Digital Photo on Sale Now

By on Apr 3, 2013 at 6:05 am

Madrid, Spain – The English version of one of the books that has been in the top spots in most iTunes stores in Spanish-speaking countries is now on sale. After several months of having success in Spanish, the new iBook Digital Photo has finally been launched to the market in its English version.

Digital Photo is an excellent tool for those who still think that changing their camera for a more expensive one is the best way to improve their photographs. This book is dedicated to all of these people, so that they can see for themselves that learning how to properly handle the camera they have instead of spending money on new equipment is much better.

Throughout its 120 pages, we’ll find interactive image galleries and even a small video essential to explaining how to take better pictures.

One of the reasons I decided to write this book is because hearing people with good cameras make comments such as, ‘Just look at how my photo came out!’ caught my attention. With this book, I’d like to help them so that they can take photographs that they want and not ones that just ‘come out’.”, Ramon Gonzalez. Author.

Translated by Stephanie Mitchell

Other books of the same author: Fotografia Digial (Spanish version), El ruido en la fotografa, Que camara me com pro, Viaje a la Antartida.

Device Requirements:
* Compatible with iPad
* iBooks 3.0 or later
* iOS 5.1 or later
* 121 pages

Pricing and Availability:
Digital Photo is $7.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store (iBookstore) in the Photography category.

Digital Photo
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