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The Composition Tutorials For Photographers

The Composition Tutorials by David Noton is the latest eBook by this established and respected photographer. This eBook is full of beautiful images of David's. The idea is to give photographers a practical guide to composition, using David's own images to draw from as examples. It is set out into different chapters, covering everything from background and foregrounds interest, the rules of composition and selective focus. Each chapter includes a variety of David's images, and gives lots ...

Creative Photography Lab

Creative Photography Lab provides 52 fun exercises for developing self-expression with your camera. Each two page spread is a different exercise for you to have a go at and get your creative juices flowing. The book starts with a brief introduction on camera settings before we more on to unit one. Each section covers a different element of photography, with section one being all about what and when to shoot. It includes exercises such as shooting in the dark after studying the space for a...

iPad For Photographers

There is no doubt that the iPad became an overnight hit with photographers, and iPad for Photographers is a round up of all the things you can do with the iPad as a photographer. A guide to managing, editing and displaying photos using your iPad, iPad for photographers delves straight in and begins with the basics of setting up your iPad for use with Mac and PC, enabling cloud sharing services so you can quickly get photos to and from your iPad. Next importing photos is covered in detail...

The Colour Photography Field Guide

The Colour Photography Field Guide is an essential guide to colour for striking images. Author Michael Freeman is an experienced travel photographer, and as such is an ideal guide to the world of colour in your photos. The book begins with colour theory and practise, to give you a grounding in the language of colour, colour light, colour temperature and colour spectrum. Freeman looks at colour families in detail, the reds, greens, blues, purples, yellows, grays, whites and black, and tel...

Nikon D7100 Experience

The Nikon D7100 experience is an e-book all about creating great photography with the Nikon D7100. Author Douglas J. Klostermann is a travel and culture photographer in Latin America and the USA. He has written popular guides on using the Nikon D600 and Canon EOS 5D mark III. This is his 15th e-book. The e-book begins by talking us through the components of the camera, and what it features, before going into taking control of your images. We are taken through the controls of the camera, ...

The Beginner's Photography Guide

The Beginner's Photography Guide is an ideal book for the complete novice wanting to get into digital photography more seriously. In traditional Dorling Kindersley style, the book is laid out very simply and reads very much like a traditional guide. Each section is split into introducing, explaining and applying sections, so that you understand what you're doing before you implement it, speeding up the learning process. The book begins by looking at equipment, and what different cameras ...

iPad For Digital Photographers

IPad for Digital Photographers is a guide on not only using your iPad for taking photos, but how it can be used in your day to day life as a photographer. Much smaller than a computer, an iPad can be ideal for processing images on the move, transferring them straight to the internet, and loads more. Author Derrick Story encourages us to move with technology and use it to our advantage, rather than living in the past. The book begins by looking at adding pictures to your iPad. We are shown...

Photographing Dogs

Photographing dogs is a book all about how to get the best out of dog photography. Aimed at professional digital photographers, the book assumes you have some background knowledge of photography, and have studio facilities that are dog friendly to be able to shoot in. The book begins with how you should gradually ease into the canine market, and re-iterates that you should never fully lose touch with the human client, as of course these will be the main source of income for your business....

The Panasonic GH3 Menu System Simplified

The Panasonic GH3 Menu System Simplified is an ebook all about how to navigate and use your Panasonic GH3 effectively. The GH3 is quite a complicated camera to navigate at times, and Author David Thorpe aims to make it easier to understand for new owners. David admits that he isn't a video expert, and so focuses only on the still photography aspects of the camera. The ebook basically goes through all the different menus and modes available on the camera, and explains in a comprehensive wa...

Photography Business Secrets: The Savvy Photographer's Guide to Sales, Marketing, and More

Photography Business Secrets: The Savvy Photographer's Guide to Sales, Marketing, and More is an ideal book to take a look at if you are thinking of becoming, or have recently become, a professional photographer earning money from your work. Lara White is a recognised figure in photography business education, having been a professional photographer for several years before turning her attention to helping other photographers master the business side of the job. The book starts right at t...