Best Web Photography Books

1. David Busch's Quick Snap Guide to Photoblogging with Word Press: An Instant Start-Up Manual for Creating and Promoting Your Own Photoblog

by David D. Busch, Rebekkah Hilgraves

Photoblogs have become a very important tool for advanced photographers and professionals who want to market their work, as well as a popular forum for casual photographers to share personal photos. "David Busch's Quick Snap Guide to Photoblogging with WordPress: An Instant Start-Up Manual for Creating and Promoting Your Own Photoblog" is a complete start to-finish guide on how to create a photoblog using WordPress, the most popular blogging software among…»

2. Sams Teach Yourself Flickr in 10 Minutes

by Steve Holzner

Sams Teach Yourself Flickr® in 10 Minutes offers straightforward, practical answers when you need fast results. By working through 10-minute lessons, youâÄôll learn everything you need to know to upload, manage, and share your photos and videos with FlickrâÄìright now! Tips point out shortcuts and solutions Cautions help you avoid common pitfalls Notes provide additional information 10 minutes is all you need to learn how toâĦ n Get started fast with Flickr,…»

3. How to Use Flickr: The Digital Photography Revolution

by Richard Giles

Looking for a unique and creative place to store, organize, search, and securely share your digital photographs? Welcome to Flickr - a revolution in digital photography! How to Use Flickr: The Digital Photography Revolution is your one-stop guide to the capabilities of Flickr. All the basic Flickr features are presented, including how to create and set up your account and profile and how to upload your photos. Later chapters detail more advanced Flickr…»

4. Create Your Own Photo Blog

by Catherine Jamieson

Photos exist to be shared Whether you seek to showcase a professional portfolio or just want your family across the continent to see the pictures from the reunion, you can do it with a photo blog. Catherine Jamieson, whose award-winning blog, Utata, has a legion of fans, gives you all the tools you need in this richly illustrated, full-color guide. She translates Web lingo, walks you through setting up your blog, and provides professional tips on composing…»

5. Flickr Hacks: Tips & Tools for Sharing Photos Online

by Paul Bausch, Jim Bumgardner

Over two million registered Flickr users and counting have discovered the ease and fun of organizing their photo libraries, showing off their favorite pictures to the world, and securely sharing their private pictures with friends, family, or ad hoc groups. But Flickr's own plethora of intuitive menus, options, and features just scratches the surface. Flickr Hacks goes beyond the basics of storing, sorting, and sharing your photos to the much bigger…»

6. The Photographer's Guide to Setting Up a Website

by Martyn Moore

-Teaches photographers how to set up a simple website for free -Contains all the advice and information to get the most from a website -Specially designed example websites accompany the book, with techniques demonstrated online A Web site is an invaluable tool for all photographers whether they want to post family pictures for relations overseas or they want to market their work as a professional photographer. This book will teach readers how to set up a…»

7. Web Site Design for Professional Photographers: Step-by-Step Techniques for Designing and Maintaining a Successful Web Site

by Paul Rose, Jean Holland-Rose

From creating eye-catching photo displays to setting up online ordering and preview systems for clients, this guide to web site design specifically meets the needs of professional photographers. Included are an introduction to various programs designed for web site construction, including FrontPage, Dreamweaver, and Flash, and an overview of Adobe Photoshop. Step-by-step instructions help photographers with selecting suitable backgrounds, using logos, and…»