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23 Free Photography E-Books

from those nice people at Lightstalkning

You’ve seen them appear in some of our earlier posts on freebies. But today we decided to put all the eBooks together (and many more!) in a single, mega post for you. These will keep you busy for a really long time. Go ahead, download them! Print them if you want to, or save them on your smartphone to read them on the go.

Ultimate Field Guide to Photography, by National Geographic

field guide_national geographicThis guide by National Geographic can be a serious resource for a beginner in photography as it covers almost every aspect of the basics of photography. From explaining camera settings to tips on composition and perspective, everything is nicely explained. It can also serve as a handy reference guide to refresh your basics.

 

 

Going Candid, by Thomas Leuthard

thomas leuthardThomas Leuthard is a street photographer who is known for his adept storytelling through his street images. In his eBook, he writes about his approach to street photography full with inputs based on his experiences all through these years. If you’re interested in street photography, this is one resource you must really check out.

 

 

Essays on Inspiration, Vision and Creativity in Photography, by Scott Bourne

scott bourne essaysThis is an inspiring compilation of essays by photographer Scott Bourne. Coming from his personal experiences, the essays touch upon his insights on topics like storytelling, seeing, creativity, and vision. The wide variety of tips scattered across the eBook are sure to help you grow as a photographer.

 

 

 

Insights from Beyond the Lens, by Robert Rodriguez Jr

insights from beyond the lensThis eBook on landscape photography covers everything from what gear is best suited to landscape photography to how to make the best use of available light to create stunning landscape images. The author also shares useful insights from his experiences that are sure to motivate you further.

 

 

 

Good Photos in Bad Light, by Darwin Wiggett

good photos in bad lightWe’ve all gone through situations where bad light played a spoilsport in our photography trip, or so we thought. You don’t have to worry about it any longer because Darwin Wiggett, in this eBook, gives you plenty of tips and techniques that you can learn to create great photos in bad outdoor light.

 

 

 

Set Up Your Own Photoblog, by Nancy Messiah

set up your photoblogPhotoblogging requires you to have a knowledge about a wide range of areas, from hosting your site to getting traffic to it. This eBook by Nancy Messiah tackles the topic in a comprehensive manner with attention to specific details about getting your site running and everything that you need to keep in mind.

 

 

 

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