The light on a cloudy day is the best lighting conditions for taking pictures outdoors. However, you need to know how to use the conditions to your advantage. This book will show you how to get the best pictures from the natural light and how to use a reflector or a flash to enhance the natural to get the best pictures possible.
Liphar on Literature, Photography and Art
Still hanging in there campers? I hope so, because Liphar Magazine has been traversing with a mix of stimulating material in this energized issue. Articles and Short Stories
From fashion to still life to alternative processes, take a journey behind the lens with the host of Photography 101 as he presents what went into each image and what went on behind the scenes. Explore a variety of photographic techniques while learning tips on how to shoot compelling fashion and portrait shots in the studio and on location.
A lot of people are jumping into the digital SLR pool these days, but very few are learning how to swim once they're there. You've bought the right equipment: Now commit a few dollars and concentrate the time needed to finally master the essential photography skills.
This publication will teach you the basics in How to Become a Photographer. With step by step guides and instructions, you will not only have a better understanding, but gain valuable knowledge of what it entails to be a professional photographer.
Composition can make or break a photograph. Regardless of your skill level, Composition in Photography will introduce to you some of the strongest composition tools in photography. Written with the hobbyist and amateur in mind, Composition in Photography explains concepts in simple terms that everyone can understand.
A Guide to Understanding and Using the Manual Settings on your Digital SLR Camera. Written for new and inexperienced DSLR camera users, this short and easy to understand guide will explain in simple terms what each setting does using descriptive text, images and diagrams.
Welcome to Bird and Nature Photography 101! My name is David Hemmings, a world renowned and National Geographic published photography instructor. This eBook is designed to give you all the basics and functions of your camera and how to use them in the outdoors to take great images of birds and wildlife. Lots of useful info and tips to help you become a better bird and wildlife photographer!
The "Myth" about Studio Portrait Photography is thinking you know "Lighting". You may very well know how to achieve a correct F Stop in your camera, but you probably don't know there is a specific placement of your Main Light, that creates a flattering lighting pattern on their faces. And, you can't learn how to create the flattering lighting, until you learn how to "Pose" your subject correctly.