You can now find all the information you need online. Despite living in the digital age, there is nothing like reading a book. You can turn the pages and create your books. These books are packed with information and life lessons for photographers.
These books will be informative and entertaining for professionals, amateurs, and enthusiasts alike. These books are a treasure trove of knowledge and wisdom that the internet cannot match. These 10 books are essential for every photographer.
What they don’t teach you in photo school author: Demetrius Fordham
The title of this book is true to its name. It takes you on a journey through his life and the lessons he learned. Demetrius Fordham’s book appeals to the visual thinker and will prepare you for success in your career launch.
Digital Photography Complete
Author: Ben Long
The book covers all aspects of digital photography, including shooting, post-production, and printing. It also covers the technical and theoretical skills that photographers need. This book is ideal for both beginners and experienced photographers.
The Photographer’s Eye
Author: Michael Freeman
Michael Freeman is a photographer with a distinctive voice and captivating writing style. You’ll learn how to filter the images you see and gain the ability to take strong photos of what surrounds you.
The Art of Photography: A Guide to Personal Expression
Author: Bruce Barnbaum
The book was originally published in 1994 and is still relevant today. This book is widely considered to be the best textbook on photography. The author provides many tips and tricks for both digital and traditional techniques. He also discusses the philosophical and creative aspects of photography. This book is for all levels of photographers, from beginners to professionals.
The Photography Book
Author: Editors at Phaidon Press
This book is great for inspiration and planning. It is full of unique photos that make the book a pleasure to flip through. Photographs of various subjects are included to show photographers what great photography looks like.
Understanding Exposure 3rd Edition: How To Take Great Photographs With Any Camera
Author: Bryan Peterson
Exposure is a complex concept that can take some time to learn. This book will help you master exposure and learn how to shoot in manual mode.
Photographic composition: A visual guide
Author: Richard D. Zakia
The success of a photograph depends on its composition. Richard Zakia reveals the basic rules of composition and explains how to apply them in your photography. The book is visually stunning and should be treasured by all photographers.
Night Photography: Finding Your Way Through the Dark
Lance Keimig is the author.
How better to gain knowledge than from an expert in night photography? Lance Keimig shows you how to capture great images in different lighting conditions and produce outstanding shots. This book contains practical techniques as well as historical and theoretical information. It is ideal for anyone who wants to learn night photography.
100 Photos That Have Changed the World
Author: Life magazine, introduction by Gordon Parks
A complete list is incomplete without a book on the coffee table. This book is a tribute to great photography and is an inspiration resource for professionals who strive high. This book is filled with vibrant imagery and important photographs that have truly made a difference in the world.
Creative Black & White
Harold Davis is the author.
The magic and power of black and white photography can be magical. Many factors go into creating a color photo. This book will help you see in black or white and decide which mode to use. Harold Davis explains how to use black and white photography and modify them.