This is the e-version of the hugely successful and top rated pocket book of the same name by David Pearce. Over 250 pages and 550 images that have been universally praised over the past year or so for the sheer depth of information and knowledge. See readers reviews and full details at www.oliver-cameron.com (the publishers site.)
This in-depth guide to posing techniques has over 500 images illustrating the use of poses in the context of a wedding. There is a fascinating array of images from around the World, shot by amazing photographers such as Yervant, Chenin Boutwell, Dave & Quin and David Beckstead. In fact there are over 70 contributors including many that we have discovered for the first time from all corners of the World. Each of these images is accompanied by text describing the image or pose, and detailing exactly what makes it work. Read as a whole, the guide offers a wealth of knowledge on how to pose, see light and look for leading lines, reflections and shadows, whilst creating images with finesse and elegance. It also provides valuable advice on how to interact with your couples to get the best results, how to pose larger couples in a flattering manner, and how to cope when the bride and groom are of different heights
• Basic Posing Techniques with a step by step guide.
• How to pose larger people.
• Creating dynamic group shots that your couples will love.
• Setting Expectations.
• Developing a Connection with you clients to put them at ease.
• Finding good light.
• The Wedding Day from Bridal preps to the first dance.
• Hints and Tips and Mistakes to Avoid.
• Shadows and Reflections by David Beckstead.
• Complexity in Composition by David Beckstead.
• Posing and Personality by Chuck Arlund.
• Workflow and Photoshop by Michael O’Neill.
• Posing Hands Gallery by Andrena Douglass.
• Off Camera Flash by TriCoast.
• The DQ Approach by Dave and Quin Cheung.
• 256 pages.
• 525 inspiring images.
Over 10,000 print books have been sold.
Wedding Photography – A Guide to Photojournalism – $19.95
By Kerry Morgan
This in-depth guide to photojournalism has a wealth of images and practical knowledge enabling you to take your work to the next level. It is written by Kerry Morgan, one of Europe’s finest wedding photographers who has been shooting weddings both nationally and internationally for the last 14 years. She is a graduate of Europe’s most prestigious photography college – Bournemouth College of Art. Her work has been featured in the major UK bridal titles and she was the major contributor to the Harper Collins book “Need to Know: Weddings”. She currently photographs 40 weddings a year worldwide. The book has global appeal and is just as relevant if you are from Europe, North America, Asia or Australia and acts as a sister book to “Wedding Photography – A Guide to Posing”.
Priced at less than most photographers charge for a small reprint, this book will undoubtedly help you improve your technique, visualise and see more shots, and ultimately make more money through extra sales. Measuring approximately 7×5” the book has been designed to fit into your camera bag or jacket pocket, so it’s there at your fingertips when you need some inspiration.
How to shoot storytelling images that will connect with the bride.
Shooting with empathy and understanding providing the couple with a greater emotional attachment to their images.
How to choose where to shoot from for the greatest storytelling impact combined with the best light and composition.
How feeling an image not just seeing it will give you stronger pictures.
How to stop shooting snap shots and start shooting pictures that tell stories.
How to create magazine style details that brides will love (as well as editors!)
Album presentation for wedding photojournalism
Post-production that adds to the impact of your storytelling.
This in-depth guide to Boudoir Photography has a vast array of images and practical knowledge enabling you to take your work to the next level. It is written by Tammy Warnock, one of America’s finest boudoir photographers. Tammy lives and works in LA and is renowned for her work and is a Boudoir Expert on the DWF.
Our business mission at Oliver Cameron Publishing is to provide you with educational books that are sensibly priced. We DO NOT sell crazily high priced products such as e-books and DVD’s. All our products are priced at regular prices so are affordable to all. We want them to be less than most photographers charge for a small reprint.
This book will undoubtedly help you improve your technique, visualise and see more shots, and ultimately make more money through extra sales. Measuring approximately 7×5” the book has been designed to fit into your camera bag or jacket pocket, so it’s there at your fingertips when you need some inspiration.
How to shoot flattering images of ladies of all sizes.
The use of natural light.
Off camera lighting.
Working in a studio and on location.
How to relax and make your subject feel comfortable.
Boudoir, Between the Sheets, Pin Up and Art Nude covered.
1000’s of tips that you never knew to transform your images.
A Gallery of Boudoir images from International experts.
Taking Your Portraiture to the Next Level II – $14.95
By Ed Verosky
This book focuses on the fact that it is imperative for working photographers to differentiate themselves from others in order not to drown in a sea of competition where so many are producing work absent of any unique style or vision. Amateurs have even more reason to explore the artistic areas of portraiture since it is a part of the amateur heritage to do so, and also because they don’t have the burden of producing work according to the tastes and needs of paying clients.
