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Karl Taylor Photography Training on your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch - Five Outstanding Apps

Put your camera on manual and join renowned British photographer Karl Taylor for an exotic trip around the world as he shares secrets that will take your photography skills to new levels. Whether you are a seasoned professional looking to expand your business or a budding novice just starting out with your new Digital SLR, Karl’s Masterclass series will give you the skills you need for full creative control.

Based on the highly successful Karl Taylor Masterclass DVDs, Photography enthusiasts and professionals around the world will now have "ready-to-go" instruction for every aspect of professional photography. Each application is packed with secret techniques and knowledge used by top professional photographers. All this knowledge is clearly explained in chapters for you to watch anywhere.

Application Features:
- iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch compatible
- On the go video. No WIFI required after initial install for playback in the field
- Subject Search
- Photo Note Pad

Introduction to Digital Photography by Karl Taylor

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Masterclass Series Subjects:
- Creative Composition
- Understanding Light
- Apertures & Shutter Speeds
- How Cameras Work
- Landscape Photography
- Capturing Action
- Optics, Lenses & Focus
- Depth of Field
- Using Your Camera in Manual
- ISO and Resolution

Price: $49.99/Download

Advanced Digital SLR Photography by Karl Taylor

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Masterclass Series Subjects:
- Painting with Light
- Macro and Extreme Close Up
- Capturing Action
- Nightscapes and Light Trails
- Flash in the Day
- A Fashion Shoot with Models
- The Essential Pro Equipment
- Remote Capture Techniques
- Outdoor Natural Portraits

Price: $49.99/Download

Travel & Landscape Photography by Karl Taylor

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Masterclass Series Subjects:
- Cityscapes
- Neutral Density Graduated Filters
- Planning your Images
- Waiting for the Right Light
- Night Cityscapes
- Landscape Photography
- Polarizing Filters
- Long Exposures
- Photojournalistic Style
- Gallery Critique

Price: $49.99/Download

Fashion & Beauty Lighting Secrets by Karl Taylor

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Pro Masterclass Series Subjects:
- Beauty Studio Lighting
- Soft Light on Location
- Lighting Panels
- Soft Dish Techniques
- Fashion Lighting
- Mixed Lighting Sources for Drama
- Fashion Lighting on Location
- Beauty Dish and Backgrounds
- High resolution end result photographs and detailed lighting layouts help the user in the studio get the best results

Price: $129.99/Download

Professional Retouching Secrets by Karl Taylor

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Pro Masterclass Series Subjects:
- Perfect Skin Techniques
- Retaining Skin Texture
- Light Shaping and Enhancement
- Retouching Fine Detail
- Contrast and Sharpening
- Image Impact
- Burn and Dodge Layers
- Healing and Cloning
- Airbrush
- Liquefy and Warp
- Before and after photographs help the user understand the results of retouching techniques

Price: $129.99/Download

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