Stunning Portrait Photography – Posing and Lighting! – This e-book is meant to be read on your Kindle reader. If you don’t have a Kindle, you can still read the book on your computer or tablet. Just download a free app from Amazon – then it is a matter of one click whenever you want to download a book. Here is the link to get the FREE app, just click the image:

Stunning Portrait Photography – Posing and Lighting

This e-book is everything you need to know to COMPLETELY master portrait photography! PLUS it is easy to read, easy to understand and so well illustrated that even the greenest of rookies will see immediate improvement!

Here are the Table Of Contents. Look at everything that is covered!

  • Introduction
  • Arms – Elongating And Foreshortening
  • The Plane!
  • The 4 Positions Of The Upper Arm
  • The Forearm “Trap!”
  • The Hand – Bold and Tapered Poses
  • Bold Hand Poses – Masculine
  • Tapered Hand Poses – Feminine
  • Eleven Ways To Pose The Hands!
  • Use A Prop
  • On The Chin
  • At The Lapel Or Neckline
  • On The Hip
  • On The Opposite Arm
  • On Top Of – Or Behind – The Head
  • At The Waistline
  • In The Pocket
  • At The Side
  • On The Lap Or The Knee
  • Leaning On An Object
  • The Head And Shoulders Portrait
  • Positioning The Head
  • Full Face
  • Profile
  • Three Quarter Head
  • Directing The Model
  • The Horizontal Turn
  • Vertical Lift Or Drop
  • Diagonal Tilt
  • Correcting Facial Flaws With Head Position
  • Photographing The Face
  • Moveable Parts
  • The Pupil
  • 4 Ways To Avoid Squinting And Closed Eyes
  • Shoot With The Light At The Subject’s Back
  • Shoot Later In The Day
  • 1 – 2 – 3!
  • Bounce Or Diffuse Your Flash
  • The Mouth
  • Emotions
  • Happiness
  • Anger
  • Sorrow
  • Fear
  • Lighting The Portrait
  • The Shadow In Portrait Photography
  • The “Short Light” And The “Broad Light” Patterns
  • The “Split Light”
  • The “Loop Lighting” Pattern
  • The “Rembrandt Light”
  • The “Butterfly Light” Pattern
  • The “Fill Light”!
  • The “Lighting Ratios”
  • The “Background Light”
  • The “Hair Light”
  • The “Accent Light”
  • The “Three Light Set” Using One Light!
  • Eliminate The Dreaded “Red Eye!”
  • The “Photographic Ground Modification System”
  • Additional Photo Training

This one has it all! read through this volume of the “On Target Photo Training” course and within about an hour you will never look at portrait photography the same way again. Want to start winning photo contests? Want to hear “oohs and aahs” when people look at YOUR photos? You’ve come to the right place.

Get started right now – you won’t look back!

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Building A Portrait – This e-book is meant to be read on your Kindle reader. If you don’t have a Kindle, you can still read the book on your computer or tablet. Just download a free app from Amazon – then it is a matter of one click whenever you want to download a book. Here is the link to get the FREE app, just click the image:

Building A Portrait:

We ALL eventually take portrait photos – why not learn to put the WOW in them?

Check out the new revised edition….

Creating a terrific portrait involves more than just aiming the lens at your subject and pressing the button. “Building A Portrait” will show you everything you need to know. It’s easy once you know how!

Here is the table of contents…

Introduction:

Review –

  • Neutral Density Filters
  • Graduated Filters
  • Backdrops

How To Build A Portrait:

Terminology And The Overall Shape Of The Photograph

  • Size Matters

Composition Tips:

Make Sure Your Photographs Tell A Story

  • Anti – Level Shoulders
  • Sit Up Straight
  • Use The “Rule Of Thirds” If It Makes Sense
  • Fill The Frame
  • Follow The Eyes
  • Who is the star
  • Focus On The Most Important Feature – The Eyes
  • Depth Of Field
  • Skin, Love It Or Leave It
  • Bare Skin Continued

Beauty:

Women Should Look Sexy And Pretty, Men Should Appear Powerful

  • The Symmetrical Face
  • Sexism In Portrait Photography
  • Here’s A Really HARD Photo Tip

Problem Area Fixes:

  • Differently Sized Eyes
  • The Crooked Nose
  • Acne Scarred And Wrinkled Skin
  • Here’s A Photo Tip That May Require Some Begging
  • Round and Chubby Faces
  • The Neck Wattle
  • Photography Clothing Tips
  • The “Photographic Ground Modification System”

Photo Exercises:

Get YOUR copy right now and see better portraits by tomorrow!

