They Laughed When I Showed Them My New Digital Camera, But When I Showed Them the Pictures...

They stood stunned, unable to believe the pro-quality photos they were looking at were taken by me.


Excellent beginning /intermediate guide to digital photography. Was a birthday present for my dad, who rates it highly. I have also browsed through it and picked up some good tips. Layout of book is good and example pictures to illustrate points. No nonsense guide.


This book meets my expectations. It contains (visually as well) all of the information I need to learn how to take better photographs focusing heavily on the creative side and not just technical.
Eros R.


My niece completely loved this book (who's been studying photography).. and judging by her recent photo work, the tips contained in this book are well-worth the price point of buying it!
Don Meyers


This book is fantastic. Covers all the basics and more in a very easy to understand way. Very happy with this purchase.


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Photography is a fun hobby for some and a rewarding career for others. I have actively been trying to improve my photography skills, and I have collected a few books on various topics relating to photography. I was pleased to have the opportunity to look at this book, which has turned out to be a much better book for me than most. It is suitable for the beginner as well as more experienced photographers and would work well in a course of study.
P Wilson


I consider myself an avid amateur photographer, having started to take photos many years ago (using film) and in the past three years picking up the hobby again using DSLRs. While I consider myself a pretty good photographer, photography is something you can take a lifetime to learn, so a book like “Complete Photography: Understand Cameras to Take, Edit and Share Better Photos” is a very handy resource to have around.
Jamie M


Photography hobbyists live in lucky times--highly capable cameras available at inexpensive prices and excellent photography books that can help anyone improve. I've been taking photos since film days and seem to learn something new from every new comprehensive photography guide. This one is no exception. Right off the bat, I liked the organization--both the topics chosen and the simplicity of the layout--color photos on part of every 2 page spread that don't overwhelm the text and aren't cluttered.
Louanne M. Machacek


This is a comprehensive book, almost a textbook, on photography. If you've been taking photos for a while and now you want to understand what is going on in that camera of yours, this is an excellent and thorough book. Learn to understand (and manipulate) focus, exposure, depth of field, shutter speed, and many many effects. Well-illustrated with examples, diagrams, and easy-to-understand explanations. How does flash photography work? Better, how to make flash photography work for the effect you desire. Same with pretty much every aspect of photography. There is a large section on different kinds of cameras and how they "see", all the different lenses and what they do. This is the single most comprehensive one I've seen. If you love photography, whether it is using the camera on your phone or a large format Hassleblad, you will want to own this book. I can't think of anything the author has left out. Big, complete book. Beautifully done.
L. D. Stone


The Complete Photography: Understand Cameras to Take, Edit and Share Better Photos book is must-have for students, hobbyist, or those perusing a career in photography. This book is large in size and covers everything a beginner, amateur or professional would want or need to know when it comes to learning specific techniques and skills.
Kindle Customer


Very informative, easy to read book that really helped me think like a photographer. I’ve been doing real estate photography for a couple of years, but my “education” was in-the-field job training with little to no technical language behind it. This book is helping me develop my craft and think critically about how to shoot smarter, both on the job and on the side. very good book no matter where you are in your photography “career”.


As a photographer of many years (since the late 1970s) I am very impressed with this rather comprehensive new photography book. I expected to read about things I learned years ago. After all, I have lived a broad evolution of photography. I started as a kid doing successful wild cave photography with a cheap Instamatic Camera with Magicubes (one flash and they were done). As a young adult I did completely manual photography on complex cameras. Theoretically, I should be unable to find anything new in this book. But low and behold, even though I have evolved to digital photography, it turns out that an old dog can learn new tricks in this book. For example, this book taught me about "Focus Stacking," something new to me. I also learned thankfully that if I use a flash from my older camera and put it on the flash shoe of my current Leica, I can blow out the fine circuits of my camera because of the older flashes using higher voltage.The changes in Noise control and ISO aspects was also part of my new learning curve. No matter who you are, I am sure there is something for you
Jane C.


Awesome. This book is about the best I have come cross explaining so much about photography that there really isn't much to offer in criticism. The book goes from the origins of photography to all kinds of excellent advice about taking pictures and editing and everything else. This is complete photography. This is the kind of book to read and dip into with questions. I love the format, which doesn't go in-depth on any particular subject, but has more than enough to allow me to understand a number of topics including more technical applications. I really loved how much I was able to learn just by dipping in here and there. There are innumerable examples with color pictures which is very helpful. A definite plus for any photographer. There is so much information here that even a few tips are worth the cost. I haughtily recommend this book for what it is. Excellent!
L. D. Stone


This book is a fairly complete guide on all things photography. Being a casual photographer shooting in both DSLR and pro-sumer automatic, it has a ton of helpful guidelines and tips. It’s always helpful to be reminded of exposure settings and what aperture and shutter speed is required for what I’m trying to achieve. There are even tips on composition. I would find that for the beginner photographer looking to really to get into photography more that the book is much more helpful. It touches on what equipment should be carrying in your bag as well as the types of lenses you would use. I also found that the masterclass sections of each chapter are worth an in depth read. It gives examples and ways to achieve them. The least helpful was the post-processing section since I am familiar with the various software typically used.
Robin K


Dear Friend,

If you want to really learn digital photography... if you have a digital camera but don't understand half of its features... if you are considering moving up froman old "film-style" camera to a digital camera but aren't quite sure what kind of camera to get... this websitewas written just for you.

