HDR: High Dynamic Range Photography (A Light Academy Mini Companion Guide Book 1)

August 16, 2019 - Comment

Take control of your photography! Fed up with inconsistent pictures from your camera? Disappointed with your photos? Getting lost in encyclopedic photography books full of technical jargon? You may want to excel more in your photography or just impress your friends and family with your photos. Light Academy Photo Companion Guides help you to become

Take control of your photography!

Fed up with inconsistent pictures from your camera?

Disappointed with your photos?

Getting lost in encyclopedic photography books full of technical jargon?

You may want to excel more in your photography or just impress your friends and family with your photos.

Light Academy Photo Companion Guides help you to become a better photographer, simply.

I began training in 2013, since then students have commented that many books confuse them. Technical information becomes overwhelming and halts the learning process.

The Light Academy Photo Companion Guides are short, helpful and easy to follow. Some also contain a field guide at the back. Keep them with you, on your tablet or phone, or by your workstation.

I have kept them at around 30 pages to keep the learning process manageable. Choose the areas of photography you want to expand your skill on. Buy what you need at prices that will not break the bank.

About the Author – Tony Bramley FRPS

Tony Bramley has been a professional photographer for over twenty years. His own photography passion started back in the 1980s as an amateur at his local camera club. He has shot from 35mm, medium format to DSLR and has been using mirrorless since 2013. Professionally, he has shot portraiture, weddings, commercial and PR photography.

His personal photography revolves around abstract, street, social documentary, landscape and architecture subjects.

In December 2015, he received the prestigious title of Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society. In 2016 The Bill Wisden MBE HonFRPS Fellowship of the Year Award followed.

Now semi-retired, he concentrates on training photographer groups and on a one-to-one basis. His company, The Light Academy organises workshops in East Anglia and the London area.

He is still active in club photography as well as travelling for talks and judging.

Sign up for training workshops at www.lightacademy.co.uk

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lightacademyphotographytraining

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