Take photos like a pro without breaking the bank by using FREE and nearly FREE software and hardware explained in this book. Get professional looking shots from a low-cost camera Save money by building your own lighting rigs, tripods, monopods and stabilisers for next to nothing Learn how to use older lenses on modern digital cameras, and make your own macro lens, lens hoods, flash diffusers, flash concentrators, decorative Bokeh effect lenses and more Use dozens of FREE and low cost photo applications for processing, viewing, cataloguing, editing, creating HDR, and photo stitching Build powerful photography processing and editing suites with free software and plugins that go head to head with expensive tools like Adobe Photoshop and LightroomIf you want to sell your photos to magazines, you should start reading pdn. ... not as comprehensive, but it carries news and information about the latest trends in the photo industry and has many useful features and a FREE guide to photo gear .
|Title||:||Digital Photography for Next to Nothing|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2010-07-13|