Synopses & Reviews
User-friendly manual for amateur photographers and users of "point-and-shoot cameras."
How Many times has the parent snapped a great family scene and been shocked when the pictures come back to see their ones with no heads--or their faces invisible in a could of darkness? How to Take Great Family Photos is the book to make sure that those disappointments never happen again. This plain-talking, practical guidebook does exactly what is says on the jacket: teaches the amateur photographer how to take great family photos. Accessible pictures easy-to-follow layout and simple, step-by-step text and tip boxes will illuminate for readers where they have been going wrong in the past and how to easily correct their mistakes--to great effect.
A practical guidebook, this title is designed to make sure that family photograph disappointments never happen again. Accessible pictures, easy-to-follow layout and simple text and tip boxes should show readers where they have been going wrong and how to easily correct their mistakes.