Everyone can be a great photographer!

We all take photos in our daily life and collect memories that we can enjoy later and share with others. Now you can learn how to improve your skills as a photographer in a fun and easy way.  

With digital cameras we take a lot of pictures, and from time to time even some really good ones. Unfortunately, for most of us it doesn't happen too often. With this interactive book we will help you take your photography to the next level and beyond. We will give you the basic information you need to improve your skills and teach you some great tricks that will help you improve your photography dramatically. You will learn about cameras and how to optimize them. How to take great pictures in different locations and common situations and how to take those pictures that will really stand out.
 
Easy way to - Photography is a book for people who would like to learn a little more about photography and take better pictures, but live busy lives and don't have the time to spend 6 months on a photography course. Our goal with this book is to help you become a better photographer in a fun and easy way. Therefor we use images, sound, animation and videos for you to quickly and efficiently acquire new skills. Together with the interactive features that will let you customize your book, this will give you an enhanced learning experience. We will show you some really cool pictures and tell you the secrets behind them, so that you can learn to do the same. Your treasured memories will look better than ever!
  
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Features

Here are some of the features of this book:

  • Languages:
    • Text languages: English, French, Spanish, Norwegian ++
    • Spoken languages: English, French, Spanish, Norwegian ++

  • Contents:
    • 30 pages with beautiful illustrations
    • Background music and sounds
    • Narration
    • Games and activities
    • ...and a lot more!

Video

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Inspirational videomade by Ken Robinson.