How to Stop Taking Average Pictures
If you are frustrated with your vacation pictures… if your friends don’t like how they look in your photos… if you think that you can’t take better pictures because you need a better camera and you can’t afford one right now… this is just for you.
You can now benefit from what I learned about digital photography in more than a decade.
You may not realize it, but there is a cost when you snap boring, average pictures…
If You Ignore Your Boring Pictures Problem, It Just Gets More Frustrating
What most people do when they are disappointed with their pictures is take more and more pictures… spend a ton of money on new cameras and new lenses… buy new post-processing software… and the list goes on and on. But for most people, none of that works.
Most people don’t know how to properly use the camera settings
They don’t understand the basic rules of photography and they don’t know when to break them
They don’t pay attention to the composition
They only shoot when the conditions are perfect
And what happens if you do nothing and if you just keep snapping average shots? Nothing. And you’ve wasted your money on that great camera and those expensive lenses just to take the same boring, uninteresting pictures that nobody can look at without yawning.
How I Discovered the Secrets of Taking Great Pictures
I’ve got an answer that works. Here’s the story:
I love photography. For over a decade I have been reading photography books and magazines, watching tutorials, and taking photography classes. I practiced and practiced everything I learned and I made so many mistakes. Yes, I took a lot of bad and boring pictures, but I learned a lot from them.
Then I had an idea: “What if I can share what I learned with other photography lovers?”
“What if I combine my favorite photography tips and ideas into an easy-to-read book?”
“What if the readers were able to apply them right away using the cameras they already have and improve their photography in only a few weeks?”
And that’s exactly how my new book “Picture (Im)perfect Photography” was born.
It Helped These Photographers, and It Will Help You
“Useful techniques. One of the better photography books. While it does briefly cover the basics of digital photography, the focus is on usable tips to make better, more visually pleasing, photographs. I like it!” – Daryl S.
“Great tips and examples. Wonderful photographs. Fun and easy to read. A helpful photography mini course.” – Mav T.
“This book is very helpful and the pictures are so beautiful. I highly recommend it.” – Book Reader
“Almost every tip and guide is provided along with a picture description showing how to use that particular effect practically. I am really going to practice the steps mentioned here. I recommend this for all the others as well.” – Mia J.
Finally, It’s Your Turn
When you buy “Picture (Im)perfect Photography”, you will learn how to start taking stunning photographs immediately…
Learn what rules of photography to break and when to break them
Understand when to use the different modes on your camera’s dial
Get some ideas of pictures that will stand out
I spent a lot of money learning photography, but you don’t have to. I simplified and combined my favorite learnings into this book… and it’s yours for less than the price of one dinner.
It’s Decision Time
Now you have a choice to make: Do what you’ve been doing (or worse, do nothing at all). You know where that will lead. Boring pictures. Frustrating experiences. Is that really your goal?
Photography should be fun.
Take a new action, and get a new result.
Finally, get that photography book that will enable you to take your photography to the next level in just a few short weeks. Take breathtaking pictures anywhere and anytime because this book teaches you how to see photo opportunities everywhere you go.