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Through accessible discussions and exercises, readers learn to use composition, available light, color, and point of view to create stunning photographs in any environment. 

Photographers are born travelers. They’ll go any distance to capture the right light, beautiful landscapes, wildlife, and people. But exotic locales aren’t necessary for interesting photographs. Wonderful images are hiding almost everywhere; you just need to know how to find them.

Extraordinary Everyday Photography
will help you search beyond the surface to find the unexpected wherever you are, be it a downtown street, a local park, or your own front lawn. Authors Brenda Tharp and Jed Manwaring encourage amateur photographers to slow down, open their eyes, and respond to what they see to create compelling images that aren’t overworked. Inspiring photo examples from the authors, taken with DSLRs, compact digital cameras, and even iPhones, show that it is the photographer''s eye and creative vision--not the gear--that make a great image.

About the Author

Brenda Tharp is a professional photographer and author of Creative Nature & Outdoor Photography, Revised Edition (Amphoto, 2010). Her work has appeared in Outdoor Photographer, Audubon, Discovery, Forbes, Sierra, and Sunset, and clients include Audubon, Canon, the National Park Service, and the Sierra Club. Brenda teaches workshops at Maine Media Workshops, Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, the Rocky Mountain School of Photography, and BetterPhoto.com. She can be found at www.brendatharp.com.
 
Jed Manwaring is a professional photographer whose images have appeared in such publications as Outdoor Photographer, Outside, and Sunset. He has contributed to several books and leads photography workshops with his partner, Brenda Tharp. For more about Jed, visit www.jedmanwaring.com.

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Khoivu
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fall short of the intended purpose
Reviewed in the United States on December 5, 2017
I picked up this book because I wanted to develop a vision to take everyday’s pictures without having to travel to remote locations. The authors have tried hard to sell that ideas in the first half of the book. However, they failed to create a good framework of teaching how... See more
I picked up this book because I wanted to develop a vision to take everyday’s pictures without having to travel to remote locations. The authors have tried hard to sell that ideas in the first half of the book. However, they failed to create a good framework of teaching how to develop the essential skill to achieve that goal in the second half of the book. Most of the thing said in later chapters are similar techniques found in most of photography books. Their photographs are beautiful minimalist images, but most of them were taken not from where the authors are living (San Francisco) but in remote locations such as Italy and out of their home state (Oregon, Seattle, etc.). Expensive gears such as long telephoto lens and extreme wide angle lens are needed even though some of their illustrative images were taken with standard lens or mobile phone camera. Composition is briefly discussed with practical advices on how to compose.

The best thing about the book is that each chapter is short, concise with ideas and tips for good photography and illustration with beautiful pictures.
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vp1120
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Changes your perspective in photography
Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2020
I started to take photography seriously last summer. I have taken several lessons, group and private. I understand the technical side of getting the right exposure and how ISO, aperture and shutter speed work. Although I do at times have a good eye, if you don’t practice... See more
I started to take photography seriously last summer. I have taken several lessons, group and private. I understand the technical side of getting the right exposure and how ISO, aperture and shutter speed work. Although I do at times have a good eye, if you don’t practice and change your perspective, you’ll never get any better. This book has created a sort of paradigm shift in how I view ordinary and common objects. As children, we are full of curiosity, wonder and imagination. As adults, it seems we are in a constant rush and overlook a lot that is around us. I don’t know if you can actually teach that artistic side of photography, but this book is a step in the right direction. It has truly been transformational for my photography as far as making me be more in the present moment and looking intently at everyday objects, shadows and colors. I really don’t get the mediocre reviews. If you are expecting a radical change from one day to the next, it isn’t going to happen. However, if you put in the work and use this book as a guide, you’ll definitely improve how and what you capture.
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Paul Cassel
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Extremely Well Done Inspiration
Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2012
This is a book from the class of books which aim to improve the photographer rather than one dealing with the technology of photography. Perhaps the best known author along this line is Freeman Patterson who the authors here cite both as an expert in this area and an... See more
This is a book from the class of books which aim to improve the photographer rather than one dealing with the technology of photography. Perhaps the best known author along this line is Freeman Patterson who the authors here cite both as an expert in this area and an inspiration for them. These books, such as those I''ve cited and one other excellent one, ''The Practice of Contemplative Photography: Seeing the World With Fresh Eyes'' teach you to see and once you see the striking image, recording it photographically is just a matter of steps.

