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The Compelling Photograph: Techniques for Creating Better Images (Book 1) #2020

The Compelling Photograph Techniques for Creating Better Images Book Wish you could take compelling photographs Now you can In lessons this eBook will help you Understand the principles of good image design Learn how to find interesting compositions Get tack sharp i

  • Title: The Compelling Photograph: Techniques for Creating Better Images (Book 1)
  • Author: Anne McKinnell
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 219
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Compelling Photograph: Techniques for Creating Better Images (Book 1) By Anne McKinnell, Wish you could take compelling photographs Now you can In 8 lessons, this eBook will help you Understand the principles of good image design Learn how to find interesting compositions Get tack sharp images Make the most of the time you spend shooting Come home with great images after every shoot Now you can make every photo shoot a treasure hunt where you come Wish you could take compelling photographs Now you can In 8 lessons, this eBook will help you Understand the principles of good image design Learn how to find interesting compositions Get tack sharp images Make the most of the time you spend shooting Come home with great images after every shoot Now you can make every photo shoot a treasure hunt where you come home with the treasure every time I will show you the elements of good image design, essential camera skills, and fun photography techniques so you come home with great images every time Not only that, but I will send you on a weekly treasure hunt and show you exactly what you are looking for and where to find it.What s inside TexturesThe you train your eye to notice the details, the interesting your photographs will become.LinesLines are one of the fundamental building blocks of composition They direct the eye around an image and give the viewer a path to follow.ColourColours determine the viewer s emotional response to an image They set the mood and determine what part of an image gets the most attention.ReflectionsPhotographing a reflection creates a unique image of an often photographed subject by adding interest and depth to your photograph.SilhouettesOne way you can add drama, intrigue, and mystery to an image is by photographing your subject as a silhouette Deep contrasts make for powerful and memorable images.Close upsOften a story is better told in a series of images that reveal about the essence of a subject than a single image can.FramesOne way to quickly add a new dimension to your subject is to give it a frame inside the boundaries of the image.TwilightThat time before a sunrise or after a sunset w

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    1. Just Like Having a Personal MentorWhat I like about Anne s books is they are concise, instructive and inspirational She gets to the point without all the rhetoric of some of the other photography manuals You see it with her beautiful images, you learn the concept and then you execute it Those three steps are in each section in this and her second book Three steps are key to just about anything you want to learn Buy BOTH of her books, you won t be sorry You will be busy executing her suggestions [...]

    2. As a photographer that still shoots film it is nice to see there are still books on taking photos that are not geared to the equipment But rather the picture itself Because after all isn t that the point of Photography If you can see the picture before you even set up your camera then you are 95% there Thanks Anne I just got the second book of this series and am looking forward to it.

    3. An nontraditional book on photography with practical tips on the art of taking photos rather than the technique of photographing.

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