Google Offering a Free eBook about Android Photography, Get it While its Free!

At this very moment, Google is offering a free eBook about Android Photography. Now we've taken a look at Android Photography before, and it's even a very popular hashtag on Instagram. Honestly, I never knew there was an eBook about it though. This eBook is written by Colby Brown who is a professional photographer who specializes in fine art, so at least you have someone who knows what their talking about when it comes to Photography. I wouldn't call myself a "photographer" but I do like to take pictures from time-to-time. And learning how to take better pictures with my Nexus 4 would definitely be cool.

This is much more than just a beginner's guide to photography. As it doesn't tell you how to open the camera app and take photos. I guess that's pretty self explanatory? But it does walk you through the process of taking good shots. As well as editing them using third party software on your phone.  I haven't downloaded the eBook yet, but I will be and checking it out later tonight.

All of our readers should probably download this eBook, unless you're a photographer. You'll see why very soon. We have something in store for you, and this is definitely going to help you out.

Who doesn't like free stuff? The books app on Android has gotten much better too over the past few updates. So it'll be a really refreshing read. Could this be in lead up to the Moto X? Since we hear that its going to have a pretty decent camera with the whole ClearPixel thing? Or maybe Google has noticed how many phones have nice cameras on them like the HTC One and Galaxy S4. Either way, this is a great 104 page eBook that you'll definitely want to check out. The link is down below.

How many of you take constant pictures with your Android smartphone? Have any of the tips in this eBook helped you? Let us know in the comments below.

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