Learn from Tom Ang how to capture fleeting memories forever – including beautiful scenes, celebrations and your baby’s smile – in exquisite digital photographs.
Award-winning professional photographer Tom Ang shows how to choose the best camera and learn how to adjust its settings to control exposure, zoom and brightness. He explains how to light and frame your subject and cope with issues such as poor light conditions or a moving subject. Checklists for each shot tell you what camera mode and lens setting to use, with insider know-how, such as using the flash in bright light to reduce shadows.
Photography can lead you to unexpected beauty in places such as a city street, a fruitmonger’s stall, or reflections in water. Tom Ang guides your eye, showing you how to take stunning images. He describes how to take characterful portraits, dramatic silhouettes, and intriguing close-ups. Plus he gives valuable tips on taking for selling items online or documenting a project.
Illustrated throughout with Tom Ang’s own inspirational images, How to Photograph Absolutely Everything is your one-stop guide to enjoying photography and creating unforgettable images.
About the Author
Tom Ang is an award-winning photographer and best-selling author and was the host of BBC TV's A Digital Picture of Britain. He was Senior Lecturer in Photographic Practice at the University of Westminster for 12 years and has worked as a technical and picture editor for numerous specialized magazines and is now a full-time writer. His own photographs are exhibited around the world, and he has contributed to magazines such as the British Journal of Photography, Ag+ Photographic, What Digital Camera?, Total Digital Photography, MacFormat, MacUser, and Digital Camera Shopper.