but aims for the creative flair bit too.** I have now read the book fully. The style still irritated but the content is good and illustrates a number of ways to improve your photography. I particularly found the sections on viewpoint and composition very useful. So well worth a read!!

  4. Sinna Max

    Love his books but this one needs proofreading and editing
    Love all his books but this one could cause some serious head scratching with beginners. There are numerous misprints including on page 8 and 9. Needs proofing and editing.

  5. Marsha

    I really enjoyed this book
    I have most of the other Bryan Petterson books. What I liked about this one is that he showed you how a student took a photo and then showed you an improved photo after giving them instructions on how to make it better.

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