Archive for the 'Craft & Vision' category


Timelapse by Dave Delnea

Craft & Vision have just released a new ebook – Timelapse by Dave Delnea. I’m not going to spend too much time explaining what it’s all about – the title pretty much says it all. All I’m going to say is take a look at this short timelapse video Dave put together as a demo. If you want to learn to do that, then buy this ebook:

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PHOTOGRAPH issue two

Craft & Vision have just released the second issue of PHOTOGRAPH magazine. There are interviews with photographers Andy Biggs, Chris Orwig and Martin Bailey plus articles from authors such as John Paul Caponigro, Piet Van den Eynde and of course David duChemin.

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Growing the Visionmonger 2: An eBook by Corwin Hiebert

Growing the Visionmonger ebook cover

Corwin, the author of the latest Craft & Vision ebook, will be familiar to some of you as David duChemin’s manager. If you earn a living, or part-time income, as a photographer, or have any desire to do so, then Corwin’s books are essential reading.

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A Sense of Place: An ebook by Younes Bounhar

A Sense of Place ebook by Younes Bounhar You

Travel makes photography easy. Or so it seems – I know when I’m in a new place just about everything seems exciting and photogenic. But just because something is new to me doesn’t mean that any photos I took of it are automatically good. It’s still important to apply the basic building blocks of good photography: light, composition and an interesting subject.

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Lightroom 4 Unmasked: An ebook by Piet Van Den Eynde

Lightroom 4 Unmasked ebook by Piet van den Eynde

Those of you familiar with Craft & Vision will know Piet Van den Eynde – he’s already written two ebooks about Lightroom. What you may not know is that he’s also written a print book about Lightroom 4 in Dutch called Lightroom 4 Ontmaskerd. And now it’s coming to Craft & Vision, in English, as the first in what may turn out to be a series of Big Books.

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Slow: The Magic of Long Exposure Photography

Slow: The Magic of Long Exposure Photography ebook cover

In essence, photography is simple. Any photo is built on four settings: focal length, aperture, shutter speed and ISO. These four factors, as well as the lighting and composition, determine the ‘look’ of the photo.

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An Interview with Photographer & Author Sean McCormack

Portrait by Sean McCormack

Sean McCormack is a professional photographer based in Galway, Ireland. He shoots a range of subjects including landscapes, commercial and editorial fashion, headshots and bands. He’s also the author of Essential Development, the latest Craft & Vision ebook.

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Comparing DPP with Lightroom 4

Comparing DPP with Lightroom 4

One of the questions that Digital Photo Professional (DPP) users may have is what are the benefits of moving to a more advanced Raw processor like Adobe Lightroom 4?

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Essential Development: New Craft & Vision ebook by Sean McCormack

Essential Development ebook cover by Sean McCormack

I’ve been using Lightroom for over two years now and I love it. It’s the best software for processing Raw files that I’ve used. However, there are certain processes that I still find easier to carry out in Photoshop. But that’s about to change.

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Great Light, Easy Light: An eBook by Kevin Clark

Great Light Easy Light photography ebook by Kevin Clark cover

I like taking photos outside in natural light. While I greatly admire the skills of photographers that use portable flash, I tend to stay away from it when I can. I prefer the look of natural light – flash looks a little too clean and artificial.

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