• Photography Guide for Advance

  • How to Became a Professional Photographer and Take Stunning Photo
  • By: Teo Finney
  • Narrated by: KC Wayman
  • Length: 3 hrs and 8 mins
  • 3.4 out of 5 stars (30 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Find out how to make photos that don't suck with the help of this easy-to-understand photography guide.

Take your photography to a whole new level. Photography Guide for Advance skills is an easy-to-listen audiobook packed with tips from some of the world's best photographers. Now, you can apply their secrets for capturing amazing photos. The valuable photography tips are made available from thousands of hours of interviews with photography masters.

Marc Silber has interviewed some of the world's best photographers and learned their secrets for stunning composition. Now, he passes their wisdom along to you in an easy-to-understand book.

Forget about enrolling for a photography course for now. Save your money. This audiobook is what you need to bring your A game in digital photography even if you’ve never been to a photography class. All you need is curiosity, passion for photography (which I assume you have since you have an expensive digital camera), and willingness to take action and experiment as you put what you learn here into action!

In this audiobook, you will:

  • Learn how to capture stunning images
  • Find how to photograph in many lighting conditions
  • Discover simple tools to make your images come to life
  • Learn composition with emotional impact and become an inspired photographer
  • Find tips on mastering your camera like a pro and demystifying camera settings
  • Learn the secrets to processing your images to professional standards
  • Benefit from numerous step-by-step examples
  • And much more! 

Unfortunately, too many photographers get to a certain level and find it hard to advance beyond that. We're bombarded with so many videos, books, and people telling you what to do it can be overwhelming.

This audiobook is not only easy to follow but also convenient to take with you wherever you go. All his tips are based on decades of photography and the deep wisdom of the fantastic photographers he's interviewed. It covers the entire photographic process from a technical standpoint, not only detailing the "how" but also explaining the "why" that is so often missing from photography texts.

From the workings of cameras, lenses, digital imaging sensors, and software to new hot topics such as HDR imaging, digital asset management, and even running your own photography business, this book has everything a serious photographer could need to extend their art and take stunning photos.

Break out, get inspired, and advance to whole new photography levels.

©2019 Teo Finney (P)2020 Teo Finney

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nothing new basic knowledge for photography

not at all as advanced photography topic here. whatever a YouTube video can offer may be here. skip this and save that credit

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Slow pace, and just kind of strange

It was somewhat hard to tell if my negative view of the book is more the narration or the actual material. It just seemed very clunky, and kind of like English is not the first language of the author. The pace was quite slow, and it just seemed painstaking to get their points across.

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Very difficult to follow

Struggling to follow this. Sounds like it very literally translated from another language to English. Awkward. Very stilted. I wish I could get my Audible credit back on this one. There may be some good info here but you'll have to concentrate hard to get it.

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Don't waste your credit or your money.

This is a terrible book. It is almost like it was translated from another language into English. The author uses unconventional terminology for modern DSLR photography. The explanation of processes is convoluted and unclear. Rather than just using standard modern terminology for the descriptions and explanations the author found the most uncommon terms to use. The book is also very outdated noting the Nikon D3X as Nikon's flagship camera. This was nothing more than a wasted credit.

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Hard to follow

I’m sure the material is worth reading BUT listening to this narrator is challenging. The sentences just aren’t fluid, and often hard to follow.

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Pretty basic information. wish I hadn't bought it

it's very simple with very little true advanced photography skills. I would expect this from a basic photography course. disappointing for sure!

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This is horrible

It is terribly written , the computerized voice that is used miss pronounces words. But it made worse by the fact that many of the sentences are basically word salad. This book is waste of time you will learn nothing.

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Poorly translated book

Obviously a translated book. It’s like they dropped the text into google translate, then had someone read exactly as it was translated. Aperture is called “gap”. Instead of a subject being in focus, it’s “in plain” and rather than backgrounds being soft, they are “fluffy”. Some sentences are just nonsense. If it’s not a translated book, then that makes it even worse.

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Scam - do not buy

Audible should police so books like this are not sold. Mostly readings probably from some encyclopedia about the history of photography. Nothing useful to help you with better photos, just bad translation of how basic things work. The five star reviews are obviously paid reviewers. Several of them are the same talking about how daughter loves to use the book. Take a look at the title the word ‘Advance’- should be ‘advancement’. That is first clue to what is going on here.

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Skip this

This book frequently uses non-standard terminology. This isn’t my first photography book or resource but I find it using phrases and terms I have not heard elsewhere. If you learned and remember everything from this book then you would find yourself later on having to relearn standard terminology.

The chapter where it’s switched from talking about cameras to camcorders is where I gave up. They were still talking about cameras but using the wrong word.

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  • chris lythall
  • 02-27-21

Do not waste your time. Unimaginably boring and un

Rubbish boring terrible waste of money waste of time doesn't engage disappointed not going to help the "photographer" one little bit. Avoid!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-23-20

Nothing advance.

The contents are talking about basic photography for someone who has not used a camera before. Total misleading title. Narration is good though.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 06-09-21

I cannot deal with the broken syntax

This book seams to have been translated by google translate in 2010 with no editorial work at all. I have given up on finishing it. i cannot comment on the value of the information given within.

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  • bill kinton
  • 01-20-20

Great information!

Great information! Very useful when considering what different options are available online to peruse passive income. If you are looking for ideas to launch a business and some of the factors you'll need to consider, it's worth to listen. Defiantly recommend to anyone looking to make more money while holding down the day job.

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  • Kris
  • 01-16-20

0ne of the best audiobook

An excellent and practical photography audi book designed to help you take the pictures you like and want to make most. How to look and compose, understand your camera so it becomes second nature and doesn't get in the way. Fine exercises or practice drills also designed to making taking pictures natural and improve skills.