Father’s Day is fast approaching. It’s a day for people to show their appreciation for their dad and father figures. Some people celebrate Father’s Day by purchasing a book for their dad. Checkout these unique books to gift dad this year.
The iPhone Photography Book: by Scott Kelby
Learn how to apply the same techniques today’s top pro photographers use to make stunning images. You’re going to learn exactly how to use these techniques to create beautiful images. People will just not believe you could actually take with a phone (but with the quality of the iPhone’s camera, you absolutely can!). Scott leaves all the techno-speak behind and, instead, treats the whole book as if it were just you and he out on a shoot with your iPhones, using his trademark casual, plain-English writing style to help you unlock the power of your iPhone to make the type of pictures you never thought could be done with a iphone.
Light on the Landscape: By William Neill
Filled with beautiful and inspiring photographs, Light on the Landscape is also full of the kind of wisdom that only comes from a deeply thoughtful photographer who has spent a lifetime communicating with a camera. Incorporating the lessons within the book, you too can learn to achieve not only technically excellent and beautiful images, but photographs that truly rise above your best and reveal your deeply personal and creative perspective, your vision, your voice.
LEGO with Dad: By Warren Nash
Break out the bricks, it’s time for awesome family fun! LEGO bricks can be an endless source of imagination and joy for kids of all ages. And now dads can join in too! LEGO With Dad is the ultimate guide to utilizing your bricks to build creative new projects as well as lifelong memories along the way. No expensive new sets required! With detailed instructions on the basic building techniques as well as more advanced and complex builds. This book is perfect for parents and kids all skill levels.
Mastering Bird Photography: By Marie Reed
In this richly illustrated book, you’ll learn how to be in the right place at the right time. Also how to obtain tack sharp portraits. Marie then teaches you to take your skills to the next level in order to capture action shots. Also illustrate birds in their habitats, and portray birds in evocative and artistic ways.
Building on basic technical topics such as camera choice, lens choice, and camera settings. Marie reveals how field-craft, compositional decisions, and knowledge of bird behavior contribute greatly to a successful bird photograph.
Captions for the over 400 images contained in the book provide details on the equipment used, as well as camera settings. Throughout the book, bird behavior insights provide bird photographers of all skill levels a wealth of essential insider information. That will help you produce images that stand out from the crowd.