Details the author's learning curve when starting to photograph birds in flight. Illustrated with pictures that complement the text. The details in this e-book are in the author's e-book Starting Nature Photography so if you have that book, do not buy this one.
This e-book is a compilation of some of my e-books on Individual topics including Starting Freelance Photography, Images that Sell, How to Make Souvenirs Using Your Pictures, and Put Words with Your Pictures. By buying this compilation edition you will save over buying all the individual books.
This book is a compilation of a number of my e-books that have been published on individual topics. These include . How to do Well in Competitions, Into the Light, How to Show Movement in Still Photography, Starting Macro Photography, and Starting Nature Photography.
This book is a compilation of a number of my e-books that have been published on individual topics. These include Introduction to Filters for Digital Photography, Black and White Photography in the Digital Age, and Optimize Your Portraits.
An e-book encouraging photographers who want to earn from their photography to add words to their pictures. Written by a regularly published writer/photographer who shows how he has worked with practical examples.
What to look for when entering photography competitions. The benefits for your photography and how to get the 'wow' factor. Illustrated with example pictures and step by step instruction for processing images.
How to make bookmarks, greeting cards, calendars, notecards, postcards, posters using your photos. Illustrated to show how products are set out for printing at home as well as advice on using a commercial printer. Written by a self publisher of souvenirs to be sold through retailers.
Shows the ways in which movement can be shown in a still photograph. Demonstrates the use of blur, panning, freezing and also how Photoshop can be used. Additional information on the making of abstract images by moving the camera while exposing and post-processing with Photoshop to produce abstract pictures.
How to process your portrait shots to get the best results without losing the reality of the subject. In other words, how to make the final print as faithful to the subject as possible and not over process so that your sixty year old sitter has the skin of a sixteen year old. Also how to concentrate the viewer's attention on the subject.
How to rid yourself of the 'sun over your shoulder' mantra and add the wow factor to your pictures by shooting into the light. How to calculate exposure, look for subjects, avoid flare, make silhouettes and make your people subjects comfortable. Many examples of images included.
How to convert colour images to black and white using Photoshop, how to use Photoshop's duotone, processing a black and white image, simulate processes such as split toning, sepia toning, lith printing, selenium toning.