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Travel Photography Books


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Digital Travel Photography!

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Order now and get the companion guide for free!

How do you turn the average vacation snapshot into the kind of breathtaking photos you see in books and magazines? It isn't fancy professional equipment. It's knowing what to look for.

Taking better pictures is more about following basic rules of composition than it is about photo techniques. And learning that process using great travel photos as examples is the easiest way. The fun part is applying these simple rules yourself. Most people see their pictures improve instantly.

This book covers all that, plus more. Chapters range from basic camera equipment, including media cards and storage devices, to advanced shooting techniques, such as night photos of the stars.

If you order now from this website, you will get a free copy of the companion guide, not available anywhere else. This $10 value is perfect for quick reference when you need it most. Use the big book for the details and the breadth, and use the smaller, compact guide when you want to travel light.

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