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Capture The Moment

Capture The Moment is a collaboration of images from various members of the Clickin Moms social network for female photographers. The book aims to teach you how to capture the beauty of every day family life with short, concise tips and lots of beautiful images. With categories including Natural light, storytelling, composition, fine art and black and white, the book covers every angle when it comes to capturing great family photos in the familiarity of your own home or the fun of a holiday....

Collier's Guide To Night Photography in the Great Outdoors

Collier's Guide to Night Photography in the Great Outdoors is the culmination of 12 years experience in the field. Grant Collier grew up exploring Colorado's Rocky Mountains, and took up photography soon after. In this eBook he covers everything from equipment and supplies for a trip out into the wilderness to composition, light sources, light painting, star trails and blending multiple exposures. Types of cameras and lenses are covered along with a brief description of how some focal le...

Mastering Wildlife Photography

Mastering Wildlife Photography is the latest title from experienced wildlife photographer Richard Garvey-Williams. Spending his childhood year in East Africa, he developed a love for wildlife photography and in this book we see his passion for the subject through his stunning images. From the very large to the very small, every aspect of wildlife photography is covered in the book. The book begins with a few general principles on the subject, from the subjects, lighting and composition o...

Legal Photography

If you are pursuing a career in legal photography or are wanting some insider tips on what the job involves, then this book may come in especially useful. Legal Photography boasts being a complete reference for documenting scenes, situations and evidence for civil cases. Based in the USA, there may be some differences in the procedure aspect of things to here in the UK but a lot of the tips are still valid. The book begins by covering the role of the legal photographer and looking at equ...

Portrait Mastery In Black And White

Portrait Mastery in Black and White allows you to learn the signature style used by a legendary photographer. Each double page spread in the book is dedicated to one black and white image. Firstly, the look that the photographer was going for and how the shot is achieved are discussed, and there is also a diagram of how that shots were set up and how lighting was positioned, making it easy to copy the setup for images of your own. Posing and expression and lighting and shooting are discu...

The World's Top Wedding Photographers

The World's Top Wedding Photographers is a book exploring the creative and professional secrets of ten professional wedding photographers. Each featured photographer has their own section of the book and in that section they were asked a set of questions that can be found at the very front of the book. There is an introduction to each photographer and their distinctive style, their passions, inspirations, shooting style and workflow. Also covered is the photographer's equipment, their ti...

The Photographer's Guide To London

The Photographer's Guide to London is the first book in the series to look at a city location rather than the countryside. Previous titles have looked at destinations like the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District, and in keeping with the series this latest book provides a comprehensive and extremely useful guide to the locations in and around London that will provide fantastic photographic opportunities. When taking a break to the capital it can be hectic trying to plan what you're goin...

Magnum Legacy: Eve Arnold

Magnum Legacy books cover the creative process of Magnum photographers through a mix of biographical text, archival materials and iconic imagery. This particular title is all about Eve Arnold. This book looks at Eve's life in and around the photos, and explores her creative work process as well as her relationship with photojournalism and documentary photography. Eve received her first camera as a medical student in the 1940s and from then on her passion for the subject took hold. Photogra...

The Speedlight Studio

The Speedlight Studio is all about how to achieve professional looking portraits with a portable flash. Author Michael Mowbray is extremely enthusiastic on the subject, and explains how he now uses speedlights for 99.9% of his studio work and finds them the easiest out of all the lighting methods to use. Mowbray is a speedlight master and in this book he takes you through everything you need to know about the medium, beginning with understanding the speedlight and a list of pros and cons...

The Mobile Photographer

The Mobile Photographer is a book dedicated to using Android phones, tablets and Apps in a photography workflow. It's designed to guide you through the process of integrating Android devices into your workflow, and the book begins by looking at the different android devices available including phones and tablets, and how to go about choosing one. Next the book looks at mobile accessories, like keyboards for your tablet to make typing easier, cases, storage and supports. Productivity apps ...