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ProBlogger’s Guide to Blogging for Your Business – $49.99
By Darren Rouse
This eBook was written for two groups of people:Business Owners who wanted to harness the power of blogging to grow their business, and those working for Businesses who’ve been given the task of blogging – but who don’t know where to start. Written by Mark Hayward – a successful business owner, activist, and blogging coach – the guide takes readers step by step through how to set up a blog, thinking through goals for a blog, developing a content strategy, finding readers and growing traffic, establishing and growing a social media footprint and much more. Practical tasks at the end of each of the 12 chapters let you implement Mark’s mentoring in a way that suits your business, and your customers.
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ProBlogger’s Guide to Your First Week of Blogging – $19.99
By Darren Rouse
This new eBook is all about helping bloggers who are in the first weeks of their blogging to get started on the right foot. Bloggers starting out quickly discover that there’s a lot more to this medium than just setting up a blog and quickly slapping up a post or two. Your first post is just the beginning and you’re then faced with the tasks of finding readers, coming up with more post ideas and thinking about the long term strategy of your blog. This eBook is jam packed with practical activities and exercises to do in your first week to make sure your blog is heading in the right direction. Broken down into 7 days there are actually a total of 32 achievable tasks that will not only get your blog going but that will help you develop the skills you need to achieve your potential as a blogger.
Copywriting Scorecard for Bloggers – $29.99
By Darren Rouse
This eBook is designed to help you take the content featured on your blog up a notch. Your blog posts are the cornerstone of your blog and will be the difference between you reaching your goals or not. This scorecard resource is designed to help you analyze the most important elements of your content to make sure they’re engaging, readable, professional and optimized for search engines. It’s the ideal resource for all bloggers who are just starting out and want to learn the basics of SEO or those who’ve been at it a while but want to grow their search engine traffic.
Creative Landscape Photography – $9.95
Based on years of real-world experience practicing and teaching the art and craft of landscape photography, this eBook details Guy Tal’s process-based approach to unlocking the creative potential already in you. Learn how to take your ideas and sensibilities from raw concepts to expressive images, with an emphasis on understanding visualization, composition and capture techniques.
Creative Processing Techniques – $14.95
More than just an in-depth technical guide for digital image processing, this eBook teaches a creative approach to using the digital studio. Guy explains his unique process to guide an image from RAW capture to matching the photographer’s visualized end result. The eBook goes beyond mere hands-on techniques and discusses the concepts and thought processes involved in digital editing. The eBook includes examples of using Adobe Lightroom for RAW conversion and Adobe Photoshop for detailed editing and adjustment.
Portrait Tips and Techniques – $24.95
By Wayne Radford
How to improve your natural light black & white portraiture. In this eBook you will learn how to simplify and fine tune the essentials for quality portraiture. Discover how to use facial recognition and what lighting techniques should be used to enhance your subject. Also chapters on window lighting, subtractive lighting, how to find suitable locations, plus techniques for exposure and composition. There are many stunning images and easy to follow charts that will demonstrate what to look for and how to do it. PORTRAIT TIPS & TECHNIQUES is suitable for advanced DSLR enthusiasts and professionals wishing to fine tune their portraiture or develop a new style.
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New School Wedding Photographer – $19.90
By Taylor Jackson
Social media is changing the face of wedding photography. It’s now even easier to get up and running with a little help from Facebook and Twitter. It’s all about laying the proper groundwork for a business that will make you happy in the future. This book will help you create a business that targets couples that you really get along with, and have fun with. Beyond that, it’s about creating your ideal lifestyle, as well as portfolio – and using social media (Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, Etc) to help grow your business.
How to become a Pro Photographer – $8.95
This 27 page eBook is aimed at photographers who want to know what it actually takes to make the jump into a professional photo career. Illustrated with full page imagery and packed with in-depth information, industry resources, links and personal insight that I’ve gained from my experience working as a full time pro for a decade and a half, it will tell you what you need to know in order to get started working in this field and lay the groundwork towards building a successful photography business.
Making the Image – $10.95
This 50 page eBook will guide you towards making more powerful imagery. By exploring how the human visual system responds to the world, this book breaks down individual concepts, such as light, color, balance and viewpoint, and explains how they can be used to add visual strength to your photos. It also explores the concept of creativity as it applies to different methods of finding and making images, which can help you take a more active role in your photography.
Photography Web Marketing Guide – $29.00
Photography Web Marketing Guide by Zach Prez helps photographers get more clients from their websites, social media profiles, and email newsletters.
