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Das Büchlein gibt eine Reihe von Tipps zum Fotografieren verschiedener Anlässe. Dabei von "Profi Tipp" zu sprechen ist aber eher amerikanisch.

Wer schon eins der vielen Einsteigerbücher zum Thema hat, wird hier nicht viel neues lernen, wer noch keins hat, der findet hier eines mit Humor.

Der Autor gibt sehr spezifische Ausrüstungstipps. Das ist nicht zwingend schlecht, aber aufgrund des schnellen Wandels der Technik nur von kurzem Nutzen.
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am 10. August 2010
Set aside his lame sense of humour, he discusses lots (from how to photograph flowers to wildlife to weddings) of subjects, without many details. You can find all his recommendations elsewhere on the internet, although not in one place (I suspect though if you photograph wildlife, you won't have much interest in weddings and the other way around). However, his advice is useful and it's a great starting point.Simple and quick, it's ideal if you're just starting out with photography. I would recommend this ONLY if you're really a beginner with a vague idea of basics.
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am 24. Juli 2014
Scott Kelby with his latest installment ‘Photo Recipes’ in long lasting ‘The Digital Photography Book’ series again manages to deliver excellent piece which will be useful for inexperienced photographers, but also for those who have a lot of pictures in their portfolio.

For long time I’m a big fan of Scott Kelby works, many of which I have reviewed on Amazon such as ‘Photoshop for Lightroom Users’ and ‘The Photoshop Lightroom 5 Book for Digital Photographers’ which are both part of ‘Voices That Matter’ series.

Still, in my opinion his best work is thick and even more helpful masterpiece ‘The Digital Photography Book’ which is not only one of the top-selling and most known photography books of all time, but also a book that with its wealth of information and accessibility is unsurpassed.

In this fifth installment Kelby in nine chapters on almost 250 pages in detail discusses what have been so far the most popular parts of his four ‘Digital Photography’ books – photo recipes – devoting whole book to them.

As already mentioned book is divided in following chapters:
- Shooting natural light portraits - recipes for making people look their best
- Using just one light - recipes for great results while still keeping things really simple
- Using two or more lights – two and three light recipes that are still pretty easy
- Hot-shoe flash like a pro – quick lighting recipes for using flash
- Shooting weddings - recipes for making bride look awesome (because nobody cares about the groom)
- Shooting travel – recipes that make them want to visit that place right now
- Shooting landscapes and nature – recipes for making the great outdoors look great
- Shooting other stuff
- Using post – step by step recipes to get the look using Lightroom and Photoshop

As already from this summary can be seen, the author retains his famous humor, but in same time excellently covered all topics that are interesting for hobby photographer and those who want to specialize in particular type of photography.

Book is full of great tips and examples so even if you do not buy it I recommend to at least browse through it in the bookstore because in 5 minutes certainly you’ll be able to learn some handy trick or two to make your pictures look more professional.

So in conclusion I can say that with ‘Photo Recipes’ book Kelby managed to prove what makes a good photographer is not only good equipment but also the usage of numerous small tricks and recipes that will make your image look of higher quality, and your style distinctive. Higher recommendation I cannot write, so if you jhave camera and love photography you'll love this great book.

‘B Is for Box’ made by David A. Carter is book of simple text and illustrations, but her magical attraction comes as a result of interaction offered to the young reader because of which neither to this work you will not be able to resist.

Starting from its cover that introduces Happy Little Yellow Box children will be invited to the exciting journey through alphabet, providing many possibilities for children interaction in form of pop-ups, flaps and pull-tabs which can be found on its pages.

The illustrations are made in very basic style while the text is short (e.g. “R is for a roaring rocket ship” or “F is for festive flowers”) which allows going through the book with your child in a relatively short period of time, for example during the time of afternoon play.

But where Carter’s book really shines is the approach author used which invites kids to action and thereby motivate for repeated going through the book, while inevitably children enable learning letters in process.

Therefore, this innovative and cute book made in heavy paper can be fully recommended for entertainment for kids between 2 and 4 years, in same time providing them an opportunity to learn a lot in process.
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am 19. Dezember 2007
Ich habe es sehr genossen, wie Scott Kelby die Themen angeht. So als ob ich einen Freund hätte, der mir bei meinem Fotoshooting mit Rat und Tat beiseite steht.

Kann das Buch nur jedem empfehlen, der ernsthaft digitale Fotografie als Hobby betreibt.

Inhalt *****
lesbar *****
Humor *****
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am 3. September 2008
Es macht Spaß das Buch zu lesen, für Anfänger sehr gute Tipps, für Fortgeschrittene zusätzliche Erkenntnisse. Für Profis weniger geeignet, es sei denn als Anleitung wie man Fotografie leicht und humorvoll vermittelt.
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am 1. August 2014
Scott Kelby geht hier auf eine ganze Reihe von Fragen und Ideen rund um den Einsatz einer Kamera ein. Er lässt die allermeisten Hintergrunddetails im Grundlagenbereich aus, was eine Blende ist sucht man in diesem Buch daher vergeblich. Viele Tipps sind jedoch sehr gut, und vor allem liefert das Buch eine gute Übersicht über was da in der Welt der Photografie gibt, was man wofür braucht, und was man damit machen kann. Sicher sind Kapitel wie über Hochzeitsshotings weniger spannend für den Amateur, aber insgesamt fand ich das Buch unterhaltsam und Lehrreich.
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am 4. Januar 2013
Scott Kelby welcomes people to digital photography with practical "how-to" tips, which are directly useful. No unnecessary (and sometimes boring) technique and theory. This book should make first time photographers curious about what is behind good photos. There are lots of good tips and tricks -also for people who are not too new to digital photography. I am now curious to see what the 2nd and 3rd books have to offer.
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am 27. Januar 2013
Well written and interesting. Not something to carry around as your out and about however, more something to read up on before leaving the house with your camera. As with all photography books the section on retouching concentrates on PhotoShop. Not every one has, or can afford this. It would be nice to find a book that explains some of the other softwares as well.
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am 28. Juni 2016
The content is really useful: straightforward tips that really matter for your photography. But the autor insists in making terrible jokes on EVERYTHING. It was supposed to make the read lighter, but it just doesn't help.
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am 19. Februar 2013
One of the good books for a beginner.Definitely covers a wide range of area and with some beautiful pictures to understand his points clearly. One of my first photography books and was worth the money I spent.
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