Below is a collection of free photography eBooks that I have found from around the web. I continue to add to this list so please return for more books or email me with links to one’s not listed, cheers!
Motorsport is naturally exciting due to the high speed and potential incidents that may occur, as such it can offer some wonderful photography opportunities. There are a few rules and tips which should be understood and followed if you are to make the most of your day at the races…..
Obvious choices for the location of your shoot are woods/forests as these will be full of colour and fallen leaves and contain wonderful light and shadow however, street photography can also yeild fantastic results at this time of year as you can mix the urban feel with that of natural colour. Look out for urban parks and tree lined streets as in the Autumn the foliage will take on a magical colour that will provide a great contrast against the monotone colours of the urban environment. …
Personally I prefer shooting at night however a lot of photographers don’t venture out to try this genre of photography. Whether this is due to lack of time in the evenings or simply that a lot of people feel that night photography is too difficult to get right and achieve great images…..
Although fish may not seem at first glance as the most interesting or photography subjects they can provide some wonderful examples of wildlife (kind of) images. With a myriad of colours, shapes, sizes and personalities you can capture countless images of these little (in some cases not so little!) guys for your portfolio.
Woodlands and Forests are a great location for a few hours exploring photographic opportunities. At first glance it may not appear that there is much on offer in the way of a photo, however, look at bit closer (and in the right places) and there is plenty on offer for a photographer!
City photography, especially at night, can produce some of the most rewarding photos in your portfolio. Getting things right is not as difficult as you might think and my keywords for a successful shoot are ‘Preparation’, ‘Experimentation’ and ‘Awareness’. With a huge mixture of lighting, textures, shapes and locations which are usually found in close proximity of each other, it is highly likely that you can capture a huge array of differing shots from one shoot if you pick your location…