photo book

Understanding Composition

Bryan Peterson’s Understanding Composition Field Guide is a new book from from the author of the wildly popular Understanding Exposure.

“In this handy, take-anywhere guide, renowned photographer, instructor, and bestselling author Bryan Peterson frees amateur photographers from the prejudices of what is “beautiful” or “ugly” so that they can instead focus on color, line, light, and pattern.”

Bryan Peterson’s Understanding Composition Field Guide retails for $22.99; however, it is currently available for $12.63 on Amazon.com.  It is also available in a Kindle Edition.

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Create Great iPhone Photos is a new book from Allan Hoffman that covers iPhone photo apps, tips and tricks to help users get the most out of their iPhone cameras.  I don’t know that I’ve seen a book solely dedicated to using your iPhone’s camera, but if you’re really wanting to do more with your iPhone photography, you can find the book for about $19 on Amazon.

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Digital Foci Pearl White Photo Book

At WPPI, Digital Foci has launched a pearl white version of its digital Photo Book, which features an 8-inch display at 800 x 600 resolution and 4GB of internal memory.  The new digital Photo Book is geared toward wedding photographers as a proof album.  It is priced at $189 and should be available in June 2010 at B&H Photo, Adorama and Amazon.

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Digital Foci Photo Book

by on February 19, 2009

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This new Photo Book from Digital Foci is not so much of a book as it is a digital photo browser with a nice pleather binder.  It has an 8″ screen and is set to be available in May for $189.  More info in the press release below.

A couple of questions for you wedding photographers:

1. Is this something you would use to show proofs to clients or would you rather use a laptop?

2. Would you consider adding this as part of a package or an extra (i.e., clients take the digital album home loaded with their photos)?

Add your thoughts in the comments below.

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