Who is/are the photographer(s) you admire? Very likely these people did not need to travel to exotic locales like so many photographers desire so they can find ''the shot''. These masters saw the great images they later captured all around them. For example, Henri Cartier-Bresson just wandered the streets taking quiet images using his little Leica. Ansel Adams'' images sell for seven figures yet he mostly shot places millions of others have and will travel to yet never equal his shots. Clyde Butcher makes wonderful images where others see nasty swamps. Weston''s most famous photographs are of common vegetables.

So why do so many art and amateur photographers dream of finally taking that voyage to Antarctica or Africa or some other place to get stunning images when the masters seem to find them in their backyards? The difference is that they are masters because they see artistically. This book, as well as those others cited (and more too) have examples, essays and exercises to help you develop your eye to you too can see like those who can seem to always find ''the shot'' where others just walk by.

This book isn''t very long but is dense in information, sample snaps to illustrate the authors'' points and exercises to assist you in this artistic development. The book concentrates on the image - the composition and its elements. It strives to break you free of any creative restrictions you may have developed. For example, the book instructs you, at one point, to (horrors of horrors) set your expensive DSLR rig on ''P'' so you can concentrate on the image rather than fiddling with the aperture or shutter speed or whatnot. At other places, the authors even exceed this recommendation by suggesting you (double horrors of horrors) using your cell phone camera where you won''t worry about these settings because you cannot.

Do not expect here a technical discussion of how aperture affects DOF or how to use CS to post process your way to imaging happiness or other purely technical issues. The authors figure you either know that stuff or can find it elsewhere. This is a book about how to move from where you are to a more artistically inclined version of yourself. By that, I mean one who can see the great photo no matter where you are.

To paraphrase the previously cited Freeman Patterson, what do you expect to photograph at that exotic location if you can''t see what there is to photograph right at home? On a personal note, after reading this book for all of 15 minutes, I had a sort of awakening. I went home, got my expensive DSLR, and walked to a place I pass each morning. Putting the camera on the never before used P, I took a snap which is one of my better ever. It was nice to open my eyes and wake up to that which is always around me.

Highly recommended.
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C. Baker
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The Head and the Heart
Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2012
Hundreds of books exist that explain how to take well exposed, well composed photos. What''s so special about this one? The authors, Brenda Tharp and Jed Manwaring, say that while knowledge (the head) of basic photographic techniques is important, it is the heart that is... See more
Hundreds of books exist that explain how to take well exposed, well composed photos. What''s so special about this one? The authors, Brenda Tharp and Jed Manwaring, say that while knowledge (the head) of basic photographic techniques is important, it is the heart that is fundamental to the creative process as it is a tool of infinite exploration, perception, and expression in the field of play that is photography today.

Brenda and Jed make a case for "seeing deeply and feeling deeply" in order to create images that may or may not be technically perfect, but that have personal meaning -- the ones that makes your heart go pitty-pat and cause you to exclaim a silent or very loud Yes! to yourself. And to carry out that expression effectively, the authors suggest that we begin with a "creative vision that comes from seeing with an open heart and mind."

They illustrate the "how" of this process through a series of intelligently presented chapters that each focus on an aspect of expanding one''s awareness and perception. Entries such as "Practice Seeing Daily," and "See Beyond the Subject" offer simple but effective ways to see beyond the normal -- for example, to look for potential subjects in close-up and macro work, in reflections, and in patterns. Recommended exercises at the end of each chapter offer simple ways to practice what is discussed.

The chapters, "Discovering Pictures Where You Live" and "Capturing Everyday Moments" are at the heart of the book, which challenges the notion that one needs a fat travel budget to take great photos. On the contrary, the authors say, right around you -- in your own neighborhood, park, back yard, or even kitchen -- lie opportunities for "extraordinary everyday photography." Using examples of common objects (a cheese grater!, a coat hanger in an open window, a sheet of ice), the authors take us on a little bit of a magical mystery tour, showing how simple techniques such as isolating elements through cropping, identifying abstracts, and using light imaginatively can yield beautiful and unusual images.

Another chapter, "Expanding the Creative Process" shows examples of images manipulated either in camera (multiple exposures, slow shutter, panning) or in post-process (such as Photoshop) and provide fresh ideas for making "straight" photos more artful and personal. And the resources chapter lists several smartphone apps and websites that photographers will find useful.

