100% Reliable Flash Photography
Designed to help photographers consistently create high-quality images with minimal gear. There are over 60 pages of information, shooting strategies, diagrammed techniques, and examples. I wrote the book to provide pro and semi-pro photographers with a fast, no-nonsense guide for getting amazing light just about anywhere, anytime. This book is about gaining the skill and confidence you need to create great images with the most basic and available lighting sources. The idea is to completely eliminate the stress of not being sure of what to do in a new or fast-moving environment. That makes it a perfect read for wedding, event, editorial, and portrait photographers.
This is a compilation (including new content) of my two previous boudoir eBooks, “10 Ways to Improve Your Boudoir Photography Now,” and “25 Amazing Boudoir Photography Techniques.” Boudoir Photography: The Quick-Start Guide For Professional Photographers has it all, including advice from other professional boudoir photographers who were kind enough to share their working experience and tips.
Even if you’ve already purchased one or both of the previous boudoir guides, you might want to check this out. The content is updated, expanded, and formatted not only for your computer, but also looks amazing on your iPad or other reader. Now, everything’s in one place in this big 100+ page eBook! This one’s also printer-friendly! Boudoir Photography is great for anyone who wants to make Boudoir a profitable part of their photography business.
Taking Your Portraiture To The Next Level
If you’re looking for inspiration, direction, and encouragement to create more unique portraiture, this is the guide for you.
Read this and start doing your BEST WORK now. I think this is an important book for photographers to add as part of their on-going efforts to keep learning — and something every photographer should read. Experienced working photographers as well as beginners and hobbyists will find it valuable and insightful.
Taking Your Portraiture to the Next Level II
I believe ANYONE can be a better portrait photographer. All you need is some good advice and instruction, and the willingness to work toward it. This is the followup to my eBook, Taking Your Portraiture to the Next Level. Just to give you a little insight into this book (and how it differs from the first book), here’s an excerpt from the book’s Introduction:
“In this book, Taking Your Portraiture to the Next Level II, there are very important (and I believe, fundamental) lessons to learn about building up your work and bringing the most out of your subjects. But the lessons are not all served up as specific directions to follow, or techniques to practice. I wrote much of this book with the idea that you’ll glean what you need from the stories and observations I’ve presented. I envisioned this book as a way to give readers the advice I would give in person. Nothing beats learning from your own experience but I think having someone tell you about their experiences can really help you gain knowledge in minutes, what took someone else years to acquire.”
DSLR: The Basics
If you’ve struggled with the fundamental concepts of photography, this eBook is for you. Maybe you’ve heard other photographers talk about shooting in Manual mode, or discussing settings that, quite frankly, seem a little confusing. The good news is that you can finally learn all the fundamentals and put them to work for you. DSLR: The Basics will guide you through the knowledge quickly and easily. In this new eBook, I cover: Basic DSLR Camera Features, Understanding Raw vs. JPEG, ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed, The Fundamentals of Exposure, White Balance, Shooting Modes, Flash Basics, Evaluating & Improving Your Shots. Understanding these features and concepts will help you move to the next level with your photography.
15 Photo Projects That Will Boost Your Creativity
If you’re in a creative rut or just need some inspiration you’ll love this new book! 15 Photo Projects That Will Boost Your Creativity was designed not only to be fun and challenging, but to help propel you in new directions with your photography. What you will learn in these pages and while doing the projects will help you in every facet of your photography.
“My hope is that you will use what I’ve presented here as a starting point to open your mind up to new ways of working with your camera and subjects. Some of these projects may ignite your creativity and some may simply prompt you to learn a valuable new skill.”
My Favorites From Amazon
How to Shoot Professional-Looking Headshots and Portraits on a Budget with Small Flashes
This is Phil Steele’s popular video instruction series on how to use regular flash units like Canon’s Speedlites (or Nikon Speedlights) to produce quality lighting for portraiture.
- JimmyD’s “Guerrilla Glamour” (NSFW)
- Ashley Karyl’s “How to Photograph Nudes Like a Professional” (NSFW)
- Michael Charles’ “SKIN: The Complete Guide to Glamour & Nude Photography” (NSFW)
- Michael Zelbel’s “The Art of Boudoir Photography with Speedlites” (NSFW)
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