Photography Podcast

PNC 75 live recording – Aug 7, 5pm EST

Posted in General on 06-08-2012 | 5 Comments

book_shelfThe next episode of you photography podcast will be recorded tomorrow, Aug 7, at 5pm EST (12pm PST, 4pm CST, 10pm BST).

We will talk about Photography Books and share a few recommendations on books we think should be in your book shelf.

And we want to hear from you. Which photography books, technical or non-technical, you think are essential in any photographer’s shelf?

Let us know in the comments below.

As always, you will be able to follow the live recording, and interact with us, on our PhotoNetCast Live page.

Comments (5)

I like the ones that Ed Verosky has written mainly because they are easy reading, plenty of good advices, basic and instructional diagrams and not only talks about camera techniques but also other useful tips. Moreover, they are electronic books and not expensive.

http://www.edverosky.net/products/ebooks/

Best wishes!

Thanks for your suggestion Gerardo.

The Portfolios of Ansel Adams, Kertesz on Kertesz, Edward Weston 100 Photographs, Techniques of Classic Color Photography by David Gibbons, and just so you don’t think I haven’t bought a book in several decades, On This Earth by Nick Brandt.

Any book written by Bryan Peterson, like “Understanding exposure”, “Understanding shutter speed” or “Learning to see creatively”- those were my bibles when I was starting out, and I learned a lot from them. I would suggest any book by Scott Kelby for post-processing (and some photo taking tips as well). I also think the books by David DuChemin- “Within the frame” and “Photographically speaking” are making their way into photography classics, they are great resources. On more photography-filled then technical tips-filled books, I recommend the series from National Geographic – “In focus”, “Wide angle” and “Through the lens”. Those will show you that the picture does not need to be technically perfect to make it onto pages of the greatest photography magazine.

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