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Up Close - A Guide to Macro & Up Close Photography

Up Close by Andrew S. Gibson

Up Close A Guide to Macro & Up Close Photography Andrew S. Gibson Click here to view more details This is a must-have guidebook for photographers who want to create fresh and stunning photographs of things often overlooked. Enthusiasts of every level will thoroughly enjoy Andrew’s discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of working with […]

The 123 of Digital Imaging – Review

The 123 of Digital Imaging – Review

The 123 of digital imaging interactive learning suite was first developed in 2001 by Vincent Bockaert to bring up to date photography information to both amateur and professional photographers in an interactive format. Here we are almost a decade later and the 123 of digital imaging is as up to date as ever, something not […]

The Rabari - Encounters with the Nomadic Tribe

Mitchell Kanashkevich – Rabari – Encounters with the Nomadic Tribe ebook review

Rabari – Encounters with the Nomadic Tribe by Mitchell Kanashkevich Mitchell Kanashkevich embarked on a fascinating 4 month journey to photograph the Rabari, a nomadic group of Indian cattle herders. As with so many cultures in today’s fast paced and ever changing world, the Rabari’s culture is quickly changing and Mitchell’s objective with this journey […]

The Digital Photographer’s Guide to the Square Format

Square: The Digital Photographer’s Guide to the Square Format – Andrew Gibson

Square: The Digital Photographer’s Guide to the Square Format by Andrew Gibson Click here to view more details I always enjoy reading photography books that give me incentive to explore new ideas and techniques. Andrew Gibson’s Square: The Digital Photographer’s Guide to the Square Format is such a book although for many of us (showing […]

Vision is Better II - Free The Mind, Free the Camera. Again. by David duChemin

David duChemin – Vision is Better II ebook review

Vision is Better II – Free The Mind, Free the Camera. Again. by David duChemin For many of us “professional photographers” David duChemin is what we want to be. Now this isn’t quite what it sounds but hear me out on this. David has a philosophy he follows and I think it’s one that many […]

Craft and Vision - 11 Ways You Can Improve Your Photography

11 Ways You Can Improve Your Photography – FREE e-book

Download your FREE ebook now The folks at Craft and Vision that produce many of the fantastic books we review on this site have once again produced an excellent photography e-book. This book is different however; it’s FREE. That’s correct, FREE! There’s really no excuse for not downloading a copy of Craft & Vision – […]

Seattle's Top Photo Spots

Seattle’s Top Photo Spots – eBook Review

I have been fortunate over the years to have spent a lot of time in the Pacific Northwest’s jewel city of Seattle. While most of my time in Seattle has been pleasure (read Mariner’s games, Mexican food and visiting family) I have done my share of photography as well. With a trip to Seattle coming […]

The Power of Black & White In Adobe Lightroom & Beyond by Piet Van den Eynde – E-book Review

The Power of Black & White In Adobe Lightroom & Beyond by Piet Van den Eynde – E-book Review

The Power of Black & White In Adobe Lightroom & Beyond (A MASTER CLASS) by Piet Van den Eynde – E-book Review For a number of years black and white photography seemed to slip away a little as the transformation from film to digital was taking place. While this certainly wasn’t the first time black […]

Darwin Wiggett - Winter in the Canadian Rockies

Darwin Wiggett – Winter in the Canadian Rockies

Darwin Wiggett has been a professional photographer that I have had my eye on for a long time. I’m uncertain why this is precisely but it likely gets down to “I can relate to what he does”. I spent eight years living in Calgary with trips to the Canadian Rockies or Montana many weekends, almost […]

Journey Through Java by Mitchell Kanashkevich

Journey Through Java by Mitchell Kanashkevich – ebook review

Travel photographers frequently discover themselves in interesting dilemmas when preparing for overseas trips to far away locations? Among these will be the unknown, ranging from potential communication skills to unfamiliarity with the geography and regional traditions. How will I move around? Where will I stay? From a camera equipment perspective unknowns surface as well; how many […]

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