Advanced techniques: eBook on Trick Photography

Trick Photography - special effects with your camera
Came across this fascinating eBook on special effects photography - or as authorEvan Sharboneau calls it "Trick Photography." Lots of great ideas on creating wonderful artistic photos that are limited only by your imagination once you learn the techniques.

 

 

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Check out his book HERE.

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  1. Take your photgraphy even further after exploring the classes here - sign up for the Photography Masterclass Click Here!
    1. Hello Jon, you’ll have to click on the link and learn more through their site – I’ve only provided this as a resource that people may want to check out.

  2. hi, i follow your suggestion , using aperture mode, really good. but when come to event that the light not so good, this mode take few second to shot and without tripod, pic become blur, and if using mode A will have same result, so my question: what is the suitable mode for low light situation, without flash and tripod.. thanks

    1. Hello Wayne, thanks for the question – at that time I typically go to Manual, set my aperture as wide open as it will go, shutter speed to 1/60 or 1/100 (depending on lens) and then bring the ISO up to whatever is needed or even put ISO on Automatic so it will get as much light as needed. You’ll probably have to use noise reduction in Adobe Lightroom (which I use and recommend) or whatever editing program you use.

  3. I am really gonna take advantage of this ebook. I own a photography Instagram profile. Also I am looking for a nice camera for Instagram but I can’t decide between Canon T6 Rebel and Nikon Coolpix 900. If you know which one is best please let me know.

    1. I’ve been considering a Nikon Coolpix B600 for it’s wide range in the zoom lens and being cost effective. But if you want to push it even further the P1000 is pretty incredible.

  4. Thanks for sharing this information. Love to read this book.. I think its helps me to learn advanced techniques.

  5. Very informative article. It’s very helpful article for photography and professional photo editing. Thanks for sharing your post.Looking forward to read more.

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