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The Kid's Guide to Digital Photography epub

by Jenni Bidner


The Kid's Guide to Digital Photography epub

ISBN: 043993382X

ISBN13: 978-0439933827

Author: Jenni Bidner

Category: Photo

Subcategory: Photography & Video

Language: English

Publisher: Scholastic (2007)

Pages: 64 pages

ePUB book: 1945 kb

FB2 book: 1191 kb

Rating: 4.3

Votes: 857

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I thought The Kid's Guide to Digital Photography by Jenni Bidner would be a good book for his weekly assigned free reading. The book has a good introduction to photography and the equipment involved.

I thought The Kid's Guide to Digital Photography by Jenni Bidner would be a good book for his weekly assigned free reading. There are basic pointers on composition, lighting, and so forth. From there the book goes into the ways that digital cameras work and how to use their settings.

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Digital photography is hot, and kids want to get in on the fun. This comprehensive instructional guide.

Jenni Bidner is the author of more than 20 books, including the award-winning Is My Dog a Wolf?. She is also an instructor with BetterPhoto. Country of Publication. Children's & Young Adult Non-Fiction. This comprehensive instructional guide, created especially for youngsters, tells them exactly what they need to know to capture those birthday parties, school events, sleepovers, and family vacations. Every important question gets an easy-to-understand answer: What’s a pixel? What is resolution and why does it matter?

Digital photography is hot, and kids want to get in on the fu.

For my book report I chose to read The Kids' Guide to Digital Photography by Jenni Bidner. I found the book to be very interesting. I think reading that book has helped me to take better pictures. I already loved taking pictures now I just understand more about photography after reading that book. Well, I'm off to explore more of Brooklyn through my lens.

Another great book for beginners, this guide to digital photography tells you everything you need to know to get .

Another great book for beginners, this guide to digital photography tells you everything you need to know to get started with your camera, and is particularly strong on explaining the inner workings of the technology in the words a non-techie can understand. That might not sound like something you need to know, but the author does tie it into photography technique in a way that really helps you wrap your head around what you're doing. Suitable for children and adults, this is one of the best photography books to make learning photography fun and rewarding, and ultimately whether it succeeds will be down to yo. .

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Don't get me wrong, this is a good book, but it isn't for young kids. The pages are filled with important information, and the models in the shots are all about 8-12 years old, but the content is too technical. Readers should be about 16 or older to get the most from this book. It's fine for adults. I might use 15% of this book as a guide to explain photo concepts to older kids.

I've been teaching photo classes at college level for more than 30 years and I started giving classes to kids a few years ago. The difference in the approach is huge! If kids don't get an immediate benefit from a lesson, like in 5 minutes, they'll tune out. I had hoped this book would give me new insights on how to make digital photography more fun and interesting for 8-10 year-olds but it will not. Look for a book that has step-by-step directions on how to take specific shots like a close-up bug photo, a group shot of friends, a sunset, a skateboard rider, etc.

Modern cameras do all the heavy lifting for photographers so almost no knowledge is needed about resolution settings, compression, film scanners, etc. Kids don't care about that stuff. They want to make pictures right now.

Bottom line: get a book that talks to kids in a way that kids talk to each other. And when you find that book, let me know.
Great book with easy-to-learn concepts for younger children (below 10 years of age). I've used it for summer camps and find the older kids feel it's too simplistic, but is quickly embraced by the 7-9 year olds. Lots of photos, little text. Perfect for young learners.
Excellent. My 12 year old daughter loves it so far, I bought it for her along with a few other similar books and a camera to get her into some kind of hobby other than too much screen time. Working so far and now she's reading more :)
this book covers the basics. easily written for a kid to understand. my daughter is 11 and that seems about the right level for her. i wish it covered more setting up a good composition. it covers the basics on camera use and scanners and fixing photos after in the computer. i wish photo books would stick to teaching how to take good pictures and not so much on fixing them up in the computer afterwards, but every book seems to spend a lot of time on that. overall, its the best book i could find for a kid. it's written in language that i think they will relate to well.
The kids in grades 3-5 love using this book as a reference guide for the digital photography club. It explains techniques and jargon in easy to understand words and uses excellent pictures to show the concepts!
I gave my granddaughter a camera and bought this book to accompany it. She is 9 years old and loves this book. (Ilearned a few things, too.)
Giving as a Christmas gift to one of my grandchildren along with a kid's gopro like camera
Just what a 10 year old granddaughter will enjoy during summer vacation, I will be her tutor.
Only reason not a 5 star is that it is probably better for 12 year olds, but she is smart and
has the desire. She requested a book on digital photography for kids as her birthday present.