Take the Journey from Beginner to Portrait Photographer with these 5 Ebook Guides

The 5 e-books in this comprehensive series will guide you from a beginners level all the way to taking slick professional portraits in no time.

Guide No.1

Hands-On Photography Guide for Beginners

The first e-book is designed to quickly get you up to speed with basic photography principles, and provides a platform for you to experiment and refine your techniques. This is not another e-book on photography theory. Instead, Andy provides plenty of hand-holding using easy-to-understand conversational language. Learn to take better pictures in 4 hours with this e-book! We start off with a section of "Photography Exercises" to familiarize you with the basic techniques of photography, using a show-and-tell approach. This breakthrough approach has been proven time and again to be effective in getting beginners to start experimenting intelligently with photography. Andy's approach emphasizes deep understanding, and strives to make photography simple.In the accompanying section called "Analyzing The Shot" Andy takes you through his thought process with the photographs that he has taken, describing how he arrived at the combination of settings used for each shot, and further advice on how you can apply these techniques to your own photographs. Lastly, great care has been taken to design an e-book that is easy to use, elegantly crafted and most importantly effective in teaching you photography. This e-book is horizontally laid-out, which maximizes your screen area for reading (instead of the portrait orientation that many e-books use). Paragraphs are narrower for easier reading, and diagrams/photos are used throughout to illustrate each point.

Guide No.2

Learn to light portraits at the speed of light!

This is the starter Portrait Lighting Guide for those do not have any basic knowledge of portrait lighting. It covers foundation skills and technical details of portrait lighting.

Guide No.3

Portrait Recipes VOLUME 1

Detailed lighting recipes for indoor portraits, complete with diagrams of lighting setups.

Guide No.4

Portrait Recipes VOLUME 2

Even more detailed lighting recipes for indoor portraits, complete with diagrams of lighting setups.

Guide No.5

Portrait Recipes VOLUME 3

Detailed lighting recipes for outdoor portraits, complete with diagrams of lighting setups.

Combined, they will guide you from zero lighting knowledge all the way to experimenting with 24 different portrait lighting scenarios.

 

Add these lighting setups to your skillset now!

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Take the Journey from Beginner to Portrait Photographer

The complete set of 5 e-books from SimpleSLR, available at one low price!
  1. Hands-On Photography Guide
  2. Portrait Lighting Guide
  3. Portrait Recipes Volume 1
  4. Portrait Recipes Volume 2
  5. Portrait Recipes Volume 3
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    What SimpleSLR Customers Say:


  1. Craig Bennett-Photography says:

    With over 32 years active in photography, 12 of which as a wedding professional, I find these series of books to be well done and informative! Andy presents lighting techniques in terms that are easy to understand and duplicate. I highly recommend his series of eBooks.

  2. David CB says:

    Whether you're a pro or you're just starting into photography, this books explain complex things in such an easy way! I can only recommend you to buy them all. they'll make you get what you want in your pictures and boost your creativity. I'm looking forward to hear about new books from Andy Lim.

  3. Owen says:

    I have really enjoyed the books and you have made some things so simple for me to understand. Although we have not met I feel I know much about the way you do your photography, and I am happy to have shared in it.

  4. Sonia Oglesby says:

    Okay, I want all my money back ! Not from you but, everyone else that was suppose to teach me lighting techniques. This is theory and application displayed with illustrations and clear diagrams. Where have you been all these months, while I painstakingly studied, but never quite understood what was going on. Thank God I finally see the light !

  5. Bharat Shetty says:

    I purchased simple SLR eBook set from Andy Lim. I must say one of most simplest eBook to understand the basics and some core elements of using flash, available light and portrait work. I have ready many books and articles , mostly they all take 50 -100 pages and some will cost you a leg or an arm! to make you understand a concept. Andy has taken his years of experience and put every thing in concise and easy to understand eBook, which you should be able to finish in probably an hour or two, you can also use it as a handy reference guide. If you are a beginner or a amateur and need a kick start to take you photography to the next level - invest in the simple SLR eBook, its worth every penny spend.

  6. Andrew Hong says:

    Your ebook present technical content in layman terms which really helps beginner photographer to grasp a deeper understanding of basic photography. Looking forward for your next release. Hope you can add more in depth areas such as rule of third etc. Great job, Andy

  7. Anthony Rogers says:

    Recently I wanted to take some shots of the Twins Towers before leaving KL. Something I have been putting off for two years. I used your Digital Book as up until then I had not been keen to use the manual capabilities of my camera. With the books guidance I took some nice shots. Thanks Mate.. the book is excellent.

  8. Edmund says:

    One word to describe your new ebook. "Wow". As a amateur photographer, i often wonder why i couldn't take nice pics with my DSLR. I found the answer in your ebook. Good Job, Andy and look forward to your other release.