Jim Miotke believes that anyone, with a camera, can take an amazing photograph and that all it takes is learning some basics.
And that’s why he wrote BetterPhoto Basics, so that anyone can get more out of their camera in the easiest way possible.
Why We Love BetterPhoto Basics
The best thing about Jim’s book is that he’s designed it so that you can just dip in and out of it whenever you want to try something new, there’s no need to read it from cover to cover.
Just open it at a random page and then follow the instructions to get a new, creative direction.
You’ll also be pleased to learn that he teaches some basic PhotoShop editing techniques too and you can quickly learn how to process out any minor mistakes.
And if you do go through the whole book? You’ll learn a ton of advanced techniques that any budding pro would be pleased to have in his or her toolkit.
Final Thoughts On BetterPhoto Basics
BetterPhoto Basics is one of the most immediate and accessible photo tutorials that we’ve ever had the pleasure to encounter.
If you’re easily bored but want to take better images, this is the book for you.
Once you’ve mastered the basics you might also find Tony Northrup’s DSLR Book, The Digital Photography Book and The Art of Photography can help you improve even more!
You can grab a copy online here.