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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
Taking professional photos requires a lot of time. What's the best way to take a photo? Is it by using your phone, your tablet, or a camera? If you need to learn how to install an airbag in an older model vehicle, visit YouTube; try Instagram if you're looking for new beauty tips and ideas, or become part of the Tiktok culture and show your moves. If you're looking for the dos and don'ts of photography, Badass Pix with a Cheap-Ass Camera by Annie Mack is for you. This book offers various benefits as well as diverse approaches to creating high-quality photos by using a camera or your phone. The reader will see thirty photos using different approaches along with a description of the thoughts in creating the images. You'll be guided like a brush to canvas as the author describes the nuances that go into the union between sight, seeing, art and imagery. You'll learn how to take photos like a professional but using your own creative, natural style. Taking photos is not only an art but offers a creative adventure, regardless of whether you use your phone or camera.
I enjoyed how Annie Mack categorized the Badass culture to set the stage for the reader. "Badass is not a genre. It’s an attitude, an approach, a vibe. More than anything, it’s Art Photography, which is a huge and diverse categorization. It’s you being a photo artist, not just a photographer," says the author. This culture offers insights, freedom, vision, and risks that you take by looking through the lens and sharing your story with the world through your photos. Enjoy photography and looking for a way to express yourself? Get a copy of Badass Pix with a Cheap-Ass Camera today. Highly recommended.