Robert Kerner

Biography

There's a reason I chose an F4U Corsair as my profile picture. I am a lot like this WWII warbird - the Corsair was a rough, tough, and ready fighter plane back in the day when it was pilot vs. pilot in a dogfight, not electronics vs. electronics. I am like the F4U in that I might not look the sleekest, might not be the most politically correct, and might not be the most popular person in a room, but I am rough, ready, short and to the point, no-nonsense writer to give you the information you need to take better pictures. The Corsair was about results in a dogfight, my books are about results in photography.

I've seen so many books in which it was clear the primary focus of the book was making the page count worthy of a high price tag for the book. I couldn't find a short, simple to understand guide giving the information you need to know to take better pictures without confusing rhetoric and fluff to fill pages. Photography is my only focus, giving you the information so you can go out and take better pictures with just about any camera you own. After I finished the first book about the basics of photography, ideas for other books came to mind as I was asked numerous questions about more advanced topics. So started my series of ebooks about photography.

Currently I have two ebooks published and available in all of the e-reader formats and as a .pdf for computer reading and printing. The first is the basics book mentioned above and it was followed up by a book about posing people to flatter just about anybody you photograph. I am in the process of writing a third book about getting into modeling and being a successful at it, which will be published early this summer. This fall I will be back to photography topics, publishing a book about concert and stage show photography. Following that I will be publishing books about advanced outdoor and indoor photography using inexpensive accessories so everyone can get great pictures. I love getting reviews and ideas from readers about future books to write.

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Books

You Can Take Better Pictures In One Hour - Sunlight Shooting
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Series: You Can Take Better Pictures, Sunlight Shooting. Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 7,140. Language: English. Published: August 18, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » Art, Architecture, Photography » Photography - how to
Direct sunlight is the hardest condition to take pictures in. You have no control of it and very few options to try to modify it. This book demonstrates how to get the best pictures possible on a sunny day. The more you know about photography, the more you will enjoy photography. You will quickly learn the techniques so you can go out and take some awesome photographs.
You Can Become a Model
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Series: You Can Take Better Pictures, Modeling. Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 12,190. Language: English. Published: June 2, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » Career Guides » Arts
This ebook is not just about being a model, it’s about becoming a successful model. The tips in this book and the procedures described within are included to make you as successful as you can be.
You Can Take Better Pictures in One Hour - Posing
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Series: You Can Take Better Pictures, Posing People. Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 10,130. Language: English. Published: March 29, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » Art, Architecture, Photography » Photography - how to
This ebook is about how to flatter anyone's body for pictures. It describes how to hide body parts that you want hidden and how to enhance body parts that you want shown off. While no ebook can be all inclusive, this ebook covers the techniques to pose any body to get the results you want. The information in this ebook will improve your pictures from mugshots to well posed photographs.
You Can Take Better Pictures in One Hour - The Basics
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Series: You Can Take Better Pictures, The Basics. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 18,090. Language: English. Published: April 16, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Art, Architecture, Photography » Photography - how to
This book is written to teach you to take better pictures by learning the basics of how a camera works without needing an engineering degree, how to override the camera's automatic settings to get the shot you want, and how to compose your pictures to turn a snapshot or mug shot into a photograph. It is short, simple, and extensively illustrated to show how to do the techniques discussed.

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