Who will like this book? Any beginning-to-intermediate photographer who wants to expand their photographic skill and horizon, or any photographer who feels stuck, stymied, bored, or unchallenged. Anyone who thinks they can only make great photos in "great" locations. Practicing these techniques is likely to greatly improve your photography at home while preparing you to take even better photos when those big travel adventures do come your way.

Finally, I love the authors'' suggestion to make photo play dates to practice the techniques offered. While they don''t make a specific recommendation about whether to do this alone or with others, I personally think the exercises provide a useful framework for getting together with other explorers eager to expand photographic boundaries and to then share/compare results in a space of camaraderie, support and fun!
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Ron D.
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This Book Delivers
Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2018
Beyond the stunning picture on the cover, this book concentrates on mind-set, seeing and finding images everywhere. It is not bogged down with technology that I believe distracts from good seeing. The writers do show some exotic locations, but many shots are from close... See more
Beyond the stunning picture on the cover, this book concentrates on mind-set, seeing and finding images everywhere.
It is not bogged down with technology that I believe distracts from good seeing. The writers do show some exotic locations, but many shots are from close by home. I believe that around the house and yard is the best place to master composition and seeing. You have to be free from distractions, human and technical. Amphoto has produced some of the best photo books for many years. Thanks Brenda and Jed.
Ron Dexter, Directors Guild of America and American Society of Cinematographers.
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John McQuitty
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Superb Book - A "must" read!
Reviewed in the United States on June 6, 2013
This superb book should be read by everyone who takes a picture for fun or profit. It is what photography should be all about - seeing the beauty around us and sharing it with others. Everyone who contemplates taking a picture should at least read the introduction. It is... See more
This superb book should be read by everyone who takes a picture for fun or profit. It is what photography should be all about - seeing the beauty around us and sharing it with others. Everyone who contemplates taking a picture should at least read the introduction. It is not about technique nor is it about "pixel peeping." As the authors state - Anyone can take a "good" picture in the digital age. This is about seeing, feeling, thinking, and finally recording beauty wherever you are with whatever camera you have. The ilustrative photographs are fantastic, and obviously some excellent technique went into making them, but more important than f/ stops, shutter speed, ISO, and post processing, the authors demonstrate that what to take, and when to take it "makes" the photograph. This book is not for "snoods" (snooty and rude) folks that look down their noses at anything not taken with the latest bazillion megapixel, megadollar, DSLR and latest - and most expensive - of the lens makers art. In that sense, it is liberating.

Actually, this book is about using your camera to create art, and using your eyes and imagination to see art possibilities all around you, and to have fun doing it. It is about freeing your "right (creative) brain." "Techies" will find it too "touchy-feely," not technically oriented. If you are only thinking f/ stops, ISOs, gadgets and gear, this book is not for you. Save your money. But, if you want to learn how to see artistic potential all around you, how to take beautiful pictures that others may overlook, and to feel the fun, excitement and liberation that creative self-expression generates in you, this book is where it''s at. Get it!

The book is well written, excellently illustrated, and very readable. It is not for the angst-ridden and harried professional who is constantly under the gun to "get the picture" that someone else has specified, and never knowing if he/she is "good enough." I guess there is a place for that, but it is what has always kept me from "turning pro." This is about the "real stuff," the creative stuff that fulfills and satisfies the soul.

Buy it, get it, read it! Think about it. Then go out and see in new ways, and use all your skill to communicate your feelings through your photographs. That''s what it''s all about!

This book and Ms Tharp''s previous book "Creative Nature and Outdoor Photography" (I have both editions) belong on everyone''s bookshelf. However, it won''t stay on your bookshelf long. You''ll be to busy reading, learning, rereading, and relearning, dogearing pages, and refering back over and over again. They are that good!
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Nancy Lemon
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Great book for beginners…..nothing new for experienced photographers.
Reviewed in the United States on February 10, 2014
As an experienced photographer I''m always on the lookout for inspiration and/or suggestions to help refine my photographic eye and see photo opportunities in ways I might of missed before so I had high hopes for this book based on it''s title…….. while the book is packed... See more
As an experienced photographer I''m always on the lookout for inspiration and/or suggestions to help refine my photographic eye and see photo opportunities in ways I might of missed before so I had high hopes for this book based on it''s title…….. while the book is packed with sound and practical advice I found it, for the most part, to be nothing I had not read or heard countless times before……..

