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The importance of Vision over Technique (Within the Frame Book Review)

Learning about Photography is easy. There are plenty of resources online, from websites, videos to thick hardcovers and ebooks that cover every topic and genre, and often focus on the technical part, such as gear, camera settings and how-to’s. But very few books actually talk about what fuels our passion and what vision drives us forward. Personally, I hit a wall during my earlier days in travel photography. I became good enough to capture technically correct images, I impressed my friends and family (as well as some confused strangers online) but I also realized that those images I worked hard on capturing still […]

Within the Frame by David duChemin

Portraits of Earth – An Introduction to Landscape Photography (Ebook Review)

David DuChemin, renowned Travel and Humanitarian photographer, describes landscape photographers quite accurately: “Anyone who gets up that early, or stays out that late, to make photographs, or hauls a heavy tripod up a hill to do so, can’t possibly have all their marbles”. Landscape photography might seem like an easy field. You just point your camera towards a landscape and click. But that’s a big misconception. There are many factors that come into play to create a great landscape photo, that not only looks beautiful, but also creates a certain emotion. Landscape photography requires patience, understanding of light, equipment, strength (to […]

Portraits of Earth by David Duchemin ebook review

Rabari – Encounters with the Nomadic Tribe by Mitchell Kanashkevich (Ebook Review)

Have you ever wondered how travel photographers create stunning images that tell stories about people’s lives? What goes on through their minds and how they end up choosing a few photos out of thousands? If yes, then you should check out this new documentary and travel photography Ebook from Light Stalking. Rabari – Encounters with the nomadic tribe is written by Australian travel photographer Mitchell Kanashkevich who delivers us this 59-page Ebook packed with information about the Rabari, an Indian nomadic tribe of cattle herders. Featuring 10 exceptional portraits, Rabari is not just about the photographic project focusing on people […]

Rabari Ebook Cover

“Getting out of Auto”: A Photography Ebook Review

Let’s be honest. There are tons of eBooks or websites on the internet teaching you how to become a better photographer in just a few hours of reading. Some even claim they’ll teach you how to take great photos, retouch them in Lightroom or Photoshop and set up your own successful business in just 3 hours (with the accompanying flabbergasting testimonials of happy customers who are making more than $300 an hour from home with Google ads)! I have spent weeks and month browsing websites, forums and eBooks in the dark to be able to teach myself how to become a good […]

Getting out of Auto mode photography pdf ebook for beginners