Here's the story..

They Laughed at Me

I have never been known as the technical type. 

So when I got a digital camera for Christmas, my friends thought it was kind of funny.

I mean, I'm the person whose VCR still blinks "12:00" because I don't know how to set the clock.

Heck, come to think of it...I'm probably the only person in the US who still owns a VCR.

Anyway, you can see why my friends thought I was not the person who would excel with a digital camera. I take decent pictures with my old 35mm...but digital? A camera I have to "boot up"?

Well, I decided. I would show them...

How I Became A Digital
Camera Genius

Okay, I'm not really a digital camera genius. But my friends all think I am. Here's why...

I really decided I was going to figure this digital camer thing I started studying.

I read my camera's manual (a good place to start).

I got some magazines, some books, and started reading a lot of web sites about digital photography. Here's what I found out...

It's Easier Than You Think!

Turns out digital photography is not complicated once you know a few basics. In fact, it's way easier than "regular old photography".

Some of the reasons are:

  • No film costs. (Take as many pictures as you want...they're free!)

  • No processing costs. 

  • You can "fix" your photos on your computer.

  • Only print the pictures you want.

  • Practice as much as you want - with cheap storage now available, you can take and store as many pictures as you like.

And you don't need to know a lot of technical stuff.

That's the big secret.

In fact, what I discovered was that there are only a few key tricks and tactics that can make you TEN TIMES better as a photogapher once you know them.

Here's the problem...

There's No Simple Guide

I searched an searched for a good simple guide to digital photography.

You know, a booklet that was low on fluff and just tells me what I need to know about digital photography.

I don't want to know all the techincal details, or read a university-level course on photographic composition, etc.

I just want to know...what are the basic tips that pro digital photographers know that woudl make my pictures  a lot better?

Just teach me those tips,  was what I was thinking.

I couldn't find such a booklet.

So I compiled all my research, and had one created!

The Secrets Of Taking Great Digital Photos Every Time

This is the guide I was looking for but couldn't find. It's called Digital Photography Mastery. And here's just some of what's inside...

  • All about going digital - the hows and whys of digital photography, and why it makes your photographs better. (page 6-10)

  • Photography 101 - yes, this is the world's quickest & simplest "get up to speed" guide on taking great pictures. (page 12-14)

  • Choosing a camera - If you don't have a camera yet, or you're thinking of getting a different one, this checklist will make your choice simple.  (pages 14-17)

  • Accessories you need - hey, don't let camera salesperson load you up with a bunch of junk you don't need. Here's what you do need - plain & simple.  (page 18)

  • The clear guide to lenses - the basic lenses that will give you all the photo firepower you'll ever need. (page 19)

  • A firm foundation: your tripod. This simple tool will go a long way to making you a pro. Simple tripod tricks make you look like Ansel Adams! (page 21)

  • The secret lighting method pros use. Forget the flash! When you use this secret tool, you'll be amazed at how much better your photos look. (page 22)

  • Your basic photo toolbox. Just a handful of tools you must have in your toolbox to take great photos.  (page 23-27)

  • Extra gadgets that ramp up your "picture power".   Add these little babies to your toolkit for the extra edge that sets your photos apart from all the rest. (page 28-33)

  • Camera Settings Clinic.   The quick & simple guide to all your camera's settings, when & how to use them, and why "Auto" might not be your friend. (page 34-40)

  • Types of photography and how to do each.   Quick tips to enhance your portraits, landscapes,  nature, wildlife, zoo, sports, winter scenes, water shots, night photos,  and more. (page 47-60)
  • Printing and Editing.   how to "fix" and enhance your photos in simple editing software - and how to print like a pro for pennies on the dollar. (page 67-69)
  • Checklists that get you going.   The quick & simple checklists that will have you taking better photos from day 1! (page 79-85)

This just scratches the surface of what's in the book. 

I give you everything you need to really get started in your new hobby.

I'm sure that right about now, you're wondering...

How Much Does The Book Cost?

The real question is ask is: how much is it worth to finally know all the stuff about digital photography you've always wanted to know?

I suppose you could do what most people do -- just "make it up as you go", and use the "trial and error" method.

But why not take advantage of the experience and knowledge I've put into this simple book?

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And just in case you missed what I was saying, let me be clear...

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