ON STREET PHOTOGRAPHYMaking Extraordinary Photographs of Ordinary Life Willem Wernsen
If “taking it to the streets” has you confused over which way to point your camera, you could run yourself ragged, trying to figure out how to create images like the ones that inspired you to try street photography in the first place. You could continue to struggle, wondering why moments you thought would be great just . . . aren’t quite there. Or, you can learn how to create in-demand images, even if the only person demanding them? Is you. Good street photography is more than lucky snapshots; there’s a science to the art of creating photos that make...
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Stories and FacesComposition for Stronger Stories and Better Portraits Oded Wagenstein
If you’ve ever wondered how to translate “it was written all over his face” to your photographs, Stories and Faces teaches you how your camera becomes both pen and paper when creating portraits that best tell human stories. The key is learning to recognize a good storytelling portrait, and then making a compelling photograph. National Geographic Traveler photographer Oded Wagenstein has built his career on telling powerful stories through photography, and in his second book with Craft & Vision, he shares the creative process behind making a storytelling portrait, the importance of composition (and how to use it to strengthen your photographs), approaching strangers, and how...
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PHOTOGRAPH, NO.15A Digital Magazine for Creative Photographers
Issue 15 of PHOTOGRAPH magazine is dedicated to the art of landscape photography and seeks out the ideal web of trees, explores what makes a good impressionistic landscape, catches the perfect wave, and examines at how including yourself in a vast scene can tell bigger photographic stories. Portfolios and interviews include Ray Collins, a coal miner-turned-award-winning-photographer who’s job injury led to his discovery of seeing the sea from a whole new angle; the calm, impressionistic work of former painter Chris Friel, widely known and respected in the intentional camera movement world for his landscapes; Charles Cramer, a classical pianist who...
Magazine $8.00 (excl. tax)
LIGHTROOM 6/CC UNMASKEDA Complete Guidebook to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde
Lightroom 6/CC Unmasked is a resource like no other. This in-depth eBook is full of high-resolution screenshots, step-by-step instructions, and the tips, tricks and ideas that make digital darkroom work productive and more enjoyable.At 400-pages, Lightroom 6/CC Unmasked is 15 chapters deep, covering everything from an introduction to Lightroom and non-destructive editing to full discussions and detailed instructions of the Library and catalogs, to every tool in the Develop, Map, Book, Slideshow, Print, and Web Modules. This edition has been completely updated to cover Lightroom 6 and Lightroom CC and the differences between them. The eBook also covers Lightroom mobile,...
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ILLUMINATEDExploring Portraiture and Light Dave Brosha
Award-winning commercial and adventure photographer Dave Brosha has made portraits in some unconventional areas, leading Adobe to spread the word on his “iconic portrait work,” and Nikon to proclaim him “one of the most celebrated creative photographers in the world.” We couldn’t agree more. In Illuminated: Exploring Portraiture and Light, Dave brings you behind the scenes to share his lighting solutions as told in 15 engaging case studies and illustrated by his stunning photographs. He offers a down-to-earth mix of the creative process and technical know-how that it takes to make portraits in some unusual locations. This is not a...
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AFTER THE CAMERAVision-Driven Editing + Post-Production Video Course David duChemin
You know that photograph: the one that immediately catches your eye, grabs your heart, and makes you linger as you run your eyes over every inch, wondering how it was done. Wondering if you could figure out how to do it on your own. So what if you could sit down beside a photographer you like and respect and watch how he develops his own photographs in the digital darkroom? After The Camera is a 20-episode video series created to do just that. From importing and editing, to getting the image ready for output, David duChemin walks you through his...
Videos $40.00 (excl. tax)
MAKING THE IMAGEThe Creative Path to Stronger Photographs David duChemin
Have you ever wanted an experienced photographer to look over your shoulder once in a while and ask you why you’re doing this or that, and whether you’d considered trying something different? Have you ever wished you could peer over the shoulder of a photographer who makes work you respect, and see what decisions they’re making and why? Yes? Then this book from David duChemin is for you. Watch the teaser video. Making The Image is a 160-page PDF eBook, and comes with a 45-minute companion video, and a handy...
eBooks $25.00 (excl. tax)
COLOUR GRADING PRESETSOver 80 Develop Presets for Adobe Lightroom Piet Van den Eynde
The scene before you is incredible: the colours are rich. Vibrant. Absolutely stunning. Lost in your technicolour world, you shoot your heart out, only to realize that when you download your masterpiece images that they look flat. Neutral. And, dare you say, boring. Not at all like how it felt when you were there. Sigh. Presets aren’t a magic fix-all, nor are they the dirty little secrets of the photography world. Even the television shows and movies that draw you in do so—in part—because of how they are processed after the cameras stop rolling. Colour, saturation, and contrast dramatically enhance...
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