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Photographing Children – Tips, Tricks And Ideas – This e-book is meant to be read on your Kindle reader. If you don’t have a Kindle, you can still read the book on your computer or tablet. Just download a free app from Amazon – then it is a matter of one click whenever you want to download a book. Here is the link to get the FREE app, just click the image:

Photographing Children – Tips, Tricks And Ideas!

Not Just For Photographing Children, This E-Book Will DRAMATICALLY Improve Your Portraits!

Revised and expanded edition!

Once you have digested this easy to read and easy to understand “On Target Photo Training”, you will be well on the way to shooting amazing photos… Ones that win photo contests! Or bring tears to the eyes of parents… isn’t that what you got into photography to do?

Within about an hour – you will not only understand all the photo theory – but you will know how to apply it as well!
This volume of the “On Target Photo Training” series, is not just about photographing children but, various types of light and light manipulation. These are key elements that affect most every shot and that most of us will encounter on an almost daily basis.

Here is a copy of the Table Of Contents to give you a feel for what is included…

  • Introduction
  • Photographing Children – Tips, Tricks And Ideas
  • Children’s Photography Covers A Lot Of Ground!
  • The 18/18 Rule!
  • Keep Your Camera Ready!
  • Go For An Emotion!
  • Be Decorative
  • Show Your Creative Intent
  • Capture Personality
  • Complement Your Subject
  • Photo Projects To Save Your Camera – And Your Kids!
  • Finding Your Personal Style
  • Special Vision
  • Make Sure Your Photographs Tell A Story!
  • How To Find The Story
  • Shoot Like A Sniper!
  • Natural Light
  • Pros Of Using Natural Light
  • Cons Of Using Natural Light
  • Sunlight Directly Into The Face
  • Back-lit Subjects
  • Open Shade
  • Window Light
  • Raccoon Eyes
  • Shoot When It Is Overcast
  • Natural Light Manipulation
  • Soften The Harsh Shadows Of Direct Light
  • Make Skin Tones “Pop”
  • Backdrops In Natural Light
  • Available Light
  • Pros Of Using Available Light
  • Cons Of Using Available Light
  • For Best Results
  • “Available Light” Manipulation
  • On Camera Electronic Flash
  • Pros Of Using Electronic Flash
  • Here Is A Flash Photography Photo Tip That Will Save You Money – And Get You More Shots!
  • Freeze The Action
  • Cons Of Using On Camera Flash
  • How To Eliminate The Dreaded Red, Green and Blue Eye Effect In Your Photography!
  • Ring Lights
  • Tips For Using Your On Camera Flash
  • You NEED Shadows!
  • Don’t Use Your Flash At Full Power
  • Studio Strobes
  • Pros Of Using Studio Lights
  • Cons of Using Studio Lights
  • Studio Strobe Manipulation
  • Shooting
  • Preparation
  • Lighting Pitfalls
  • Catch Lights
  • Lighting The Portrait
  • The Shadow In Portrait Photography
  • The “Short Light” And The “Broad Light” Patterns
  • The Split Light
  • The “Loop Lighting” Pattern
  • The “Rembrandt Light”
  • The “Butterfly Light” Pattern
  • The “Fill Light”
  • The “Lighting Ratios”
  • The “Background Light”
  • The “Hair Light”
  • The “Accent Light”
  • The “Three Light Set” Using One Light!
  • Photo Exercise
  • Additional Photo Training

Yes, YOU can do the sorts of Children’s Portraits that you thought were only done by the top professionals! Check out this photo training course volume right now and see for yourself!

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Master Photo ExposureMaster Photo Exposure – This e-book is meant to be read on your Kindle reader. If you don’t have a Kindle, you can still read the book on your computer, tablet, phone or whatever!. Just download a FREE app from Amazon – then it is simply a matter of one click whenever you want to download a book. Here is the link to get the FREE app, just click the image:

Master Photo Exposure

 

Master Photo Exposure:

Knowing how to get the best exposure in your photographs can be the difference between heart thumping, exciting, STUNNING images…and a big yawn!

