SLOWThe Magic of Long-Exposure Photography Andrew S. Gibson
Looking to explore the creative possibilities behind the slow end of the shutter dial? Looking for some new ideas, or want a primer on intentional camera motion, panning, long exposure techniques, and the equipment to help you make it happen? SLOW is an excellent place to begin. Andrew S. Gibson’s SLOW is 64 spreads of teaching and inspiration on the techniques and aesthetics of using a slow shutter to create expressive images skillfully captured through exposure and movement. To complement his own work, Andrew also includes two case studies from photographers Doug Chinnery and Joel Tjintjelaar, which help to...
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FILM(Re)Discover the Magic: An Introduction to the Wonder & Tactility of Analog Photography Sherri Koop
When digital photography became mainstream, people began predicting the death of film, but that has yet to happen. In much the same way as audiophiles have caused a resurgence in vinyl, film is making a strong comeback. Photographers who once saw the film vs. digital debate as a one-or-the-other proposition are now finding strong reasons to use film—not the least of which is the tactility and beauty of the medium. Author and film photographer Sherri Koop fought hard against frustrations at going digital in her wedding and portraiture business and in the end, stuck with the medium she knows and...
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INTO THE SUNLens Flare Overlays for Photoshop Dave Delnea
“I’ll fix it in Photoshop” is never the goal. But there are instances where you are in the right place at the right time, you think through what it is that you’re photographing, but in post-processing, you realize that that final image just needs a little punch; a little enhancement of what is already there. Discover the unique aesthetic and playfulness of lens flares and light leaks. While it's true that many of us see in colour or black and white, very few of us see into the sun. And because the sun doesn’t always cooperate with your schedule or...
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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 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 Quick Reference PDF...
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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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PHOTOGRAPH, No. 13A Digital Magazine for Creative Photographers
Issue 13 of PHOTOGRAPH magazine highlights a variety of photographic adventures, including the strength and elegance of being underwater, climbing to heart-stopping heights, hiking through the mystery of the Dowrog, and the sport of finding just the right light in a place you know like the back of your hand. Portfolios and interviews include Mallory Morrison (interviewed in our latest C&V iTunes Podcast), who flows into the feeling of summer with a unique and graceful combination of fashion and dance—underwater; photographer/videographer Jordan Manley, who makes his craft a physical art; rural documentary photographer Chris Tancock, whose numerous collections...
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SEE THE WORLD20 Lessons for Stronger Travel Photographs David duChemin
The best photographs from around the world have little to do with the camera that was used or how compact the tripod was; they have everything to do with the photographer you bring with you. See The World is an investment in that photographer: you.This 210-page PDF eBook covers some of the concerns of traveling, such as which cameras to take, preparing packing lists, how to deal with carry-on luggage restrictions, choosing tripods and bags, but those are just the trivial details. The important details are in the 20 lessons designed to teach you what David believes is the real art...
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SEE THE WORLD: NORTHERN KENYAA Case Study for Stronger Travel Photographs David duChemin
The best cameras and sharpest lenses don’t make beautiful photographs: you do. It’s never about the gear. It’s never about how many lights you do or don’t have. Want to know how David duChemin makes beautiful portraits under the blazing sun in 40 °C/100 °F? Want to know how he captures moments and gestures from people who speak another language? Northern Kenya, A Case Study for Stronger Travel Photographs, will tell you how, as well as never-before seen photographs from David’s most recent trip. This is a companion piece to See the World (see bundle option below). This eBook includes...
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