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New ebook, Get Started in Digital Glamour Photography unwrapped

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Duncan Evans, a former editor of Digital Photo User magazine in the UK has announced a new e-book, Get started in Digital Glamour Photography. Available for download from the Amazon website at just £3.99 the new title is fully illustrated and available in two editions; Lingerie and Nudity. All images are mono on Kindle, but in full color on iOS, Android and desktop formats.
More information on the author can be found at www.duncanevans.co.uk
Press release:
Digital photography comes to the Kindle

Digital Photography comes to the Kindle platform on Amazon thanks to author Duncan Evans. Get started in Digital Glamour Photography can be bought and downloaded directly from Amazon and played on Kindle hardware and iPhone, iPod touch, iPad or Android devices with the Kindle reader app installed or PC and Mac with the Kindle software installed. The new title is fully illustrated and available in Lingerie and Nudity editions and costs just £3.99 direct from the Amazon website. The photography is rendered in mono on Kindle hardware but is full color on Apple, Android and desktop formats.

Get started in Digital Glamour Photography (ASIN: B005DSAQEO)

Want to shoot glamour photography with your digital camera but don't know where to start? Then this is the book for you, aimed at the photographer who knows their camera, but nothing about the world of glamour photography. It kicks off with a discussion on the hardware you do and don't need, whether filters are any use in a digital age, and what are truly essential accessories.
A quick word on RAW versus JPEG then it's on to mastering lighting and the key to successful glamour shots. The impact and significance of early morning, direct overhead, diffused light are discussed, along with shooting into the sun and artificial light sources. There are two chapters on the practicalities of shooting: on location and in the studio. At all times, there's advice for the beginner to explain what you need to know now and what you'll need to consider when you have more experience.
Composition is an essential element but there's none more so that dealing with models. This has a whole chapter to itself. Discover how to approach a shoot, put the model at their ease, get through the technical challenges while keeping in control of the shoot. It's all here with clear advice and anecdotes from actual shoots to back it up. The book rounds things off with a chapter on digital post-production, Photoshop work and presenting and selling your work.

Here’s the chapter list:
1. INTRODUCTION
2. GEAR GUIDE
3. ESSENTIAL ACCESSORIES
4. THE MODEL
5. COMPOSING THE PHOTO
6. MASTERING LIGHTING
7. SHOOTING IN A STUDIO
8. SHOOTING ON LOCATION
9. DIGITAL DARKROOM


The book is available for download from www.amazon.co.uk in two editions.


Lingerie/swimwear edition - Get started in Digital Glamour Photography


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