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National Geographic Field Guide to Photography: Digital by Rob Sheppard
National Geographic Foto Guide by Burian
National Geographic Photography Field Guide: Action/Adventure by Bill Hatcher
National Geographic Photography Field Guide: Birds by Rulon Simmons
National Geographic Photography Field Guide: Digital Black & White by Richard Olsenius
National Geographic Photography Field Guide: Landscapes by Robert Caputo
National Geographic Photography Field Guide: People and Portraits by National Geographic Society
National Geographic Photography Field Guide: Secrets to Making Great Pictures by Peter Burian
National Geographic Photography Field Guide: Travel by Bob Caputo
National Geographic Ultimate Field Guide to Photography by Bob Martin
National Geographic Ultimate Field Guide to Travel Photography (National Geographic Photography Field Guides) by Scott Stuckey
National Geographic: The Ultimate Field Guide to Digital Video by Richard Olsenius
Photographing Your Family: And All the Kids and Friends and Animals Who Wander Through Too (National Geographic Photography Field Guides) by John Healey
Photography Guide For Kids by Neil Johnson

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Recommendations

  1. John Shaw's Nature Photography Field Guide by John Shaw (2000)
  2. Understanding Exposure by Bryan Peterson (1990)
  3. The Digital Photography Book by Scott Kelby (2006)
  4. Photography and the Art of Seeing: A Visual Perception Workshop for Film and Digital Photography by Freeman Patterson (1979)
  5. Lonely Planet Travel Photography by Richard I'Anson (2000)
  6. The Photographer's Eye: Composition and Design for Better Digital Photos by Michael Freeman (2007)
  7. Mastering Black and White Digital Photography by Michael Freeman (2006)
  8. Digital Photographer's Handbook by Tom Ang (2002)
  9. Basic Photo: Camera and Lens: The Creative Approach: Studio, Laboratory and Operation v. 1 by Ansel Adams (1970)
  10. Creative Nature and Outdoor Photography by Brenda Tharp (2003)
  11. Adobe Photoshop Restoration & Retouching by Katrin Eismann (2001)
  12. Learning to See Creatively: Design, Color & Composition in Photography (Updated Edition) by Bryan Peterson (1988)
  13. Digital Photography: An Introduction by Tom Ang (1999)
  14. Fine Art Nature Photography: Advanced Techniques and the Creative Process by Tony Sweet (2002)
  15. Life Library of Photography: Travel Photography by Time-Life Books (1971)

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