Do you want to take photos that make people say 'wow'?
Photography has never been so easy; nor has it ever been so hard. Digital cameras and smartphones can deliver perfect exposures and pin-sharp focus time after time, but the tech alone won't create draw-dropping imagery, or supply the sort of photos that stand out in a sea of online visual overload.
Stripped of pointless jargon and focusing instead on the most important element in the image-making process - the person holding the camera or phone - this book makes good on its promise to teach the key skills and mind-set for taking great photos on any device.
- Gain the core skills needed by every photographer - Learn to see the world as a photo opportunity - Discover the tools that will raise your photography to the next level - Develop a visual sense that can be applied to a range of photographic situations
About the Author
Benedict Brain is a UK based photographer and journalist. He graduated from the Derby School of Art in 1991. He is an Associate of the Royal Phographic Society and sits on the society's Distinctions Advisory Panel.
Benedict was the editor of Britain's best-selling consumer photography magazine, Digital Camera Magazine until 2018. He currently writes a regular column, 'The Art of Seeing', for Digital Camera magazine.
Benedict is also a tour and workshop leader and is regularly asked to jduge prestigious photo competitions such as the International Garden Photographer of the Year and the British Photography Awards and is a regular speaker at shows including The Adventure Travel Show and The Photography Show.