Setting the camera on automatic is an easy, guaranteed route to failure! Do you really want to turn over your creativity to a machine?

By the time you have finished this simple, easy to understand training, you will have a solid grasp of the 4 elements that make up a correctly exposed photograph.

Here is some of what you are getting:

Introduction:

Here I briefly recap some of the principles discussed in Volume 1 of the “On Target Photo Training” series… “7 secrets To Creating Stunning Photos!” As purchaser of this e-book, you will also get a link to download a FREE copy of Volume 1.

Part 1: What The Professionals Do

In this section I cover a tip that is skipped by most amateurs. But the top pros all do this! It is free, easy and you will see immediate improvement in your photos.

Part 1: Shooting In Manual Mode

Here is where we learn how to take our camera off automatic and take back control of our images and our creativity!

Part 2: Exposure Defined – What Exactly IS Correct Exposure?

Every photo has more than one! In fact, each photograph has dozens of “correct exposures”! But, there is always ONE that is the best – for you and for that particular photo. Learn how to select the right one – the camera (on automatic) almost NEVER gets it right.

Part 2: 18% Gray

This one concept can make or break you. But, it really is pretty easy to understand.

Photo Exercise 1:

Don’t just read about the concepts and principles you’re learning! Put them into practice! This is the fun part. Here is where you start to see your photos getting better and better on (literally) a daily basis.

Part 3: The 4 Factors Of Correct Exposure

There are 4 elements that make up the best exposure for a photograph. Can you name them? If not, how can you learn how to control them?

It’s Not All Mechanical! True a camera can mechanically pick the right amount of light to let into the camera for an exposure – but notice that I said AN exposure, not the BEST exposure.

Film – ISO Speed:

Here is where you once and for all learn how to select the best digital ISO speed. It matters. Our digital ISO speeds are based on the same concepts as film ISO. You will completely understand how the various speeds work and more importantly, how to choose the best one for YOUR photo.

And more…And more…And more…

Once you’ve finished this easy to understand course volume, you WILL have mastered photo exposure.

Get YOUR copy of “Master Photo Exposure” today!

 

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Master Photo Shutter Speed! – This e-book is meant to be read on your Kindle reader. If you don’t have a Kindle, you can still read the book on your computer, tablet, phone or whatever!. Just download a FREE app from Amazon – then it is simply a matter of one click whenever you want to download a book. Here is the link to get the FREE app, just click the image:

 

Master Photo Shutter Speed

 

Master Photo Shutter Speed!

Using the incorrect shutter speed is by far one of the easiest and most common ways to destroy an otherwise stunning photo!

By the time you’ve finished going through this quick and easy e-book, you will know how to avoid blurry pictures due to camera shake – without a tripod!
PLUS you will discover the three primary ways to use shutter speed to show movement!

What’s more, you will instantly know which one is best for YOUR photo!

Here is a taste of what is included:

  • Introduction: In this section we briefly review what was covered in the On Target Photo Training: Volume 2 – Master Photo Exposure
  • Shutter Speed – Increased Creative Options: Here we cover the various creative options that open up for us once we understand the various ways in which the shutter controls motion. Your photos will finally reflect the artistic visions you have for them!
  • The Garden Hose – Here is the easiest description of shutter speed, plus how and when to manipulate it that you are likely to ever run across.
  • How The System Came To Be – Find out how the halving and doubling system came to be and how it works.
  • Available Shutter Speeds – If you leave your camera on automatic, you will have no creative options AT ALL! It will select the slowest speed that will let you shoot without camera shake. This is rarely – if ever – the best option! Learn what to do.
  • Photo Exercise – Here is where the rubber meets the road. Take the theory and make it real!
  • Advanced Study – Here are some fun things you can do that will have you controlling your shutter speed better than 90% of all the professionals out there – FAST!
  • And more…And more…And more…

You are only minutes away from mastering your camera’s shutter speed! Try it…you’ll never look back.

Get YOUR copy of “Master Photo Shutter Speed!” TODAY!

 

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