Wednesday, 29 December 2010

Photographing Children - The Gadget Scientist

You may remember a few weeks ago I showed you how to use Rosco Litepads to light a studio PTC (Piece to Camera). Paul and I have now finished the video and it's ready to view.

The Gadget Scientist is a 216 page pocket or camera bag size book aimed at helping you make better photographs. It doesn't talk about camera brands but does give you an insight into what all those little symbols, knobs and dials do.

Photographing Children is a short video tip on how to get the best shots of your kids. It is the first in a series of guest blogs by Mark Burton aimed at people new to photography or digital cameras.

Mark is a London based photographer specialising in photographing weddings - you can see his impressive portfolio at http://www.tavistockphoto.co.uk

Do tell your friends about this video and more important send them to Amazon to buy the book - a bargain at £9.10 (today's price).


Or view using Vimeo, the choice is yours!

Wishing you all a successful and healthy 2011.

Ian

1 comment:

  1. That's some useful tips for taking pictures of children. I hope the book is of the same quality as the video.

    I'm thinking about maybe adding these tips to an article in my blog:
    http://www.photographytipsforbeginners.com/photography-tips-7-tips-to-make-your-photos-stand-out/

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