In photography, macro and flower ask for a lot of patience and often dedicated photographic materials. Here are listed some ebooks to teach you how to do macro photography and how to shoot flowers.
An ebook by Steve Berardi, where you will learn how to focus closer, how to emphasis the flower, how to get the perfect background, how to battle the wind and so on.
This book is a must to read especially if you are a beginner in macro photography, because flower photography is a lot more complex than just taking a snapshot.
Ever see a stellar image of a dragonfly and wonder how the photographer achieved such a shot? It’s actually easier than you might think, especially if you follow a few simple guidelines written in this eBook.
If you are a beginner in macro photography, this ebook, written by Vic Berardi, is a must to have.
Fall is coming and Rebecca (the author) in her ebook give you some photography tips on how to take stunning pictures of leaves in autumn.
This free ebook, written by Sue Bishop will introduce you to the light and the flower.
With this flower photography course ebook, you will have a good understanding about the relation between the light and the subject.
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Nowadays our smartphones have more computer power than a 10 years old desktop computer. Technology is evolving fast and with it, the language acquiring new words like smartphone or selfie.
We are doing everything with our phone, from a GPS assistant to photograph or record a movie in full 1080p HD, even post processing those images, and i don't even speak about playing 3D games, read some news on internet and so on...
At the end, when we compare how we use our phone the most, in percentage, I can say safely that we barely use it to call someone, and this is why i call mine a photophone.
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