Sunday, February 8, 2009

Digital Boudoir Photography or The Rough Guide to the Internet

Digital Boudoir Photography: A Step-By-Step Guide to Creating Fabulous Images of Any Woman

Author: John G Blair

Boudoir photography does not require its subject to be a beautiful, physically flawless woman. It does not require the use of extravagantly expensive equipments, props, and studio space. In fact, the very essence of boudoir photography is the idea that its subject is not a professional model and is not even necessarily in the boudoir. No longer confined to the idea of heavy makeup, lingerie, and the bedroom, the new age of boudoir photography is casual, sensual, and sexy. That is the premise behind Digital Boudoir Photography. Firmly grasping the freedom that digital photography affords, this book offers tips and techniques that allow anyone with a digital camera the ability to take attractive photographs of any woman.

Book review: The Simple Path to Health or Qi Gong For Beginners

The Rough Guide to the Internet

Author: Peter Buckley

This multi-million-selling Internet book is still the ultimate handbook for novices and experts alike. Written in plain English, it covers everything from getting online for the first time to newsfeeds, Internet telephony and advanced tips and tricks guaranteed to turn casual surfers into Net gurus. This fully revised guide covers all the latest sites and crazes, including Skype, blogging, myspace and other social networks and online video. Whether you’ve never sent an email or you just want to keep up with the latest developments, this is the book for you.

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