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Snap Happy by Peter Cope
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Snap Happy

by Peter Cope

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 184442409X, Paperback)

Research repeatedly shows that children are keen adopters of technology, but for some skills they need guidance in order to get the best results. Photography for Kids introduces beginners to the essentials of cameras and associated equipment; they also learn how the key components contribute to good photos. More importantly, readers will discover that great photos are a result of learning basic techniques and practising them. They will discover that taking photos is only the start - with their results they can explore scrapbooking, collage and even elementary image manipulation.

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Introducing children to the essentials of cameras and associated equipment, 'Snap Happy' demonstrates the key skills of photography, allowing readers to capture great images with confidence.

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