Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Digital Photography School has released a comprehensive 78 page downloadable e-book to teach the secrets of stunning portraiture. "The Essential Guide to Portrait Photography" is brimming with portrait photography advice, tips and imagery. It’s a collection of some of DPS's best previously publish tutorials which have been updated for this edition – plus some new previously unpublished content. I'm very excited about this because my poor email storage could barely fit all of the DPS daily tips I've been saving over the year. It's great to have it all conveniently packaged in one e-book.
Get it now while DPS is running a 25 percent discount launch special. This cost of this e-book is $19.95 USD but this week DPS is making it available for 25% off so that you can secure it at just $14.95 USD (the discount is automatically applied – you don’t need a discount code). This price will go up in just over a week’s time at 9pm on Tuesday 1 December (Eastern US Time) so make sure you are among the first to get it.
The main section of this ebook covers 25 topics including:
How to bypass portrait mode on your digital camera and get great portraits
Travel Portrait Photography
What to Wear in Portraits
Introduction to Portrait Lighting
Check out the complete list:
Here's a screen shot of the layout:
FREE BONUS – Interview with 6 Pro Photographers
The main sections of "The Essential Guide to Portrait Photography" are largely theory. While the teaching is solid and DPS believes we’ll get a lot out of it – they’ve also put together a further 17 pages of interviews with some great portrait photographers. While theory is great – it’s often when you see how someone else uses it where things really click – so as a free bonus they’ve picked the brains of six great portrait photographers and authors:
Get your copy of the ebook here.
30 Day Money Back Guarantee
If you’re not satisfied that "The Essential Guide to Portrait Photography" ebook is helping your photography within 30 days, DPS will refund your money. But as a long time DPS forum member, I can almost guarantee you probably won't use it!