99 Portrait Photo Ideas

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99 Portrait Photo Ideas will help you understand how to photograph children, teenagers, adults and families – how to engage with them, and get the best out of them, to create pictures they will love. This book is full of tips and ideas (99 in fact!), easily read, easy to pick up and put down whenever you need it, and to use as a source of material to help you gain all the skills you need for natural light photography.

99 Digital Photo Art Ideas

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99 Digital Photo Art Ideas is designed to help you gain confidence with composition, backgrounds and light, etc. relating to shooting art, objects and detail, rather than people. It shows you how to look at objects in a different way, seeing texture, shape and colour – in order to create photos which will complement your interiors.

What you say:

“Absolutely brilliant, packed with ideas and inspiration. Not full of technical jargon just good advice which is very confidence boosting. You have reminded me why I love photography. Thank you.”

“I keep delving into your book for tips and advice…it answers questions, inspires me and gives me confidence…brilliant!”

“I love the way you bring out the best in people… it’s that quality which really makes the difference!”

“I found both your creative words and fantastic photos truly inspiring. It has all provided me with many ideas and tips for me to develop both my business as well as my skills as a photographer.”

“Thank you for making such a brilliant book I have already recommended it to all my friends. It has given me inspiration and confidence I never know I had! I also purchased Photo art ideas which was just as inspiring and full of examples. Love both books – thanks again.”

“Over the last 10 years I have bought a lot of photography books to help me develop my skills, and I really wish that 99 Portrait Ideas had been available years ago – I probably wouldn’t have needed to buy any other books!  It’s probably the most useful book I have come across for photographers wanting to take pictures of people.”