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Creating Stylish and Sexy Photography

Creating Stylish and Sexy Photography is all about producing great glamour and flattering fashion images. Author Chris Nelson has been a professional photographer for many years, and received his Master photographer award from WPPI. The book begins with a few words about your potential client base and the many reasons women go for glamour and fashion shoots, before moving on to discuss what glamour photography actually is. It's all about what your subject wants and how they'd like to be ...

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...

Views Across The Landscape - An Essential Guide To Landscape Photography

Views Across The Landscape: An Essential Guide To Landscape Photography is a book covering all things landscape. The book begins by looking at equipment, and how the type of camera your use and number of megapixels could have an impact on your photos. It then moves on to look at accessories, including tripods, lenses and filters. It looks at the difference between zoom and prime lenses, before moving on to filters and different filter systems. Next to book looks at techniques, including ...

Powerful Imagery - The Photographer's Insight

Powerful Imagery – The Photographer's Insight is the latest e-Book from top travel photographer Mitchell Kanashkevich. Mitchell wants you to learn from his photos, and as such the book takes a few of his stunning images and deconstructs them so that you learn exactly how they were taken, giving you the tools to go out and have a go yourself. Each photo has different sections relating to it: the photo page, the story, objectives, light, overcoming challenges, creative decisions in the f...

Scotland's Fifty Finest Mountains: A Photographic Exploration

Scotland's Fifty Finest Mountains is a detailed photographic exploration into some of the most stunning views of Scottish mountains. John Parminter has been a landscape photographer for a relatively short time, yet his images speak of years of experience in the hills. Since he was young he has felt an affirmation with mountains, fells and hills, and this exploration brings his love of Scottish mountains into photos. The book sets out to showcase the very finest mountains that Scotland ha...

101 Top Tips for Digital Landscape Photography

101 Top Tips for Digital Landscape Photographers is an ideal book for anyone wanting to get into landscape photography. Author Carl Heilman II is a professional wilderness photographer, and certainly knows his stuff when talking about landscape photography. The book is simply laid out into 101 tips, with each tip having its own double page spread. It is further split into seven different chapters. Chapter one looks at the equipment and accessories you'll need, along with some general...

Figure Photography: Techniques for Digital Photographers

Figure Photography – Techniques for Digital Photographers is a book all about figure photography, from the history right through to techniques and ideas for posing. The book begins with fundamental techniques for figure photography, starting with location selection. You are encouraged to experiment, and take advantage of unexpected opportunities to make your photography stand out. Also looked at is privacy and permits, and adding props to your photos. Lighting and exposure is next to b...