Good Books on Digital Photography

From Macworld

There are many good digital photography books available in the market today. Not only are there updated versions of traditional classics (like Bryan Peterson’s Learning to See Creatively), but there are a mountain of books from people who grew up with Adobe Photoshop and waited, sometimes impatiently, for digital cameras to come of age. Two books that I have found to be especially good are Scott Kelby’s The Digital Photography Book ($20, Peachpit Press), and Complete Digital Photography, from Ben Long ($40, Charles River Media).

If you’re looking for a different type of book on the topic, however, it’s worth seeking out Stephen Johnson on Digital Photography ($40, O’Reilly), which recently made it to the top of my reading pile. The book is part history, part photographic philosophy, and part tutorial, all delivered in Stephen’s inimitable style. At first glance, it might appear to be more like a fine-art book than a tutorial/reference work, but it really is worth digging into.

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