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Photography Book For Beginners


When starting out with photography, it can be hard to find the right information to help you progress. The internet is great, there’s so much information out there, but it can be overwhelming. In this post I will introduce you to the photography book for beginners that I learned from.

This one book alone took me from a complete beginner to earning money from my photography within 6 months.

Classic Photography Problems Beginners Face

Blurry photos can be common when you’re learning

If you are just starting out with DSLR photography, I know what you’re experiencing. You are taking a lot of photos but not many of them are turning out; they’re blurry, or they’re too dark, or too bright, or they just don’t look right. That stunning landscape photo you just double-tapped on Instagram is not as easy to take as you thought!

I get it. The “basics” of DSLR photography don’t seem that “basic” at all, do they?

A Photography Book for Beginners That Delivers

Get that “happy photographer” feeling

You need a book that can take you from yelling and cursing at your camera, to wanting to hug the thing because you can take such good photos with it?!

Stunning Digital Photography by Tony Northrup is a book that can do just that. This book covers everything from composition and lighting, to Controlling your camera and problem solving. There is also advice for different types of photography, such as Weddings and Underwater photography.

This is not just a book though. You also get over 20 hours of free video training that is integrated into the book to support and bring more clarity to all the lessons. As if that wasn’t value-enough – with the eBook, you also get a lifetime of FREE UPDATES!

The 2020 ebook update also includes a new chapter on Sports photography. This is a comprehensive photography bible.

Where To Buy

You can download the paperback or Kindle version from Amazon by clicking the image below.

When you visit the page above, you can view some pages in the book to get an idea of the layout and how it reads.

I absolutely recommend the book and I would be surprised if you don’t find it extremely helpful. If you do decide to purchase a copy, let me know what you think of it by leaving a comment below.

Thank you for reading this blog today. Good luck with your photography.

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