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Art, Architecture & Photography

  • 25 Examples: The Making and Stories Behind the Photographs

    25 Examples: The Making and Stories Behind the Photographs

    Learn the techniques and thought process behind the making of 25 very interesting photographs of nature, landscape and wildlife.

    Reading through a section of an Ansel Adams’ book gave me the idea to do this eBook on the making of a selection of images and the stories and thoughts behind them. It is always intriguing to hear or read what the thought process was of a particular image you like. Thus, here is my take on a group of photos I think other photographers can use to learn a new technique, camera settings or mind-set for creating great images. With the digital age now upon us, it is very easy to review the information to see exactly what the settings were when an image was taken. Numerous publications, both print and online, include this helpful data to show how a photo was made. What can be difficult is passing on the inner feelings and emotions present in the photographer’s mind or the meaning behind the image. Quite often, the inspiration is being at the right place at the right time and having everything come together to accentuate the beauty of the moment being played out in front of our eyes. There is little to waxing poetic behind the philosophy of a photograph. Basically, it’s “I liked what I saw and did the best I could to get a nice shot.” Every picture does have a story behind it, though, and that story together with the technical considerations to get what was desired can possibly lead to others being able to move forward with their own photographic endeavors. I myself learn more when I see an example of how to do something. As photographers, we are visual in nature and when putting the seeing alongside the how, why, and what circumstance can lead to an aha moment where you can then say “I get it. I want to go and try that for myself.”
  • Photographing the Aurora Borealis

    Photographing the Aurora Borealis

    Learn about the history or the northern lights and how to photograph them.

    In this 140-page labor of love I share many of my favorite photographs of the magic that IS the northern lights. Learn everything you need to know about photographing this phenomenon and some very special techniques. Sections include Understanding the Aurora, Getting You and Your Camera Gear Ready, Shooting the Aurora, and Image Processing. Highlights include: • History of the Aurora • What is the Aurora Borealis? • Colors of the Aurora • Shapes of the Aurora • What Lens Should I Use • What's my Best ISO • The Moon and the Aurora • Walking Through the Workflow • Creating a Time Lapse • Star Trails and the Aurora • Aurora and the Milky Way
  • Wedding Photographer: A 45-Year Career

    Wedding Photographer: A 45-Year Career


    Memoir of one pro wedding photographer's 45-year career. A rollicking romp down memory lane, written as a humorous fun read for non-photographers to enjoy.
  • Tony Northrup's DSLR Book:

    Tony Northrup’s DSLR Book:

    How to Create Stunning Digital Photography

    Amazon's #1 rated and best-selling digital photography book, and the first ever Gold Honoree of the Benjamin Franklin Digital Award, gives you five innovations no other book offers the following -