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Travel Photography in a Day for Dummies

2.75 of 5 stars 2.75  ·  rating details  ·  8 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Take better travel shots on your next vacation with this terrific, 100-page e-book!From pro to hobbyist, from short weekends to dream vacations, every photographer wants to be able to capture memorable and compelling travel photos. Now you can hit the road with this fast-paced, In A Day For Dummies e-book that really zeros in on how to best capture eye-popping travel photo ...more
Published July 26th 2012 by For Dummies (first published July 1st 2012)
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Travel Photography in a Day for Dummies gave an overview about the three kinds of cameras people used for travel photography, which are the smartphones, digital cameras, and the DSLR's. Serge Timacheff also described the limitations and specific specialties of each. He also spoke about tips on how to protect one's camera from the unexpected elements, because of traveling. Traveling deals with plenty of weather changes.

The book was a quick read. It is ideal for reading in the airport, during a fl
I'm going to forebear giving a rating here, since one handicap the book had -- at least as I viewed it on my kindle -- was not the author's fault. Namely, everything was in black and white. Duh, I suppose, but this seriously detracted from the whole reading experience. And it also isn't fair to criticize the author for brevity in certain areas, since going into the book it is made perfectly clear that that's what is aimed for.

On balance I suppose if I were to ignore the issue my now seemingly o
Jun 14, 2013 Noah rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Beginning or Professional Photographers
This short 112 page book is a great short read and covers and/or refreshes you on all the basics of photography. As the title states, it is readable in a day so don't expect extremely detailed information, however, it does have links to the website to get some more detailed information. The book covers a broad range of different types of photography, cameras, and settings, which makes the book a good read for someone who is picking up a camera for the first time or for a professional ...more
It wasn't quite what I was expecting. There were some good points throughout but I expected more tips on how to photograph a vacation from different views, not just suggestions that you should find different angles. There were some how-to topics included, but not what I was wanting. I'll try again with a different book.
Lisa (windandthestars)
While the part of the book that dealt with photography was a nice refresher, the majority of the book focused on topics I had no interest in like social media and options for backing up photos. While I can understand how this information might be useful to a beginner, it left me disappointed.
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