Media praise for Take Your Best Shot

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"...Take Your Best Shot is a great book for anyone from novice to advanced amateur as well as anyone making the move from film to digital. I very highly recommend Take Your Best Shot."
-- Thomas Testi, Blogcritics.org

"Interesting format for a book: its like one of those casual radio call-in shows where an expert on gardening shows up in the studio, sits behind a microphone, and fields calls from the public about slugs and thrips for an hour. Except that the topic is digital photography, not garden & plant problems."
-- Michael Shaw, Macintosh Users East (MaUsE)

"...the bottom line is that I recommend this book highly. The wealth of easily digestible information can go far to make you an improved digital photographer who actually understands what he is doing with the "new" technology. "
-- John Hershey, NCMUG November 2008 Newsletter

"This lavishly illustrated title answers all your darkroom questions."
-- Nadia Russ, Wonderpedia

"With this kind of book you'll find yourself killings hours of day absorbing some fantastic solutions. You will pick up many new tricks from this tome, learning from a genuine professional in the field. The age-old saying, it's not what you know, it's who you know, really shines from this book. "
-- Photoshop Creative, Issue 42

"Tim has developed an easy, lucid, direct communication style that exhibits a clarity not often found in this geeky, jargon-filled technical writing business, and his explanations address many levels of understanding, making the book a worthy reference for a broad audience. If you take digital imaging seriously, this book deserves a thorough read and a permanent place on your reference shelf."
-- Chuck Maas, AAUG Reviews

"...if you happen to have questions on digital photography, chances are, Tim Grey has the answers. For that, give his book Take Your Best Shot a shot."
-- Dominique James, Sacramento Book Review

"...the bottom line is that I recommend this book highly. The wealth of easily digestible information can go far to make you an improved digital photographer who actually understands what he is doing with the “new” technology."
-- John Hershey, NCMUG November 2008 Newsletter

"...a great guide to both beginners and enthusiasts who wish to make image editing simple, effective and fun."
-- Samira Sukhija, Better Photography