FREE eBook by Yoda of Photography

Craft and VisionIf you’ve been around you know that I am a big fan of photographer David duChemin. He is the best selling author of Within the Frame, and several other books.

He is giving away a FREE eBook here. There is no email signup or any opt-in either. The book is titled Craft & Vision and has absolutely amazing information on photography.

Here’s what the content looks like…

Craft ad Vision Contents

Yoda of Photography – David and 8 other photography Jedis have provided 67 pages of rich content absolutely FREE. Same team who has created amazingly high quality and content rich $5 eBooks on huge number of photography topics. Using off-camera flash, beyond the rule of thirds, how to be more creative, how to sell stock photos, and many many other topics and quality content from Jedis of photography…  for $5.

Got carried away… Back to the FREE ebook… Even if you only shoot food photography, there are tips on how to make images more dynamic, advice on composition and much more…

Each of the chapter is organized around a strong idea. For instance the first chapter explains how to make your images dynamic and explains 4 amazing yet simple ways to do that.

In Understand the Stages, Alexandre Buisse explains six stages of photography journey and how our thoughts and expectations change at each stage.

This is an amazing book and it’s FREE. Go to Craft & Vision website to get the FREE book.

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  • mmscrazy

    I did not find the free book (FREE eBook by Yoda of Photography)on the website as directed. Does anyone know where it is? I look at the post and main they are from a long time ago. So the book might have been taken down 🙁