3 Digital Photography Books for Beginners

With such a wide range of information out there, it can sometimes be difficult to decide which digital photography books are the best for beginners. The three books listed here are some of the most highly-rated and informative books that you will find on the market, and they are all written by some of the most well-respected authors in the world of photography. 

1. "Understanding Exposure" by Bryan Peterson

This book is a must-have for anyone who is trying to learn and understand the aspects of manually shooting a digital SLR camera. Peterson goes into detail in the areas of ISO, aperture and shutter speed, therefore, explaining how to get perfect exposures for a multitude of different situations.

2. "The Digital Photography Book" by Scott Kelby

Scott Kelby gives excellent tips and tricks in this book for all stages of photography, and it is a definite help for any beginner. The book is easy to understand and contains a wealth of information about how to get those perfect shots.

3. "The Photographer's Eye: Composition and Design for Better Digital Photos" by Michael Freeman

If you are having trouble with composing your photos, this is the book to read. Freeman goes in to detail on how to compose and design your photos within the viewfinder. He explains the basic concepts of composition, including rule of thirds, placement, contrast, lines and much more.