While not a how-to book, people new to digital photography in general will find the book peppered with excellent suggestions and explanations of how the photo process has evolved in the digital era as well as helpful hints and self assignment ideas at the end of every chapter….

I especially like and agree with the fact that the authors suggest that one doesn''t have to travel to exotic locals to make stunning photos, excellent opportunities are just outside your door if one chooses to find them….. this is the premise of the book and I think that they succeeded admirably on that count.

While I found many parts of this book to be redundant to me, I think that overall this book is an excellent choice for those who are looking to advance their skill at spotting and taking photos that go beyond a simple snapshot.
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JD
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See Things In a New Light
Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2015
First of all this is not a how to book on photography. It does cover the basics of photography but the emphasis is seeing things around you that can lend themselves to exceptional and intriguing photos. Other than professional photographers that are paid to go to exotic... See more
First of all this is not a how to book on photography. It does cover the basics of photography but the emphasis is seeing things around you that can lend themselves to exceptional and intriguing photos. Other than professional photographers that are paid to go to exotic places and capture amazing images, most amateur or even borderline professionals either cannot afford to travel to exotic places and/or have a day job to supplement this expensive hobby or form of artistic expression.

What this book sets out to do and does so with outstanding photos, is help a photographer see form and function, interesting lines and perspective, in the simplest of objects. The emphasis is to get out into your daily environment and see it in a new and creative way. The writing is simple and inspiring. If you find yourself stuck and wishing you could go to these exotic places as you know your photography will be extraordinary because how can you miss when you have such fantastic material to work with, this book will change your perspective. As your read through the book you will start to see the ordinary stuff around you in a new way and feel challenged to capture with the camera what you see with your eye.

One thing they recommend is that if you cannot always carry your camera around, when you see something ordinary in extraordinary lighting and all of a sudden the simplest of objects or scenes are transformed, take a mental picture so that when you have your camera in hand you will be ready to find these types of opportunities in your backyard or along the roads you travel. This book is about opening to your creative spirit because the truth is most higher end cameras today can take great photos without you doing anything but click the button! If you begin to see beauty in simple things or simple lines creating dramatic effects you can take your photography to a whole new level. However, you do have to know the basics of photography and how to use your camera. You can learn that from a different book.
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Riff
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Inspiring
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 16, 2021
This book is all about seeing opportunities for making photographs. Refreshingly it is not all about technical aspects of cameras etc but ‘seeing’. It is simply written with some ideas for going out and reinforcing the subject matter of each chapter. It was written in 2012...See more
This book is all about seeing opportunities for making photographs. Refreshingly it is not all about technical aspects of cameras etc but ‘seeing’. It is simply written with some ideas for going out and reinforcing the subject matter of each chapter. It was written in 2012 but it is for me one of the best books on photography. For those who already know all they need to about aperture, shutter speed, focal length, ISO etc this is an excellent book to restart your creativity.
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Graham W
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Just a bit dated...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 21, 2021
It is surprising how much photography books have improved in the last decade. The content of this is imaginative, but the style of presentation - both the layout and the text itself - is really dated. Amphoto books have peddled this style for a long time but it really needs...See more
It is surprising how much photography books have improved in the last decade. The content of this is imaginative, but the style of presentation - both the layout and the text itself - is really dated. Amphoto books have peddled this style for a long time but it really needs a refresh. Does style matter? Yes, because the way in which we take in information these days has changed vastly. The images are good examples of what might be stock photography though they are, it seems at least, by the authors - that''s an improvement over earlier Amphoto offerings. I ordered this because I was looking at adding it to the reading list for a beginners photography course, but I''m afraid it won''t make that.
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Biddybix
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I wouldn''t have missed this one for all the money in the world.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 31, 2021
What a fabulous book - so much information, ideas, inspiration and some fantastic photographs all in one book - what more could anyone want? I wouldn''t have missed this one for all the money in the world.
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JW
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Okay book
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 20, 2021
Not what I expected. I would have liked a little more tuition from the text. However, saying that the book is okay and does demonstrate some creative shots.
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Geoff Parnell
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Excellent resource
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 15, 2021
A really useful, inspiring and informative read
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