In Focus Photohraphers' Club Bordon, Hampshire. UK.

Last updated 3rd February 2019

The publications listed below are taken from public domain archives.
All can be freely downloaded by doing a simple searches on Google.

Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO
These are the building blocks of good photography and making good choices on the combination of these 3 controls will give superior results than you will get by using the camera on Program or Auto.

The Building Blocks of Photography
An InFocus Photography Club publication

Basic Photography
Lesson 1: Exposure - Lesson 2: Sensors and File Formats - Lesson 3: Focus and Metering - Lesson 4: Light and Color - Rules of Thumb

Copyright Law
Copyright Notice: digital images, photographs and the internet by The Interllectual Property Office.

The Eye of the Beholder
Creative Digital Photography as Edited by Hugh Clack

Basic Photography
Using a digital camera

Ultimate Field Guide to Digital Photography
From the National Geographic Photography Basics series

Digital Photography
With and without Flash

The Handbook of High Speed Photography
Part of googles Project Gutenberg digital imiging series of classic books

Burst photography
For high dynamic range and low-light imaging on mobile cameras

Introduction to Photography
Tips and techniques for better photography

Basics of Photography:
Taking Better Photos by Understanding How Your Digital Camera Works

Lighting 101
Welcome to Lighting 101. You may not realize it yet, but you have just stepped through a door that may change your photography forever

Guide to Photography
From the National Geographic, photography basics series

Digital Photography for beginners
A short guide by by Robert Berdan of

Basic principles of photography
A short guide from photographys begging till the present day

Wildflower Photography
A short guide with 13 tips and tricks to take better wild flower photographs

Photoshoot Guidelines
A guide to photoshoots from The Imperial College London

Photography 101
What Makes a Great Picture?

Make Photographs Sharp
While not every photograph needs to be utterly sharp to be successful, it's important to understand how to achieve maximum sharpness when you need it.

Shoot like a Pro
Digital photography techniques by Julie Adair King

Smartphone Photography 101
The Ultimate Guide to Smartphone Photography




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