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Jeff Wignall



Jeff Wignall, former camera columnist for the New York Times and Technical Editor of Photo District News, has written numerous best-selling books, including The Joy of Digital Photography. A frequent contributor to many photo magazines (Popular Photography, American Photo, Outdoor Photographer and PC Photo Digital), Jeff shoots advertising and advertorial work for major clients including Sony, Canon, Nikon, and Olympus; thousands of his photos have been published in every print medium.
Books currently available by this author

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Ilex Press

The Photography Bible

Michael Freeman
Authors:
Michael Freeman

Created by expert professional photographer Michael Freeman, this convenient book is divided into the four essential areas for photographers to understand; the exposure, light & lighting, composition and editing. It's quick and easy to refer to in the field, by the computerIn a convenient take-anywhere format, this book packs in a lot of value for anyone interested in photography, and without skimping on quality. You'll find how to get great portraits, perfect landscapes and take outstanding artistic compositions; important information whatever camera you choose.

Ilex Press

The Photographer's Master Guide to Colour

Jeff Wignall
Authors:
Jeff Wignall

Colour is key in photography, but very few photographers actually understand how it works - and new software and ever-improving camera sensors have now given them an infinite number of options.Finally, a thorough course on colour and the role it plays in digital photography. The latest book by best-selling photographer Jeff Wignall will give you a new understanding of the important role colour plays in the creation of successful photos, and let you take outstanding colour photographs with any digital camera.Filled with Wignall's inspirational work, this is the essential guide for everyone wishing to create awesome photographs that capitalise on the nuances and interplay of colour, without having to rely entirely on the saturation slider.