Photography Blog Success – $29.00
Photography Blog Success offers 55 pages of blog building ideas. We understand blogging is one of the hardest tasks for photographers keep up with, or even know where to begin. This PDF ebook helps you determine an action plan for blogging with content that gets shared and helps clients call you today. Learn how to make your blog an integral part of a successful photography business, how to use your personality to attract ideal clients, ideas for posts that lead to new business, and ways to bring in more traffic and turn visitors into leads, and get suggestions from top bloggers in photography with examples and screenshots
Simplifying Composition – £9.99
This ebook covers a variety of topics and techniques 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
Altiplano – £4.99
Containing three short essays and 34 high resolution images from Bruce Percy’s Bolivian Altiplano portfolio, this is a nicely presented photo book. This is not a how-to book, but instead a great way to enjoy viewing pictures of the Bolivian Altiplano. More an essay on attitude rather than the technical, Bruce covers his thought processes and the decisions he made whilst shooting.
Aspect Ratios – £9.99
Nocturne: Mastering Low Light Photography – £9.99
This eBook contains some essays on the subject of low light photography and is backed up with technical chapters about long exposures, tripod use and for film shooters – reciprocity.
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Portraiture: A Street Photographer’s Approach – £9.99
73 pages, covering the philosophical aspects of making successful images of people, this eBook goes further with a technical section describing lenses, available light and all the things you need to know in order to keep street photography simple.
The Visual Sense – £9.99
Being able to look at a scene and translate it into what you see in your minds eye is what we all strive for in photography. In this eBook, discover visualisation and the techniques used to create the best possible images whilst on location.
Studio Photography: Essential Skills – £25.46
Studio photography is a common career path for aspiring photographers and students but the professional and commercial nature of the field makes it a challenging area to break into. Whilst other introductory books on the subject are often bogged down with too much technical detail or too many `show-off? shots, Studio Photography: Essential Skills offers a practical and accessible guide to the fundamental techniques for successful studio photography. Whether photographing a person or a product, you need control over the light, mood and look to arrive at the perfect result for a particular assignment.
Better Available Light Digital Photography – £25.46
This classic book on available light photography is back, thoroughly updated for digital photography and, for the first time, is packed with stunning, full color images throughout. Creating great images under less-than-ideal lighting conditions is one of the most difficult, yet rewarding, experiences in photography. Challenge yourself, and with this book by your side you won’t be disappointed. Photography expert Joe Farace and Pulitzer Prize winner Barry Staver use real-world examples of their own images to give you invaluable advice on how to get the shot right the first time. From practical tips, such as how to deal with inclement weather while shooting outdoors, to detailed information about getting great shots at your cousin’s or your client’s wedding, to brand new chapters on noise and white balance, you’ll find everything that you need to turn your ordinary night and low-light shots into masterful works of art.
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Photography Foundations for Art and Design – £19.99
Photography: Foundations for Art and Design is the perfect introductory guide for those of you learning the basics of photography. Offering a clear and well-illustrated structured approach to the tools and techniques, it will also guide you through the important aspects of photography as a means of self-expression and communication. The main focus is setting a comprehensive list of objectives and resources for clarity at the outset. A series of sequential study exercises intended as independent learning resources are provided and each exercise will help you to build design skills, teach you how to properly research, and execute work in a systematic manner. This new edition includes more digital information and also an entire new chapter on Still Life.
Contemporary Wedding Photography – £9.59
Wedding photography has become about story-telling – capturing the emotions and atmosphere of the day through reportage-style photography. This user-friendly manual reveals the techniques needed to produce this contemporary style of wedding album, for professional photographers looking to update their methods, or for aspiring photographers wanting to break into this lucrative market. It includes all the advice you need, from preparation and planning before the wedding, to digital manipulation of your images and presentation to the couple after the event. It features comprehensive checklists, professional tips, tried-and-tested templates, advice boxes and step-by-step sequences to provide endless inspiration and guarantee successful shooting.
Close-Up and Macro Photography – £19.05
In this exhaustive guide to macro photography, respected author and photographer Adrian Davies takes a comprehensive approach to the subject, covering every aspect of the multi-faceted and often complicated world of close-up photography. Everything about Adrian’s approach is both practical and diverse, with optimal output always in mind. His coverage of equipment, for example, goes beyond cameras to cover the application of flatbed and film scanners for close-up shots (2D, 3D, reflective and translucent subjects). Seperate sections cover cameras and equipment, lenses, lighting, workflow and image processing. Additionally, a seperate section on ‘special subjects’ covers techniques for shooting both common macro subjects (including insects, fossils and coins), as well as a range of technical elements such as shiny surfaces, texture, and polarised light. The appendix includes a technical discussion on depth of field, including detailed tables, and a range of optical formulae. Clear, concise and comprehensive, and packed with stunning images, this is a must-have purchase for all photographers looking for professional quality macro results.