New: eBook of Compelling Images and Full Explanations – Fotozaar

Fotozaar is a new eBook that teaches photography by example. It contains a collection of compelling photographs and the stories of how they were made. I personally wish they had gone into more detail with how some the images were post processed but I understand it would be hard to explain. If you are interested, it can be found here: Fotozaar – Learn by Example

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New: Fotozaar

Step by step, the photographer of each image walks you through the process they used to create that image.

For each image, the explanations cover things like:

  • Camera settings used to create the image (aperture, shutter speed, ISO, etc.)
  • Equipment used (camera, lens, filters, etc.)
  • How the photographer chose the composition
  • What the lighting conditions were and how they affected the image
  • Any post-processing that altered the final image
  • Any special equipment that was needed
  • The photographer’s personal guidelines for creating similar images
  • The photographer’s intention and inspiration for creating the image
  • Any interesting back story about the subject itself
  • What the photographer would change about the image
  • What aspects ultimately made the photograph successful
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Images Described within Fotozaar

The examples are from a variety of subjects and techniques.

It includes all types of photography, including (but not limited to): portraits, landscape, macro, nature, abstract, street, and architecture. The images come from a variety of different photographers, so you can learn from unique perspectives and styles.

How to Get a Copy:

The guide comes in PDF format that can be read on computers, phones and most tablet computers.

Found here: Fotozaar – Learn by Example

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