People and focus: how to photograph anyone, anywhere
Amphoto, 1993 - 144 pages
Photographing people can seem intimidating. Many picture-perfect moments are lost when you hesitate before asking permission to shoot someone's picture. As a result, vacationers often return home loaded with shots of breathtaking landscapes, spectacular sunsets, and magnificent cathedrals but only memories of the local people - the street vendors, shopkeepers, and children.
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Review: People in Focus: How to Photograph Anyone, AnywhereUser Review - Goodreads
Usually I find tons of useful tips with Peterson's books. This particular book seems to go over techniques that he as already covered in previous books.
Review: People in Focus: How to Photograph Anyone, AnywhereUser Review - Meghan - Goodreads
This book isn't as good as the author's other book "Understanding Exposure". This book overlaps a lot in Understanding Exposure and the items that are not in Understanding Exposure are very elementary ... Read full review