Learn to take better pictures with your Android via this free eBook (LIMITED TIME)
So you’re new(ish) to taking pictures with that 8-megapixel or 13-megapixel camera on the back of your Android and need help. Which setting should you use and how do you go about selecting the proper angle or post-photo effect? Indeed, it can feel a bit overwhelming. Fortunately for you there is a free 104 page eBook that helps address your basic and intermediate needs.
Free for a limited time, Colby Brown’s Android Photography: Take better photos with your Android phone can be picked up in the Google Play Store. Some of it might be a little too simple for a few of you but we definitely recommend downloading nonetheless. If nothing else, you can use it to show your friends the strategies you employ for those world-class sushi pictures. Additionally, this eBook delves into some of the more popular apps for adding effects, focal points, cropping, and more. We also like that Brown touches on the various ways to store and/or share your photos.
Even though the price is $0.00, you will be prompted to complete the transaction with Google Wallet. This is necessary in order for the book to be delivered to your account. If you don’t have a credit card associated to your Google Wallet account, or if you don’t have a Google Wallet account at all, you’ll be prompted to add a new payment method upon first adding music or books from Google Play.
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