Free Photography Guide In The Guardian

On 17 November, British newspaper The Guardian releases an 84 page guide to photography, free with the Saturday paper. Head of photography, Roger Tooth, encourages you to take creative control of your camera; award-winning photographer Dan Chung recommends the latest kit; critic Sean O’Hagan asks where next for a medium that knows no bounds. Alongside this guide, there will be seven exclusive masterclasses in which their photographers offer invaluable advice and reveal their inspirations. Each masterclass is accompanied by a readers’ assignment. Here are some examples of the type of photography featured:

rainy pavement sidewalk Coke reflection

girl jumping skipping rope shadow

topless man snow freezing photography

sunbathing man rocks ocean boat

Little girl blurred photo Guardian

white fish underwater photography Guardian

man covered white paint photography


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