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Books about photography are a dime a dozen. Two of them belong onto the shelf, after reading. Well, four. But fortunately three of them can be bought in a boxed set.

First of all there is „The Photograph: Composition and Color Design“ by Harald Mante. For many the pure instructions. Composition is explained in a way that makes it easy to relate to. And the mechanism of colors can be learned with cause and effect. A wonderful book, more images than text, though useful for direct implementation.

Now, after knowing how the photo should look, one just has to take it. And that can cause some headache.

That‘s the moment for Scott Kelby‘s Books „Digital Photography Boxed Set, Volumes 1, 2, and 3“. Most approaches on one page, with background, what to achieve and how it works - plain vanilla.

More - see nota.