Almost everyone owns a digital compact camera nowadays, but how many are aware of just how versatile a tool it can be? In The Digital Compact Camera, photographer Mark Lucock reveals how even the simplest camera settings free up the user to be creative and imaginative, and ultimately more satisfied with their photographs.
Packed with inspiring photographs from all over the world, the book is divided into sections on travel, nature and landscape photography each full of exciting case studies that allow the reader to learn how to improve their photographs on a picture-by-picture basis.
In addition to this, there is plenty of information on how to choose the best compact camera for your needs, storing images and postproduction. The book contains:
• More than 50 case studies on the subjects of travel, nature and landscape photography.
• Straightforward yet informative detail on how to obtain the most professional results from a simple compact camera.
• How to explore a digital compact camera's settings, for increased control and versatility and ultimately better photographs.
Professional photographer Mark Lucock is the author of four books on photography. He is passionate about the natural world and is an elected Fellow of the Institute of Biology and a Chartered Biologist.
Born and brought up in England, Lucock moved to the Central Coast region of New South Wales, Australia, in 2003.